Sears Big Saturday Deal
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Sears Big Saturday Deal

Posted on Thursday, January 15th, 2009 at 12:00 pm
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Sears is going to be having another one of its big Saturday sales, and this one starts Friday night at 9 p.m.. My sources tell me that this sale will concentrate on fitness equipment and tools as well as appliances and floorcare. I guess this is just in time to fulfill all of those New Year Resolutions. Being healthy and working on my house are definitely on my list this year.
Sears will also be featuring door buster deals on Saturday morning, from 7 am until noon. I don’t know what those items will be yet–it is all very hush hush, but I will certainly let you know if I find out!

Meanwhile, here are the links to the deals. The deals won’t be active until either Friday night or Saturday, depending on the link, so keep that in mind and come back to click. Make sure that you use these links to get your deals.

Here is the leak:

* Shop Sears’ BIG Saturday Sale starting 9pm Friday thru Sat 1/17 w/ Doorbusters Sat from 7am-12pm

* Save on hundreds of Doorbuster Deals from 7am-12pm during Sears’ BIG Saturday Sale 1/17

* Save 15% off all Appliances & Floorcare + 0% for 12 months or Free Delivery 9pm 1/16 thru 1/17

* All Fitness Equipment on sale + 5% Cash Back or No Interest No Payments until Feb 2010 1/11-1/17 (Cash back after online or mail-in rebate; Must use Sears Card; Qualifying purchases must be $399 or more)

* All Craftsman Combo Kits, Mechanics Tool Sets, Miter Saws & Blades on sale 9pm Fri 1/16 – Sat 1/17

* All Craftsman Tool Storage, Lift Equipment, Compressors & Garage Openers on sale 9pm 1/16 thru 1/17

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