Morning Deals

  • Home Depot: Buy One Get One Shrub reusable coupon
  • White Castle: 27 cent sliders today only from 2-3:27 pm
  • Kohl’s: Dockers® True Chino Pants for $13.99

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Amazon: Save up to 50% off Two Hundred DVD Titles
  • Geeks: Altec Lansing Surround Sound Speaker System $40
  • Apple Store: Save $200 off Refurb 1.6GHz Apple MacBook Air


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  1. forgottenpassword says:


    Bastards closed all their restaurants in KC over 10 years ago (something about having trouble finding local suppliers). Dammit I miss em! (the frozen ones at the supermarket are NOT as good)

  2. Greeper says:

    I cant wait to see what constitutes a “Class 8” shrub at home depot.

  3. geeky_reader says:


    According to someone from slickdeals:

    “I just bought some hydrangeas and azaleas with the coupon. If you look at the price tag on the shelf, you will see something like C8 S8, which signifies class 8 subclass 8. I noticed peonies and even clematis are in those class/subclass, so I’m almost for sure they apply even though I don’t think they’re shrubs.”

  4. geeky_reader says:

    no wait that was from fatwallet. []

  5. LuciaScipio says:

    The class and subclass numbers simply refer to the type of plant.
    It’s not a grade evaluation. All merchandise at HD is categorized by
    department, then class, then subclass i.e. electrical/lighting –
    ceiling fans – accessories. Each with an assigned number. So there
    you go…

  6. @forgottenpassword: How hard is it to find rats locally?

  7. MeOhMy says:

    @Git Em SteveDave: That’s the easy part. Having the expertise to form them into little squares with 5 holes and steam them to perfection is the challenge.

  8. WakefulD says:

    I will only buy shubberies from Roger the Shrubber.

  9. milw123 says:

    Woo hoo! I had already planned on buying 15 arbor vitae this week for my backyard. Time to hit “print” 8 times!

  10. Bryan Price says:

    Makes me wish we had White Castles here in Florida. Krystals are just not the same.