TRUE VALUE Super Deals Black Friday 2016 Ad and Flyer attract shoppers


True Value is one among the first few retailers after Ace Hardware to release promos of Black Friday for 2016. The home and garden store this year is giving early access to Black Friday ads for both in-store and online right from 16th to 29th November. True Value is a member-owned company, so each store is free to set their working hours, so if you are shopping in-store make sure to check the local store timings.

Apart from Home and Garden things, True Value has also listed few exceptions such as Milwaukee 12V cordless screwdriver combo kit is available to shop for $79.97, while other stores are offering the same deal at $100. Another dirt-cheap deal is on Purina Tidy Cats Cat Litter 20-lb. Bags, which you can purchase 3 for $9 and one of those bags is just $14. Another deal worth catching is on 21-In. Snow Thrower offered at $299.99 that comes along with an instant rebate in form of $50 True Value Gift Card.

One of the notable deal on Pet Supplies is on Orthopedic Dog Bed comes in 27 x 36 x 3-In available to shop at $19.99 which is a saving of 40% off. This offer can truly make your dog comfortable during winter season. A free Nuggets Dog Treat is free with this bed. Further, Purina Dog Chow 42-lb. Adult Dog Food Bag is a hot-deal for $19.99, also if your dog loves to play with toys, buy Lamb Chop 10-in. Dog Toy at $3.99 (was $7.99)

True Value is offering some amazing deals on tool kits including Dremel Variable Speed Rotary 24-pc Tool Kit at $49.99 (was $69.99) and 25% off on DeWalt 108-pc. Mechanics Tool Set makes it to $69.99. You can set a character theme for Christmas decorations with Grapevine 48-in Snowman at $29.99, Airblown 42-in Bob Minion Christmas Decoration for $19.99 and Star Wars 28-in Lawn Decorations (Assorted Characters) for just $39.99.  

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