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Menards Insteon Sale Through 2/22/15


IndyMike

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Menards is advertising 15% off on the following modules through 2/22/15:

 

  • 2 wire dimmer (2353-292):                                          $42.49
  • Micro On/Off Module (2443-292):                               $42.49
  • Garage Door Control Kit (74551):                               $67:99
  • LED Bulb (2672-292):                                                 $25.49
  • Leak Sensor (2852-222):                                            $29.74
  • Micro Open/Close Motor Control Module (2444-292): $42.49

 

The are also offering rebates on the following starter kits:

 

  • Insteon Starter Kit (2244-234):                                     $79.97 (after $40 rebate)
  • Comfort Home Automation Kit (2582-252)                    $149.99 (after $50 rebate)
  • Assurance Home Automation Kit (2522-242)                $149.99 (after $50 rebate)
  • Connected Home Automation Kit (2582-242)                $289.99 (after $90 rebate)
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Rebates are for in store credit only so its not like you actually save any real money on those kits.

 

I happen to have a Menards ~ 3 mi away.  I really try not to go there more than once a week. 

 

I can assure you that the "rebate" money is "real money" as you referred to it.  When I use a Menards rebate check, I most assuredly use less "real money" from my wallet.

 

If you don’t have a Menards within easy driving range, I can understand where a In Store Credit might not be too appealing.  Perhaps that’s what you intended by your statement?

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I happen to have a Menards ~ 3 mi away.  I really try not to go there more than once a week. 

 

I can assure you that the "rebate" money is "real money" as you referred to it.  When I use a Menards rebate check, I most assuredly use less "real money" from my wallet.

 

If you don’t have a Menards within easy driving range, I can understand where a In Store Credit might not be too appealing.  Perhaps that’s what you intended by your statement?

 

Yes, and no . . .

 

A standard rebate typically infers to receiving cash back that can be used on anything. The most persistent trend these days is to lock in the rebate to the store / vendor. If you don't frequent or use said vendor for anything than its a loss over all.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I have one of the two story Menards right down the road from me as well, and it has a large Insteon section in it. I am also not a fan of the in-store rebate program, although for me it is fine since i do the majority of my building materials shopping there as well. They do put them on regular sale as well, you just have to keep your eyes on the ads. I buy from them just so i can easily replace the single 2-wire dimmer i have that will inevitably die on me...I've went thru five of them so far and Menards has exchanged every one of them with no questions asked!

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  • 2 weeks later...

Got to Menard's today. The insteon items were all out in one 6' display in an isle. No one available to talk, but the store is organized and laid out well. It was easy to find it and another item I needed.

 

I like picking insteon items up like other hw items. I'll be back.

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