Just go into the store and tell them you want to sign up. They'll get your name and address and send you monthly flyers. 10% off for a few days a month and some specials for club members only....no charge or hassles.
Hey Randy, you need to get the Craftsman card . You also
need to show it every time you make a purchase. A lot of times they have it in effect but don't advertise so it doesn't cost you anything to show it. It works only in the tool dept. and if it is Craftsman weekend it will get you 10% off of the sale price. It is plastic and looks like a credit card.
I decided years ago I was only going to have two types of days...
Very Good Days :) :) :) or just Plain Good Days :) :). I just refuse to have bad ones!!!
>Hi Steve - I'm curious what specifically you like better
>about the Craftsman than the Ridgid?
One thing that I especially like about the Craftsman Prof is the fully enclosed base. My grey Ridgid is wide open and that makes for one big "mell of a hess" of chips and such after running boards. Even with suction applied during cutting, I still have big piles of shavings under the cutter head that have to be blown out.