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More importantly does anyone have any clarification on the fine print?
What is a "power tool" in context of this sale?
What are "other offers"? If I use a Lowes 10% off coupon in store, will they refuse the rebate on top of that?
Just a WAG but in this case it would seem logical, to me anyways, that any tool that carries the RIDGID name on it, has a cord or a battery and, most importantly, is sold at Home Depot would be considered a power tool for this promotion.
The "other offers" most likely refers to any other current promotion offered by TTI/OWT or RIDGID. If Home Depot will give you a discount, for whatever reason, on your purchase I don't think that should affect the rebate. Of course, the rebate will be based on your final purchase price after any discount is applied.
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