December 2, 2009

Craftsman's 25 Days of Holiday Deals


Craftsman just started up an interesting promotion that will last from now until Christmas. Each day, they'll be offering a different item at a drastically reduced price (up to 70%). There's no telling what the next day's deal is going to be, but Craftsman sent out the head's up on a few enticing ones:

  • December 2: GearWrench Reversible Wrench Set, inch or metric (44003/4) for $39.99 (regular price $79.99), ideal for getting into confined work areas, 100 limited quantity each sku
  • December 6: Craftsman 192 pc. Mechanics Tool Set (33192) for $129.99 (regular price $199.99), a perfect gift for anyone looking to build their hand tool collection, 150 limited quantity
  • December 12: Racor Pro Ceiling Mount Bike Rack (59535) for $7.99 (regular $29.99), a terrific way to store bikes in unused space, while supplies last
  • December 17: Craftsman ½ in. Impact Wrench for $19.99 (regular $39.99), a must have for any DIY auto enthusiast to remove nuts and bolts with ease, 100 limited quantity
  • December 18: GM Performance Parts 2 Ton Hydraulic Trolley Jack (50113) for $19.99 (regular $29.99), a portable automotive lifting device manufactured to strict industry specifications, 200 limited quantity
  • December 21: Craftsman Cordless Rechargeable LED Work Light (73904) for $16.99 (regular $33.99), for lighting a dim workspace, while supplies last

We've got our eye on the LED and the bike rack. As you can see quantities are pretty limited, so it's best to investigate this earlier in the day as opposed to later. You West coast people are screwed. No deals for you.

Craftsman has set up a micro-site just for this promotion, where you can go and and see what the day's deal is. Check it out, it sort of feels like you're playing Monopoly at McDonald's.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at December 2, 2009 5:45 AM
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