Delightful deals of the day

I don’t know why I always forget about Sears, but I do. I think it goes back to my childhood, when Sears was simply the place you went for tools or for clothing that would surely get you beaten up on the playground. Of course they’re all different, now, but I tend to forget.

Anyway! Was I going somewhere with this…? Oh, yes! See, every time I remember that there’s a whole assortment of Deals of the Day over at Sears, I’m pleased with what I find. Like, today they have a 3-piece Rachael Ray knife set for just $15 with free shipping. (For reference: the same set at Amazon is still around $27, plus the reviews are great.)

Further down the Sears page (under “More Deals”) there’s also a travel thermos set for just $6.99 that includes the thermos, two mugs, and a carry case—those would be perfect teacher gifts next Christmas, no?

If an item at Sears doesn’t offer free shipping, you can always ship it to your local store for free and pick it up, or get free shipping on your $59+ order. Load up the gift closet!

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4 Responses to “Delightful deals of the day”

  1. 1
    Crista January 24, 2013 at 10:18 am #

    Can I just give a shout out to Sears’ online order pick up system? I don’t know if its this way at every store, but here’s how it works at ours: first of all, there are special parking spots right by the door. Then you walk in, scan your receipt/email at the kiosk, wait about 2 minutes, and then someone brings out your stuff, scans your receipt again to make sure its the right stuff, and then you’re set. They even offer to carry it to the car for you!
    So, yes, you still have to drive down there, but they really do make it super easy once you get there.

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    Mir January 24, 2013 at 10:27 am #

    That’s awesome, Crista! My local Sears isn’t quite that efficient. ;)

  3. 3
    Bren January 24, 2013 at 10:35 am #

    Same way at my Sears – LOVE it!!

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    Brigitte January 25, 2013 at 7:49 am #

    Yeah, Childhood memories of Sears Tuffskins pants, in odd colors like red or green. A little bell-bottomed, a little too short, and with some enormous rectangular, untrimmed iron-on patch mom would put onto the knees. The horror!