$20 Off Extra $20 Off $100 Makita Tools @Amazon

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Amazon cuts an extra $20 off select Makita tool orders of $100 or more. (Discount applies at final checkout on eligible items.) Select items are already discounted up to 30% off. Plus, Prime members receive free shipping. Some exclusions apply.


Shop for Drill Drivers, Demolition Drills & Hammers, Saws, Combo kits, Vacuum kits & more at everyday low prices.
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