SEARS SHOPPING SECRETS FROM A FORMER EMPLOYEE
Who knew there were so many secrets buried in the numbers?? Read the whole story: http://laundry.reviewed.com/features/sears-shopping-hacks-from-a-former-employee
- •A price that ends in 99 cents is either not on sale or a planned, advertised sale price.
- •A price that ends in 88 cents is harder to find, but usually a better deal.
- •A price that ends in 97 cents means an item is clearance merchandise.
- •A price that ends in 98 cents is an indicator that an item isn’t eligible for additional discounts.
- •Be careful when buying a Sears-only brand—like Kenmore or Craftsman from an online retailer that isn’t Sears.comThird parties will list Sears-exclusive products on Amazon or other retailers for an inflated price
- •"I only buy Kenmore and Craftsman, never brand X."Did you know that Kenmore dishwashers, top-load washers, and side-by-side refrigerators are made by Whirlpool? Or that most Kenmore French-door refrigerators and front-load washers are made by LG? They're all made by someone else. That's not a knock (far from it). But taking hardline attitudes about brand loyalty doesn't make any sense here.
- •Sears’ Price Match Policy is not in effect between Thanksgiving Day and the Wednesday after Thanksgiving.