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Menards 11% Price Adjustment Rebate #8700 – Purchases 11/18/18-12/1/18

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If you are a Menards shopper then you probably have already heard of their 11% off sales. During these sales you will receive a Menards rebate worth 11% of your total purchase. What you might not know is that their is also an 11% Price Adjustment rebate. With this rebate you can get 11% off on purchases you made up to 2 weeks before the 11% sale started. Menards does not put this rebate on their website or make it available with the other rebates in the store. The only way to get this rebate is to ask for it at the customer service desk. Or print our copy below.



Key Points

  • Receipt must be dated 11/18/18 thru 12/1/18.
  • Limited to items purchased at full price. (I send in every receipt I have that meets the time frame, let them decide what was full price and what wasn’t.)
  • Must send in the original receipt. (If you used a credit card you can get an additional receipt printed from the machine near the customer service desk.)
  • Your envelope needs to be postmarked by 12/29/18.
  • The PO Box this rebate goes to is NOT the same as other rebates.

  • Be sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel where I do a weekly video of all the great deals (including FREE stuff) available at Menards!


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    6 thoughts on “Menards 11% Price Adjustment Rebate #8700 – Purchases 11/18/18-12/1/18

    1. gary

      I am trying to ascertain when the Menards Price Adjustment Rebate forms are made available during each month so I will know when to look for them. Thanks for the help!

    2. Blake Hendrickson

      WHY DID YOU CHANGE THE PAGE FORMAT? It was so convenient to be able to fill out the form before printing. New lay out is cluttered and not user friendly. Fix it!!

      1. PJ Post author

        I don’t know why you would risk not getting your money back over like 50 cents worth of postage. But if you want to guinea pig let me know how it turns out.