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Sears Weekend Sale

Posted on Thursday, January 22nd, 2009 at 12:01 pm
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Sears has been featuring some great weekend sales lately. Here are the deals for the latest one which starts today, January 22nd.

Save up to 70% off on thousands of items during Sears’ 3-Day Sale 1/22-1/24

Save 10-20% off all Appliances + 12 months No Interest No Payments or Free Delivery 1/22-1/24

All National Brands of Vacuums & Floorcare on sale 1/22-1/24

10% Instant Savings or 24 months No Interest on HDTVs 40″ or larger w/ Sears Card 1/18-1/24

All Fitness Equipment on sale + 5% Cash Back or No Interest No Payments until Feb 2010 1/18-1/24

5% Cash Back or 12 months No Interest No Payments on Closeout Lawn & Garden over $299 1/22-1/24

All Tool Storage, Mechanics Tool Sets, Bench & Stationary Tools & Compressors on sale 1/22-1/24

All Lift Equipment, Ratcheting Wrench Sets & Craftsman Cordless Drills on sale 1/22-1/24

All Garage Door Openers on sale 1/22-1/24

Save up to 70% off Clearance Apparel for the Family 1/22-1/24

*Cash back after online or mail-in rebate; Must use Sears Card; Qualifying purchases must be $399 or more

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