I usually wait until the holidays to pick up big ticket items like televisions and appliances, as this the time when retailers have the best sales and are looking to get rid of their current inventory to make room for the new 2013 models. And, when it comes to shopping for these items, my first stop (and usually only) is Sears, as they offer name brand products at great prices. And, their deals are usually sweet, paired with my Shop Your Rewards and Sear Credit Card. From now until January 5th, Sears is offering 30% off their favorite appliance brands. Plus, you will get an additional 5% off when you use your Sears Card. Don't delay in taking advantage of this Down to the Wire Bonus Buy, which is available online and in stores. Click here to learn more about this amazing deal -- http://bit.ly/ZPtqlN.
This year my husband and I will be shopping around for a new dishwasher to replace our old one which broke right before Thanksgiving. I can't believe how much you miss an appliance until it breaks. And, with two young children, the need to wash and sterilize bottles and sippy cups, my dishwasher was my go-to appliance. Now, I am spending more time boiling water on the stove just to sterilize things. So, this weekend, Sears is going to be our one-stop shop for a new dishwasher, as well as last minute holiday gifts? Maybe we will see you there taking advantage of this 30%+ discount? Don't you think your kitchen needs a little updating? They say replacing appliances really does add value to your home, if you are looking to sell down the road. And, with Sears' special holiday discount, you have no excuse to browse their store and take advantage of this offer. :-)
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with http://brandfluential.com, I am a Sears blogger, though all opinions are my own.