|How Does One Pose With A Fridge?|
Please read this entire article before completing the purchase of your next appliance. All of the tips are listed in steps and it is important to review the entire article to make sure you're receiving the maximum discount. You work hard for your money, you should keep some!
Figure out the style of fridge you'd like first. Double door, bottom freezer, no ice maker, etc. This is important because there are certain brands dedicated to particular stores, such as Hisense only sold at Lowe's.
After determining the type of style you like, get your dimensions. Usually, this limits where your final product is going to be found, like solely at Home Depot. This can be a very frustrating process, but there's some savings that can be made in the process.
First, check the website for digital coupons. It might sound obvious, but can be overlooked while dealing with brick and mortar stores.
Second, also check the manufacturer's website for a coupon or rebate program. Depending on your current chapter in life, buying appliances in bulk can apply towards rebates.
Third, before purchasing your refrigerator, look ahead in the calendar to see if there are any important sales coming up. There might be an opportunity to save even more just by waiting a week or two, such as labor day sales.
Fourth, some stores such as Lowe's and Home Depot offer military discounts. Usually these can add up to 10% off. They can't always be combined with a coupon, but it's worth doing some math if you qualify!
Fifth, bare with me. Once you've looked at all of the options above, finally log in to Raise.com. This is the BEST site I've found for buying and selling used gift cards. I've personally seen and used gift cards that have been up to 2.0% off at the more common big box stores. Load up on these and make sure to check the fine print that you're not buying more than their max savings. Some will say, max $20 savings. ALSO, Lowe's will only allow up to 5 giftcards to be used at a time. Don't buy too many cards.
Last, once all of this is reviewed, use your credit card with the maximum amount of cash back savings allowed. Since you're already making a large purchase, might as well get at least 1% cash back.
An important note! Make sure to leave a small amount left at the end of your purchase when buying the leftover on your credit card. Most people do not know credit cards have warranties available through purchases, should something happen to your new house decor.