Milwaukee Lawn Care Buy More Save More Promo | Deal Alert:
In the past few years, Milwaukee lawn care company has been offering their customers various deals. One of these offers was a $50 rebate if they used their product instead of one from another local lawn care company.
These deals were offered at different locations throughout the city. Some of them had long lines and others didn’t have any line at all!
The other offer was a $100 rebate if they purchased their product at the same location where they received the discount. For example, if someone bought their product at a store with a coupon, then went to another store with no coupons available and got the same lawn care service for half price, that would count towards both deals.
So what did some of those people do?
They paid full price for lawn care services and never used either offer!
Now, it appears that the company may be trying to get back at people who didn’t use the rebate or coupon. According to reports, they are now offering $200 off your first order if you buy through them.
That’s right; you can save up to $200 just by using their website!
What does this mean?
It means if you used the original offer or the new one, you could save up to $400 if you continue to use this service for the rest of the year! That is a lot of money to save off a yearly service. Of course, if your lawn care needs change, then you may not need as many services.
If you want to find out more about what they are doing, then take a look at their website.
One thing is sure, you can either save $400 or a lot of money on lawn care this year. The choice is up to you!
Milwaukee 2825-20st vs 2825-21st:
Which is better?
Which one do you prefer? The 20V or the 21V? We all have our opinions on the matter, so take a look at the features of both tools and see which one sounds more appealing to you.
The 20V is more compact and easier to carry around the job site. Since it is the smaller model, it has a smaller battery that only lasts for about 15 minutes.
Of course, this can be extended with extra batteries that can be purchased separately. It also has less power than the 21V. On the plus side, you won’t have to worry about getting fatigued as quickly since it is lighter than its big brother.
The 21V has a longer run time and more power. The only drawback is its size and weight, which are considerable.
The tool itself is about a pound heavier than the 20V. The battery is also bigger and will take awhile to recharge. Of course, you can just buy another battery and always have a fully charged one ready to go.
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