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Craftsman 3-Gallon Electric Air Compressor + $50 Cashback Points EXPIRED

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Sears has Craftsman 3-Gallon Oil-Free Portable Electric Air Compressor w/ 7-Piece Accessory Kit (16953) + Filler Tool (from $1.98, or another qualifying $0.01+ filler to reach $75) on sale for $76.97. Shop Your Way Members (free to join) may also receive ~$50 in Cashback Points to use on a future purchase. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks coastalconn

Note: The Craftsman tool filler items linked above for $1.98 are only available for store pickup. Refer to the forum thread and this Frontpage deal for additional filler item ideas.
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Should be good for an entry level air compressor.
https://m.sears.com/craftsman-cm-...916953000P
Not suitable for heavy applications. Price is $74.99 so you need to add a filler to get to $75. Free store pickup or free shipping.

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Last Edited by yupr January 29, 2018 at 12:26 PM
SCFM: .6 at 40 PSI; .4 at 90 PSI and 100 max psi.

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Nobody is ultimately paying $75. It's $25 net unless you don't use like to use points to shop at Kmart or Sears. And if that's the case, then why are you here other than to threadcrap. Just go use your manual pump.
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Your math is wrong it's not $25 net. that's the point of this marketing, it confuses people

The real math is $75 for $125 worth of items
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please dont buy this... Use the $50 off on anything else. I grabbed pry bars and a vice...

The compressor isnt worth $25. Can only blow up tires and shoot nails.

If your shopping for air compressors avoid the oil less red ones at harbour freight. The black are fine.
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No way anybody pays $75 for that crap, you can do better with a manual pump laugh out loud
I'm too lazy for a manual pump, so for $25 net I took my chances... The cheapest 3 gal Hot Dog compressor out there is the Harbor Freight which is on sale for $47 and had no accessories, so add another $13 and you are at $60... Just saying
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Nobody is ultimately paying $75. It's $25 net unless you don't use like to use points to shop at Kmart or Sears. And if that's the case, then why are you here other than to threadcrap. Just go use your manual pump.
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keeps your basketballs, bike and car tires all inflatables and more properly inflated (about all it is capable of)
the cfm @ psi is not even listed

edit: found this in the q&a section
SCFM: .6 at 40 PSI; .4 at 90 PSI and 100 max psi.
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Nobody is ultimately paying $75. It's $25 net unless you don't use like to use points to shop at Kmart or Sears. And if that's the case, then why are you here other than to threadcrap. Just go use your manual pump.
Do points roll? IE say this deal comes back in the future, can I use the $50 SYW points earned to pay, so pay $25 out of pocket and get another $50 back
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Do points roll? IE say this deal comes back in the future, can I use the $50 SYW points earned to pay, so pay $25 out of pocket and get another $50 back
AFAIK, they don't roll. That was the good old days.

That being said, you can often use the points along with Freecash, coupons, etc. to create some good deals for yourself.
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keeps your basketballs, bike and car tires all inflatables and more properly inflated (about all it is capable of)
the cfm @ psi is not even listed

edit: found this in the q&a section
SCFM: .6 at 40 PSI; .4 at 90 PSI and 100 max psi.
Exactly, did you miss the first thing I said about entry level? Can you find a better 3 gal air compressor for net $25? Not everyone needs a huge giant air compressor. Tractor and car tires, blow some saw dust off stuff... Sounds perfect to me
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Got this a few months ago. You are probably going to want to make sure you have hearing protection to use it. It's extremely loud.
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Just bought a lot of stock in Sears! Thanks for buying stuff guys!
So does that mean you're going to go bankrupt soon? I hope you hedge your bet.

$50 only means something if you can use it.

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Is this good enough for a nail gun?
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Is this good enough for a nail gun?
It will work
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