Was just at Kmart. They are offering 50% off summer clearance, and $15 in points for $15 in clearance clothing. I got $15 in clearance clothing, but on the recipt i did not see the points, so i'll have to call them Monday if my account isnt updated. The stuff was already marked 50% off, so i got 3 things for $15.50 total.
I am not sure if this is Kmart only or if it includes Sears.
Liquidation and Clearance sales happening all over the country. This company - once the premier retail destination - has turned into also-ran by hedge fund managers who claimed to know better than retail and marketing experts. Nice knowing ya, Sears Holdings. (per former employee)
PS: Their website is a joke. I can never find anything on there to purchase. SYW is a scam too.
posted: Sep. 25, 2016 @ 10:55p
It is HIGHLY debatable that Sears or Kmart were ever the premier retail destination. The catalog I will grant you...but no less than 50 years ago was that the case.
And how exactly is SYW a "scam." That's a very serious word you're throwing around there.
jennycoan said: when will it expires? 10/01. It's been running since 08/28, so if you have done it before, be wary of the limit, which is $100 per account.
Exclusions include Dickies, Adam Levine, team sports, and underwear.
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posted: Sep. 28, 2016 @ 10:45p
I went to my local store today and there wasn't any mention of 50% off the clearance clothes, just the $15 syw points back or "priced as marked". I picked up a pair of Basic Editions jeans and a Captain America t-shirt anyway, since I'd still be getting $15 back in points. As I was heading back the opposite way I came in I seen in the women's section a display with a chart for 50% off clearance. Sure enough, the stuff rang up 50% off, so I went back and got another pair of the jeans and a pocket t-shirt to get my total up to $18 after tax. My receipt does show I earned $15 in points, so I expect I'll get them tomorrow.
I got 3 pairs of shorts for under $20 at Sears today. Even the pairs that were clearanced down to $14.99 rang up at $5.99.
posted: Sep. 29, 2016 @ 12:11a
After a couple of emails to Kmart they said i would get my $15 in points. I spent $15.50 on 3 clothes and hopefully ill get the $15 in points.
posted: Sep. 29, 2016 @ 7:37p
I was just at Sears. They have 50% off clearance, but no extra points. I got a shirt thats normally $40, it was on clearance for $7, and it rang up $3.99. Great deal. Sears had a much better selection and better quality than Sears.
Star of the Week!
posted: Sep. 29, 2016 @ 7:51p
Slick29832 said: Sears had a much better selection and better quality than Sears. I'm guessing the second Sears was supposed to be K-Mart.
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posted: Sep. 30, 2016 @ 9:42p
gr8lksguy said: SYW is a scam too. I guess you mean the scam's on them, since I got a lot more out of it than I put in.
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