Tools purchased at wholesale price means that you pay the per unit rate normally offered to retailers or contractors that buy the tools in bulk. However, you can find deals that allow you to buy tools below wholesale. You can access low pricing on tools both online and offline without the requirement of purchasing a bulk quantity. You can get tools below wholesale for many major brands, including Craftsman, Dewalt and Bosch.
Things You'll Need
- Computer with Internet
Find surplus or closeout deals. When stores have a surplus of a certain type of tool, they will set major markdowns on the item. You can look for these closeout deals at hardware stores.
Get closeout pricing online. You can use a closeout deal finder to access below wholesale pricing on tools. As an example, Surplus Closeout Finder allows you to search through classified ads to locate extremely low pricing on tools. The ads list the wholesale price as well as their lower selling price.
Join a tool discount club. These clubs give members-only discounts and savings on tools. To become a member and access these prices, you often need to pay an annual fee. One example of this type of group is the discount club for Below Wholesale Tools.
Buy directly from contractors. Some contractors may order more tools than they need for a project. Contact local contractors to see if they have any tools they are willing to sell at a low price.
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