Alright, now I'm betting Eddie "the wizard" Lampert can keep the Sears Holdings ship afloat at least until after the holidays . Here's the story:
My car's tires are worn out, and as of last week one of my tires is slowly deflating. Dealership quoted me $700 for 4 Michelin Premier A/S tires. Went to my closing Sears Auto Center and got exactly the same tire for $75/piece, making an even $300 and hence qualifying me for the $300 cashback ($25 next day, then $25 each month on the 15th of the month). Purchased using a Sears GC which I bought at Meijer with $30 back in Meijer rewards as per their current promo (those will be used for LEGO ) So 60% off tires, plus extra points to boot.
As my wife wanted a new TV, I then went over to KMart and purchased a Samsung 55" UN55NU7100 4k UHD tv for in-store pickup. $600, marked down in cart to $550. Went over to Sears, took a $35 off $300+ coupon (which said it excluded TVs), applied it at KMart, and it worked. So down to $522 in total. Grabbed a bunch of 4% off Raise giftcards (using RAISE1 to get the extra 1%) and purchased the TV for $500 after tax (Amazon price is $550 before tax). Qualified for the $75 points back ($25 next day, 2 future installments of $25), got extra points back somehow for a total of $115 back in points.
Let's see how many of those points will credit before the program stops or SHC files for bankrupcy. One thing's for sure - I'm cashing them out as soon as they post
Think I did OK