How to Save With Home Depot's 2024 4th of July Sale

The sale is underway now, boasting savings up to 60% off select categories.
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Home Depot storefront with American flag

When it comes to Independence Day sales, plenty of retailers offer up noteworthy savings, including discounts on clothing, major appliances, electronics, and other products. In fact, most stores in the U.S. tend to offer up some kind of sale for the 4th of July, so it's worth checking out all your favorites in 2024!

If you're even remotely interested in DIY projects, keep Home Depot and its 4th of July sale on your radar. Whether you want to build something from scratch, need new landscaping, or just want to upgrade your patio, there's a good chance the store will have deals that match your budget for the holiday.

Check out our breakdown of the Home Depot 4th of July sale below, and add your must-haves to your cart now before they sell out!

Top Home Depot 4th of July Savings to Shop


Home Depot logo4th of July Sale
Discount: Up to 60% off
Shipping: Free shipping on $45

Home Depot's 4th of July sale is in full swing already, and offers savings across a variety of categories. Shoppers can save up to 45% on select patio furniture and grills; up to $185 on select hand and power tools; up to 35% on select furniture, decor, and mattresses; and more.



Knock Out rose plant4th of July Plant Sale
Discount: Up to 35% off
Shipping: Free shipping on $35

If you're more interested in overhauling the look of your landscape, look no further than Home Depot's 4th of July sale on outdoor plants. The store makes it easy to shop for the plants you want, with categories such as Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance, and Flowering, plus filters for different hardiness zones. These ensure you can pick the plants you need for your ideal backyard escape, but also that the plants will be able to cope with your zone and the weather, increasing your odds of gardening success.



Ryobi electric pressure washer4th of July Outdoor Equipment Sale
Discount: Up to 40% off
Shipping: Free shipping on $35

The heat of summer may not seem like the best time to pick up outdoor power equipment, but Home Depot has you covered with discounts on a variety of items. Check out the 4th of July savings, which include up to $250 off select generators, up to $150 off outdoor tool kits, and up to $2,000 off select riding mowers.



Traeger Pro pellet grill4th of July Grill Sale
Price: From $99
Shipping: Free shipping on $35

Summer means backyard barbecues for many people, so if you need a new grill, Home Depot could have you covered with their savings on grills for the 4th of July holiday. Shop brands such as Blackstone, Traeger, and Weber, and filter by features like the number of main burners. At the time of publication, we saw portable grill bundles for as little as $89.98, and standard charcoal grills for just $99.98.

Home Depot 4th of July Sale FAQs

How Long Does the 4th of July Sale Last?

Home Depot's 4th of July sale is already underway for 2024 and is slated to last through July 10. However, there's a chance some items will sell out, and Home Depot offers daily deals, as well, so don't wait too long to shop the sale.

Expect Home Depot's 4th of July sale to feature discounts of up to 60% off through July 10, 2024.

How to Save the Most During Home Depot's 4th of July Sale

Check their return policy. While not a way to explicitly save, the Home Depot return policy is worth reading up on before you start your shopping spree — especially if you're planning to make large purchases. Some items may be final sale, or may have shorter return windows than you expect. So if you're on the fence about anything, it's a good idea to check beforehand to make sure you'll be able to return if needed.

Opt for in-store pickup. While Home Depot's free shipping threshold may be pretty low for some purchases, for others you may really want to avoid a shipping charge. But even if you aren't worried about shipping, picking up in-store can mean having your items sooner, and therefore you can start enjoying your discounted goodies now rather than later.

Skip the credit card upsell. An associate may or may not suggest you sign up for Home Depot's consumer credit card. Even if you're a hardcore Home Depot fan, consider skipping this card. It doesn't offer points or cash back, and while you can get deferred interest on select purchases, it's not a true no-interest setup. In fact, if you don't pay off your balance before the period is up, expect to immediately incur all the interest you would owe from the time of purchase to the current date. And that's even if you have a minimal balance left, which can take a manageable bill and make it much more pricey.

How Does Shopping Compare In-Store vs. Online?

Considering you should be able to snag free shipping on most items over a certain threshold, it may be worth shopping online to save yourself the hassle of visiting your local store. That said, you'll also have to wait to receive your items, so if you want them sooner, head over to a Home Depot location as soon as you can to take advantage of the deals in person.

SEE ALSO: Price Matching at Home Depot: What to Know in 2024

Shopping in person mean being able to inspect items like plants to confirm they're in good shape — and loading them up yourself ensures they make it home in one piece. For other items, it can be worth shopping online and choosing in-store pickup if you want the items sooner, and don't want to wander around the retailer. That way, you can get your items in time for your 4th of July celebrations, but also don't have to check the different sections of the store to find what you're looking for.

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Julie Ramhold
Senior Staff Writer/Consumer Analyst

Julie's work has been featured on CNBC, GoBankingRates, Kiplinger, Marketwatch, Money, The New York Times, Real Simple, US News, WaPo, WSJ, Yahoo!, and more. She's extolled the virtues of DealNews in interviews with Cheddar TV, GMA, various podcasts, and affiliates across the United States, plus one in Canada.

DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).

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