How to Save More with Sears
After you've filled up your shopping cart, you can go to the checkout area and you'll find a box labeled "Coupon Code" where you can enter your code. Enter it, click "Add", and you should see your order total change to reflect the applied discount.
Other Tricks To Save More
Sears runs a lot of promotions, and prices can vary between the website and stores, so if you're in a store it's worth checking to see where items are less expensive. You can also sign up for the newsletter to stay on top of any sales or promotions running.
It's totally free to join the Sears Shop Your Way program, which lets you earn points for every dollar you spend and will also give you exclusive access to additional savings and coupons. You can redeem points for cash rewards you can use towards purchases, and if you are a very frequent shopper, you can pay an additional $19 to get free shipping on most of your orders and extra cash back every month.
Most items can be returned, in their original condition, within 30 days of purchase for a full refund. Items can be returned either via mail or at physical store locations.
Sears, Roebuck & Company was founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in 1886 as a mail ordering catalog. Because the country was quite spread out and rural, most farmers at the time had limited access to goods through general stores in small towns, and his mail order catalog grew rapidly because it offered them access to a far greater variety of goods. The company began operating retail stores in 1925 and continued to grow as a large department store chain selling a wide range of goods. At its peak, Sears operated over 3,500 stores, but it has slowly declined and now has just 695 locations.