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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge + $5 In Points for Shop Your Way Members EXPIRED

enigma4321 68 August 23, 2013 at 10:35 AM in Free Shipping (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 08-23-2013 at 02:23 PM View Original Post
Sears has Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge for $17.99 with free store pickup. In addition, Shop Your Way members (free to join) may also receive $5 in points on a purchase of $10 or more when you enter promo code CS97001. Limit one coupon per purchase per member. Thanks enigma4321

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Edited August 23, 2013 at 11:07 AM by enigma4321
Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge for $17.99 w/Free store pickup or Free Shipping for SYWM.
This was the FP deal last time. But better this time with the following promotion. Thanks Bluking for this.
Apply code CS97001 - Earn $5 in points on an online purchase of $10 or more for SYW MAX Members. - Bluking

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...875114000P

This is my first post so not sure I added everything correctly.
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Thanks. Just what I've been looking for. I needed a replacement for one that broke and my girlfriend doesn't have one, so in for two.
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great deal, had $10 in rewards, total came out to $9.00, plus $5 in rewards earned. thanks op.
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Is the offer to earn $5 in points on an online purchase of $10 or more only for the SYW MAX members? I only have the Shop Your Way membership.
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great deal, had $10 in rewards, total came out to $9.00, plus $5 in rewards earned. thanks op.
id just doublecheck on this cause to get the $5 you might have to spend $10 out of pocket (i.e. after reward points), but I might be wrong.
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$5 code worked, bringing effective price down to $12.99. Clicked through Chase UR portal too for an equivalent of 6% CB (in points), so really more like $12,50. Thanks, OP!
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So if you click on redeem SYWR, you can use the $5 in the same order also if you have SYWR points to redeem?
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what would you use this for?
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When I initially chose shipping, it didn't seem like there was a way to apply the $5 credit to this order, but after I decided to do store pickup (I figured this free 90 trial would require me to sign up, then cancel - so I said screw it), then it offered me the opportunity to apply my reward points, and there was the $5 (plus the 43 cents I had already earned). So, with tax and store pickup and $5.43 rewards applied, my total was $13.43. Not bad! Repped!
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what would you use this for?
Primarily for pumping up tires that need air, e.g., your car and bicycle tires. It's not the sort of air compressor you can power air tools with.

I recently used something similar when I had a flat tire and had to use my emergency spare. Turns out it only had 20 pounds of air in it and it was supposed to have 60 pounds. Luckily I was able to pump it up with a 12V (i.e., cigarette lighter/auxiliary power outlet) pump like this one. A very handy item to keep in your car trunk.
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Where do you enter that code?
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Animal balloons for kids' birthday parties. bounce
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I use my dad's for bike tires, time to get my own! Thanks OP!
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I believe there was a box to input the code at checkout. I input it, and it indicated that the code was worth $5 in rewards, but when when I went to my rewards account, it still said I only had 43 cents in rewards. So, I didn't think it would let me apply the $5 to this order. But, after I hit the back button so I could go back and change it to store pickup instead of delivery, it gave me the option to apply my rewards and it said I had $5.43, so I applied it.

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Blow jobs.
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