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Crazy Deal: DeWALT’s Buy One Get Two Deal is a Steal

Who doesn't love free tools? Right.

DeWALT tool sale at Home Depot

If you didn’t pick up any power tools during the holiday shopping weekend, you still have time to save big on DeWALT tools. The Home Depot is running its epic “buy one get two free” deal, and Amazon is also offering steep discounts.

Right now, you can get one of DeWALT’s best combo tool kits for $200 off, and when you buy the combo, Home Depot will throw in two free tools to add to your collection. Seriously, this is a steal of a deal, and once you order the set above, you’ll have your choice of 16 different DeWalt tools as a freebie.

Some free tools include a DeWALT circular saw, a wireless Bluetooth speaker, DeWALT’s angle grinders, an extra battery, or even a leaf blower. This was originally a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal, but Home Depot extended it. That said, we’re not sure how long it’ll last.

DeWALT 20V MAX Cordless Brushless Combo Tool Kit (4-Tool)

Buy DeWALT’s epic 4-tool combo kit from Home Depot and get two free tools as gifts.

Additionally, if you’re not looking to spend $600 on a big combo package at Home Depot, you can save big on several DeWALT tools at Amazon. The online retailer offers everything from drill bits to table saws and impact drills at heavy discounts.

Perhaps the best deal at Amazon is the DeWALT 20V MAX 1/2-inch cordless drill and driver kit. It’s available for 41% off, making it just $99. You’ll get the drill, two battery packs, a charger, and a carry case, all for one low price.

Or, get DeWALT’s drill and impact driver combo for only $139 for a limited time. Again, these deals won’t last long, so don’t delay.

DeWALT Cordless Drill/Driver Set

Save big on a DeWALT cordless drill and driver, and get two spare batteries.

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Cory Gunther has been writing about phones, Android, cars, and technology in general for over a decade. He's a staff writer for Review Geek covering roundups, EVs, and news. He's previously written for GottaBeMobile, SlashGear, AndroidCentral, and InputMag, and he's written over 9,000 articles. Read Full Bio »