Upgrade Your Backyard With Patio Furniture, Gas Grills and More During Home Depot’s Memorial Day Sale

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With summer almost starting, now is the best time to prep your backyard (or living space) for entertaining family and friends. Starting today, Home Depot’s Feels Like Memorial Day sale is offering dozens of deals to help you improve the inside and outside of your home through May 30. So, […]

With summer almost starting, now is the best time to prep your backyard (or living space) for entertaining family and friends. Starting today, Home Depot’s Feels Like Memorial Day sale is offering dozens of deals to help you improve the inside and outside of your home through May 30.

So, what can you get at this sale? If you need a gas burner, Nexgrill’s 4-Burner gas grill is on sale for $300 (a savings of $50). Gardeners can pick up essentials such as Miracle-Gro fertilizer in a 4-for-$10 deal, while Smart Patch seed fertilizer is $20 off. You can even save $30 on Ryobi’s soil cultivator, which is currently $159.

There are also outdoor furniture sets. Get a $100 discount on this $600 Hampton Bay Riverbrook espresso brown 5-piece steel outdoor patio set and the Hampton Bay Laurel Oaks 7-piece patio dining set for $799. The Riverbrook has four chairs and a circular table, while the Laurel Oaks set includes two motion chairs, four stationary chairs with cushions and a rectangular table. 

As for other items in this sale, you can grab power tools, paint, ceiling fans and more — everything you need to redesign, upgrade and make your space ready for summer. If you want to see the full deal, head over to Home Depot.

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