Harbor Freight Retail Stores
Find a Store Near You
The best way to shop Harbor Freight is at one of many retail stores. To find the retail store closest to you, please visit our Retail Store Locator page.
On major holidays we may be closed or close our stores early.
- Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020) all stores open at 12pm local time
- July 4th all stores close at 6pm local time
- Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve all stores close at 5pm local time
- All stores are closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT HARBOR FREIGHT
How can you help Harbor Freight Tools? The best way to share your love for Harbor Freights' great deals and products is by spreading the word and telling your friends and family.
Here are some other ways to tell us what you think:
- Follow us and post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube #harborfreight
- Email us your feedback
- Write a product review by clicking "Write a Review" on any product page
WHAT DOES "COMPARE TO" MEAN?
At Harbor Freight Tools, unless otherwise specified, the "compare to", "compare similar" or "compare" price means that the same item or a similar functioning item was advertised for sale at or above the "compare to" price by another retailer in the U.S. within the past 90 days. Prices advertised by others may vary by location. The comparison price may not reflect the prevailing market price or the average retail price. No other meaning of "compare to", "compare similar" or "compare" should be implied.
Harbor Freight Tools considers donation requests from well-established charitable organizations that support Education, Veterans, and Fire & Police Departments.
If you are a non-profit organization that is interested in applying for a donation, please visit our Donation Request page.
Securing Your Personal Information
One of Harbor Freight Tools' highest priorities is keeping customers' personal information secure and confidential. Below are some of the typical scams that you may encounter as well as suggestions on how to protect yourself against identity theft.
Fictitious Job Offer Emails
Harbor Freight Tools' continued growth provides ongoing employment opportunities. Positions are advertised on HarborFreight.com under the "careers" link at the bottom of the home page and via official employment websites such as Monster.com, CareerBuilder and LinkedIn. If you receive an email that contains a subject line such as "Provisional Job Offer", it is very likely a scam, especially if you are not currently applying for a position with Harbor Freight Tools. Do not be fooled by an email that may appear authentic since it may display the Harbor Freight Tools logo, or include enclosures such as company information sheets, detailed questionnaires or other forms that may request personal information. Be especially wary of emails that request payment from you for any reason but often to cover processing fees or reimbursement for certain job-application or relocation expenses.
The emails described above are fraudulent. Harbor Freight Tools does not extend job offers via email to individuals with whom it has had no prior contact. We do not ask prospective employees to pay a fee to be considered for a position or to receive a job offer — nor do we authorize recruiters or agents to do any of these things on our behalf.
You should not respond to any of these job offers nor send any funds to anyone. If you receive one of these fraudulent offers, you should report it to the appropriate law enforcement investigative authorities at the local, state, federal or international levels. Citizens who are aware of federal crimes should report them to local offices of federal law enforcement. Additional details regarding cybercrime reporting may be found on the United States Department of Justice website https://www.justice.gov. Additional resources and information may also be found on the Federal Trade Commission's website https://www.ftc.gov.
Phishing & Spoofing
You may receive a deceptive email or website link that appears to originate from a legitimate person, business or agency. They may request that you provide them with personal and/or financial information, such as: name and address, social security numbers, credit card numbers/bank account numbers, PIN numbers or passwords.
Harbor Freight Tools will never request social security numbers, bank account numbers, debit/credit card, pin numbers or passwords. Credit card, name and address information shall only be required when you elect to place an order on the Harbor Freight Tools secure website or when you place an order directly to Harbor Freight Tools over the phone.
Pop-Up Ads, Malware, and Adware
Malware and adware are malicious programs that may reside on your computer hard drive. Such malicious programs may display advertisement "pop ups" or browser windows claiming that you have won a contest, or they may request your participation in a survey to collect a gift card, prize or other offering. They may even ask you to provide personal information in order to receive the offering. These ads or pop-ups are typically designed to look and feel like they are part of the website you are browsing. Do not submit any personal information to or click on these ads or pop-ups. Simply clicking on them alone may download viruses or other malicious programs designed to capture, compromise or destroy data and information on your computer.
This is a similar but low-tech scam similar to how pop-up ads work (see above). You may receive a check via regular mail that purports to be from Harbor Freight Tools. The check will usually be accompanied with instructions to deposit the check immediately in order to receive the balance of a larger sum you have "won" or that has otherwise come to you unexpectedly. You will be instructed to immediately send a payment, in the form of a second personal check, wire transfer, or similar method to a third party to cover taxes, processing fees, administrative costs, etc. The check will look authentic and probably have Harbor Freight Tools' logo on it. Do not deposit the check or follow the instructions that accompany the check. The check that you received and deposited with your financial institution will bounce while the check that you write or the funds that you wire or otherwise transmit to the third party will clear before you realize that the original check you received is not genuine.
In order to help you defend yourself against the above deceptive practices, Harbor Freight Tools suggests you comply with the following courses of action:
- Never respond to emails that cannot be verified
- Never provide personal information via email nor over the telephone unless you have initiated the phone call to a recipient phone number that you know is legitimate
- Contact businesses by using legitimate phone numbers to verify requests
- Enter harborfreight.com using your browser and not by clicking on outside links
- Be cautious of any solicitation requesting that you deposit a check or pay a fee to collect a prize, get a job or cover vaguely described "costs"
- If you think you are a victim of cybercrime, consider filing a report with the Federal Trade Commission and/or state attorney general's consumer protection office or the FBI. Online complaints may be filed with the FTC at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov. Additional resources and information may also be found on the Federal Trade Commission's website https://www.ftc.gov.
To report any suspicious emails or contacts that are using the Harbor Freight Tools name, please contact our Customer Support Team.