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Save on Greenworks and Ryobi electric lawn mowers in today’s best Green Deals

The grass is turning greener and that means it’s nearly lawn mowing season. Turn over a new leaf this year and opt for an electric lawn mower. If you’re ready to make the plunge and kiss gas and oil goodbye, there is a notable sale today only over at Woot on Greenworks electric models. Headlining is the 40V 21-inch Elite push model for $299. That’s down from Amazon’s $425+ price tag and the best we can currently find. You can jump up to the self-propelled model for $379 (Reg. $500). Either way, you’re getting one of the most popular electric lawn mowers out there at a steep discount today. Features include a 21-inch steel deck plus mulch, bag and side discharge capabilities. Ships with one battery plus a charger. Rated 3.9/5 stars by over 2,300 Amazon reviewers. More deals below.

There’s even more lawn mower deals over at Home Depot today, headlined by Ryobi’s 42-inch Electric Zero Turn Riding option for $3,299 shipped. That’s down $600 from the regular going rate. This full-featured electric riding lawn mower sports a zero-turn 42-inch deck that can handle up to 2.25 acres of yard at a time. It is completely battery-operated with high-powered brushless motors and an adjustable deck from 1.5-inches to 4.5-inches. The control panel even features a USB port for charging your favorite devices while riding.

Another standout from the Home Depot Ryobi sale is this electric 40V string trimmer at $99. That’s good for around 30% off the regular going rate and the best offer that we can find. After you’ve used your new electric lawn mower this summer, finish the job with a string trimmer around the edges. This model includes a five year warranty for added peace of mind and is compatible with the entire Ryobi 40V lineup of batteries and tools. Rated 4.1/5 stars. Shop the rest of today’s sale for even more deals.

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