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How to best "cash in" on SYWR points?

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I have WAY too many SYWR points (which don't roll). Has anyone found a good way to turn these into cash without losing much value? The best I can figure out is to buy tools or something and sell on Craigslist, but I'd rather avoid that hassle.
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if u don't put work into it then u can't cash out or you can buy groceries or just buy stuff u need at kmart
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should buy something, return with manager over rider
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should buy something, return with manager over rider
they won't return like that but u can buy stuff that Walmart has potentially change that to gift cards item under 20
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they won't return like that but u can buy stuff that Walmart has potentially change that to gift cards item under 20
I did... its matter if you can find a Kmart willing to do it. my local Kmart always did it, but not every Kmart does that
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if u don't put work into it then u can't cash out or you can buy groceries or just buy stuff u need at kmart
Yeah, that's what I've been trying, but I literally can't find anything at Kmart that isn't cheaper elsewhere. Plus, their website is an absolute nightmare. The search filters mean nothing, it lets you add stuff to your cart that isn't actually in stock, etc.
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legos? sometimes their prices can be comparable to other stores.
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Yeah, that's what I've been trying, but I literally can't find anything at Kmart that isn't cheaper elsewhere. Plus, their website is an absolute nightmare. The search filters mean nothing, it lets you add stuff to your cart that isn't actually in stock, etc.
depbrans- PM me ill help you out... i pretty much cashed out all my major points
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depbrans- PM me ill help you out... i pretty much cashed out all my major points
I have points that expire at the end of this month and would like to know how to cash them out too. Please let me know how to do it.
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Nearly $200 in points expiring at end of each of the next 3 quarters... ugh.
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Take advantage of price matching if you have the patience. Was a headache, but I managed to pm a gel memory foam mattress to Sam's Club and used up $420 of my points that way. Initially I thought of reselling Kindle paperwhites when they were universally on sale at all/most? retailers for $99 but of course Sears was out of stock for shipping whenever I checked.

Also, they have a small selection of PS4 and Xbox One games you could pm but that would be mighty tedious if you need to buy multiples because they probably only do one per customer or purchase. Then you could trade them in somewhere for store credit or just resell them.
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