Craftsman bolt-on attachment is interchangeable with black & decker Matrix series I've observered if you buy a tool cost $30, you'll get $40 back in point. list of attachments (some are sold-out), click on individual tool to see point earn (to use later) Link to bolt-on attachment (add on)
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posted: Oct. 15, 2016 @ 8:36a
posted: Oct. 15, 2016 @ 12:27p
Trim saw + reciprocating saw + oscillating attachment = $99.60 cost for $118.60 points.
I don't see any specifics on the deal other than members get 100% back. I can't say for sure but it appears they don't have a short expiration.
I applied $14 in points (including free surprise points) to pay and it reduced both the cost and the points payout by $14 giving me $85 cost and $104 points back. So using some points may be worth it as in this case I'm still getting $19 extra points on a lower out of pocket and using up some points especially if you've got surprise points.
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posted: Oct. 15, 2016 @ 5:15p
No offense but good luck getting anything from Sears lately. Stock seems dangerously low.
posted: Oct. 15, 2016 @ 6:58p
jerosen great deal but where are the links ? thanks
posted: Oct. 15, 2016 @ 7:23p
I put 2 of the very first item listed (Craftsman Bolt-On 3-3/8" Trim Saw Attachment) when I clicked on the OP's link in my cart and it says it will be a $26.84 MM ($20.76 MM after taking into account the 8% sales tax in my area)::
You could redeem $75.98 (75,980 ) in points to use on this order
includes $12.00 in surprise points for qualifying items
see available surprise points offers You could earn 102,818 points to use later
includes a $102.06 bonus points offer for qualifying offers
Now just wondering if I should take the bait. I already have $189 in points this would give me $291. I wonder if I could spend all those before they close their doors?
posted: Oct. 15, 2016 @ 8:16p
The Hometown Appliance stores have the base unit "on sale" for $40, and the attachments might have all been $20 or $25. Less OOP, but not free (in theory if you believe Sears monopoly money is has a 1-1 exchange ratio).
If they sell the Craftsman brand, they say they will live to die in 1-2 years. I figure that will happen
posted: Oct. 17, 2016 @ 9:29a
Note that the 100% back points that you get expire in 14 days.
posted: Oct. 19, 2016 @ 12:53p
you can get the black and decker matrix corded driver for $35 on Amazon.com, the battery powered driver for $50-ish.
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