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If you love gardening, flowers or just working outside, Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to get started. Not just because the weather is (hopefully) starting to stay warm, but also because there are a ton of sales on everything you’ll need to spruce up your outdoor space.
Lowe’s Memorial Day sale is both in-store and online now through May 29. Plus, on May 25 and 26, there will also be two-day deals in stores only.
Take a look at just some of the deals included in Lowe’s Memorial Day sale:
Ultra-Kill 17-Ounce Wasp & Hornet Killer
Nothing ruins a barbeque or fun in the pool like wasps and hornets flying around. This Ultra-Kill wasp and hornet killer will help you have more fun outside, and it’s on sale for just 50 cents in stores May 25 and 26. (Or you could just go all in on a bug zapper.)
Save $15, $30 Or $45 On Select Paints
Need to do some work inside your home? You will also find a great deal on paint during the sale. You can get $15, $30 or $45 back in the form of a Lowe’s gift card on select paint cans and pails. The amount you’ll get back depends on the size, but here’s one example: A pail of 128-ounce Valspar 2000 Interior Flat Paint and Primer will end up being just $4.98 after a $15 mail-in or online rebate.
Masterbuilt 800-Watt Digital Electric Smoker
You’ll save $80 on this Masterbuilt 800-watt digital electric smoker, which is now $149. The smoker has room for up to six chickens, two turkeys, four racks of ribs or four pork butts. It is available in-store only.
Select 1.5-Gallon Hanging Baskets
You’ll find select 1.5 gallon hanging baskets on sale at two for $9, or $4.50 each now through May 29. Selection varies by stores, but you’ll definitely be able to find an array of colorful flowers.
To see all of Lowe’s Memorial Day deals, just check out their ad.
Will you be getting started on your garden this Memorial Day weekend?