The Home Depot will offer major deals on appliances and tools for Black Friday - here's what you need to know in advance

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Appliances, furniture, and home improvement items don't usually come cheap, but this Black Friday, you can save on all these home essentials at The Home Depot.

Thanks to its great Black Friday deals, The Home Depot is one major retailer you should keep an eye on. Here's everything you need to know about the holiday shopping season at The Home Depot.
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Is The Home Depot open on Thanksgiving?

We're not sure yet whether The Home Depot will be open on Thanksgiving. In the past, stores have not opened on Thanksgiving.

When does The Home Depot's Black Friday sale start?

Check back to learn when The Home Depot's Black Friday 2019 sale begins. Last year, stores opened their doors at 6 a.m. on Black Friday, while online sales began at 6 a.m. on Thanksgiving.

The Home Depot Black Friday 2019 deal predictions

The Home Depot is known for its Appliance Special Buys, which usually includes washing machines and dryers, refrigerators, and cooking ranges. These discounted products come from top brands like GE, Samsung, Whirlpool, and Maytag. Last year, The Home Depot featured a deal of 40% off for its Appliance Special Buys.
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If you're interested in upgrading any of these appliances in your home anytime soon, you should wait until Black Friday. Other than large appliances, products like furniture pieces, power tools, and hardware are smart deals to shop at The Home Depot.

The Home Depot return policies

In case your Black Friday purchase doesn't turn out as expected, you can return it to The Home Depot for free. You can bring it back to the store or you can schedule a UPS pickup from your home.

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