Maybe the contractors complained about people buying their own stuff and having their workers do the work after hours?You can now use it online and typically it will also give you the option for free shipping to home - it is just a bit random on if it is fast or not. The bigger issue that I see is that they capped it at $4,000 a year. As in, you can only apply it to $4,000 worth of merchandise per year. If you remodel one room you can hit that number pretty quick. I still appreciate it and don't feel entitled to a discount, but I do wonder why they cap us but don't cap contractor discounts per-annum. If you're spending money in-store you're spending money in-store, why discourage vets from spending more???
Surely that never happens. LOL.Maybe the contractors complained about people buying their own stuff and having their workers do the work after hours?
I was told that you will be able to apply your military discount online, now. Wish they'd done this before I bought the Mr. Cool mini-split system a couple of years ago. Haven't actually registered online yet. Last time I was in, they still let me use the military ID. Been a couple of weeks.And you still cant buy online either I bet
**** Home depot
That is no longer proof to them. You have to have this QR code.We've not had enough purchases at HD to worry about it, but the wife carries a copy of my DD-214 in her purse, and if some business asked if I am a veteran, she shows that and we get the discount. Also, my driver's license is marked to indicate that I am a veteran, so sometimes I just show that to them and get the discount.
I am boycotting Lowes for their teaching CRT. I'm a racist because I'm white. Never set foot in one for almost a year and I'm in the process of remodeling my house.Yeah, was annoying as hell when you wanted somthing but was only sold online. You were pretty much SOL