What You'll Get
The necessary tools can transform an average backyard into an exorbitant Aaron Burr–themed rollycoaster park, putting to shame the neighbor's Alexander Hamilton funhouse. Pick up the hardware needed to defeat any neighborhood rival with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of goods from Euston Hardware. Today's deal is valid at your choice of Euston Hardware locations in Prairie Village or the Waldo neighborhood, or at Pack's Hardware in Smithville.
With everything from electronics and kitchen and bath accessories to lawn and garden supplies, Euston Hardware carries more than 65,000 products in a community-friendly storefront. Browse Euston Hardware's enormous selection of power tools and pick up the 30-piece screwdriver bit set ($19.99) to complement the compact 3.6v screwdriver ($19.49). The white halogen accent light ($10.99) can brighten the altar around your life-size Fabio wax figure, and the powerful 20-inch 3-speed box fan ($19.99) will dramatically blow his hair. A couple of low-back resin chairs ($10.99)—which come in shades of white, desert clay, and sage—can provide lumbar support on standing-room-only patios.
Since 1971, Euston Hardware has aimed to provide customers with an unbeatable selection in a hospitable, old-fashioned hardware store. The handy-minded staff will gladly help you get started on a long-neglected patio project, chat about the newest tools, or show you how to fix the toilet that randomly gurgles Rush songs.
This Groupon is not valid for tax or on sale items.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for sale items or with other offers. Tax not included. Valid in-store only. Returns receive store credit. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Euston Hardware, Pack's Hardware, and Waldo Hardware
Founded by Ken Euston in 1971, Euston Hardware's old-fashioned legacy continues under the helm of Ken's son. Kevin, who has since grown the shops into three locations, keeps the shelves packed with more than 65,000 items for homes, landscaping, and automobiles. Experts chat with customers to help them to tackle projects from changing a car's oil to painting their house solid green so it can be replaced with a CGI castle. Home-improvement tools, which include items for the kitchen and bath, keep domiciles functioning at their best. The friendly staff can also guide green thumbs to lawn and garden supplies or help them select the right locks and outdoor equipment to keep their tools from escaping and impersonating the local robocop.