All rebates mentioned below are the in the form of a merchandise credit check. The rebate receipts will print at the bottom of your checkout receipt. Then go to the service counter to collect the rebate form number that corresponds to the number on your rebate receipt(s). Complete lists of currently running rebates and their printable forms can also be found here (click on ‘browse all rebates’).
I would suggest saving your rebates for a few weeks at a time, paying attention to the post mark date on the rebate forms. This way you can save on postage by sending a few weeks worth of rebates in at a time, rather than sending them in each week. As long as the rebates are going to the same PO Box (usually 155), they can be sent in the same envelope. You can track rebates you have sent in here. You can view your local Menard’s ads (usually there a couple effective at one time) by visiting their website here. Please note their ads are not posted on their website earlier; rather they are first posted the start date of the ad.
***Once again this week, Menards is having their 11% off everything (excludes gift cards) via mail-in rebate. The 11% rebate, like all of their other rebates, will print off at the bottom of your cash register receipt. Then go over to the service counter and collect the rebate number that corresponds to the number on your receipt.
Be sure to also go here to look for and print any coupons you may need to use for items not on sale so you don’t pay full price for anything you don’t have to! You can print the same coupon twice per computer. So make sure to hit your browser’s back button to print a second one. Coupons typically refresh and/or change at the beginning of the month. However, some new ones can pop-up at any time so be sure to check back often.