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Totally Ghoul 50" Giant Posable Spider (various colors)

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Kmart.com has Totally Ghoul 50" Giant Posable Spider (various colors) on sale for $6.74 -> now $6.37. Store pickup is free if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free for orders $49+. Thanks JimmyDskyfall

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Totally Ghoul 50" Giant Posable Spider - Gray [sears.com]

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My wife does too...that's why I got 3.
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I can't imagine Sears being around for much longer. In my mind, they are similar to Toys'R Us who just filed for bankruptcy. They took too long to adapt to modern times in retail and have been struggling to catch up. Their prices are high, making their sales lackluster. The customer service is horrible (at least in my area) and their physical stores are pretty bad except for appliances/tools.
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Yeh, who wants to buy this junk 11 months after Halloween has ended, guests that's why it's on sale
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They also have other Halloween decor on sale, different spiders and sizes too....scroll to page bottom to see!
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Should be free shipping if you place the orders on in-store computers
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No store within 100 miles, closest store out of stock, $4.50 shipping unless I spend another $43. Why bother. Walmart(whom I despise) is within 5 miles, Lowe's and Home Depot are within 10. I think I can get decorations without extra expense and the hassle of dealing with Sears. Thanks for the post but I find it hard to see anything from Sears a SD.
I can't imagine Sears being around for much longer. In my mind, they are similar to Toys'R Us who just filed for bankruptcy. They took too long to adapt to modern times in retail and have been struggling to catch up. Their prices are high, making their sales lackluster. The customer service is horrible (at least in my area) and their physical stores are pretty bad except for appliances/tools.
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Looks delicious. In 4 1
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I get sold by Kmart and can only be picked up at Kmart which is far away.
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I get sold by Kmart and can only be picked up at Kmart which is far away.
Weird, thx for that. In our city both Kmart and Sears are in the same mall so no problem.
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so many cool halloween things, but
(1) too far to pick up from kmart
(2) outside of October, storing them is a huge PITA for 11 months
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How big is the box? Surely not 50" right?
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I can't imagine Sears being around for much longer. In my mind, they are similar to Toys'R Us who just filed for bankruptcy. They took too long to adapt to modern times in retail and have been struggling to catch up. Their prices are high, making their sales lackluster. The customer service is horrible (at least in my area) and their physical stores are pretty bad except for appliances/tools.
Sears/Kmart is far worse than Toysrus. If not because of interest of huge debt, toysrus is actually making profit.

The first thing for retail store is to get people in. Toysrus is still the place to go if you want to see (even not bo buy) many different choices of toys and baby stuffs, you can still find many things in store rather than waiting for shipment from Target, Walmart and etc. In contrast, Sears/Kmart has nothing special that can attract people to the store.

Our Toysrus nearby has friendly sales people. But in both Kmart and Sears, I can only see those sales people doing the least to pass the day. One time in Sears, there is an angry customer yelling and swearing at the tools register for over 10 minutes because the tools section has no employee and the only employee at the appliances section simply ignore him. Another time, the whole 2nd floor has no register opened, everyone was asked to go to the only open register on the 1st floor. How are you going to keep customer that way?
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How big is the box? Surely not 50" right?
Probably no box is involved. Picture the Halloween decor at Walmart hanging up n hooks etc. on the aisles, is my bet. nod
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Although I'm a bit afraid of spiders, this is something I'm willing to try to make my friends scream. Applause
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