Sears is Closing Many Stores
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Sears is Closing Many Stores

Posted on Monday, May 8th, 2017 at 7:00 am
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Sears LogoSears is in the process of closing many of its stores, across the nation, forever. It is sad news when a store that has been around as long as Sears has ends up closing multiple locations. Whenever a store closes, there are opportunities for consumers to take advantage of savings.

Shop Your Way is a rewards program that lets people earn 1% back in points on every dollar they spend at partner stores. Both Sears and Kmart are Shop Your Way partners. Now is a good time to visit a Sears (or Kmart) that is still open and use up your Shop Your Way points. Doing so could save you some money on your purchase.

Business Insider compiled a list of Sears stores that were part of the second wave of closures:

  • Florence Mall, Florence, Alabama
  • 1901 S. Caraway Road, Jonesboro, Arkansas
  • Enfield Square, Enfield, Connecticut
  • Eagle Ridge Mall, Lake Wales, Florida
  • Albany Mall, Albany, Georgia
  • Columbus Park Crossing, Columbus, Georgia
  • 1235 S. Reed Road, Kokomo, Indiana
  • 2259 S. 9th St., Salina, Kansas
  • Kentucky Oaks Mall, Paducah, Kentucky
  • 9001 Cortana Mall, Baton Rouge/Cortana, Louisiana
  • 197 Westbank Expressway, Gretna, Louisiana
  • 9605 Queens Blvd., Rego Park, New York
  • Walden Galleria, Cheektowaga, New York
  • Boulevard Mall, Amherst, New York
  • 1 Galleria Drive, Middletown, New York
  • 10 Whitten Road, Augusta, Maine
  • Swansea Mall, Swansea, Massachusetts
  • 3099 28th St. SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • 12737 Riverdale Blvd NW, Coon Rapids, Minnesota
  • 1850 Adams St., Mankato, Minnesota
  • 3600 Country Club Drive, Jefferson Cty, Missouri
  • 3702 Frederick Ave., Saint Joseph, Missouri
  • 3902 13th Ave., South Fargo, North Dakota
  • 1000 S. Main St., Roswell, New Mexico
  • 2000 Brittain Road, Akron, Ohio
  • 1075 N. Bridge St., Chillicothe, Ohio
  • 1701 River Valley Circle S, Lancaster, Ohio
  • Richmond Mall, Richmond Heights, Ohio
  • 1901 S. Yale Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • 428 SW. C Ave, Lawton, Oklahoma
  • Shenango Valley Mall, Hermitage, Pennsylvania
  • 1 Susquehanna Valley Mall Drive, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
  • 1500 Mall Run Road, Uniontown, Pennsylvania
  • 3595 Capital City Mall, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
  • 1500 Diamond Hill Road, Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  • 2701 David H. McLeod Blvd., Florence, South Carolina
  • 2101 Fort Henry Drive, Kingsport, Tennessee
  • 4101 E. 42nd St., Odessa, Texas
  • 500 Gate City Highway, Bristol, Virginia
  • Alderwood Mall, Lynnwood, Washington
  • Town Center Mall, Charleston, West Virginia
  • Meadowbrook Mall, Bridgeport, West Virginia

In April of 2017, Business Insider posted an additional list of Sears stores that will close:

  • Aventura Mall, 19505 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, Florida
  • 3199 N White Sands Blvd, Alamogordo, New Mexico
  • Monroe Crossing Mall, 2115 W Roosevelt Blvd., Monroe, North Carolina
  • Northwoods Mall, 7801 Rivers Ave, Charleston, South Carolina
  • Valley View Mall, 13131 Preston Rd., Dallas, Texas

The Sears near you might not be on these lists. That doesn’t necessarily mean it will remain open. The Sears in San Luis Obispo, California, is not on those lists – but it is closing. Like some other Sears stores, there will be a liquidation sale.

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