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Found this while shopping for a miter saw on Sears:

Members get $50 CASHBACK in points when spending $125 or more on qualifying tools, including hand tools, power tools, tool storage, garage door openers and electrician tools at select Sears stores and Sears.com. Maximum $100 in points per member. Points credit to account 24 hours after transaction. Points valid 30 days. IN-STORE and ONLINE. Points awarded next day and expire 7 days from receipt. Limit 1 time per member. Valid through June 30, 2018 11:59 PM CST. Points earned will be added to your Shop Your Way account and can be used on your next purchase. Only Shop Your Way members are eligible to earn or redeem points. Expiration dates vary. Offer Valid for Shop Your Way members only. Must be a Shop Your Way member logged in at Sears.com to receive this special offer. By accepting Shop Your Way member benefits and offers, you agree to the Shop Your Way terms and conditions, available at www.shopyourway.com/terms. Excludes paint and plumbing tools, Clearance, Great Price and Unilateral Pricing Policy items. Additional exclusions may apply.

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Thank you. What miter saw did you go for in Sears? I'm also looking for a miter saw
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Thank you. What miter saw did you go for in Sears? I'm also looking for a miter saw
I got the 7 1/4" compact sliding saw ($128):
https://www.sears.com/craftsman-7...SKIP_LEVEL
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Does the $50 come in 24 monthly installments?
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Thank you. What miter saw did you go for in Sears? I'm also looking for a miter saw
Get a 12". A 10" can't cut through a 4x4 which is a pain (a 10" sliding can but just go big). And I don't know what @steinah6 is thinking with a 7". That thing is tiny.
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Does the $50 come in 24 monthly installments?
I saw that someone marked this unhelpful but people should be aware that Sears has started splitting up the points. There was a recent deal where you got half the points for one week and the other half of points a week later after the others expired. It doesn't appear to be the case for this deal but it is something to look for.
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Get a 12". A 10" can't cut through a 4x4 which is a pain (a 10" sliding can but just go big). And I don't know what @steinah6 is thinking with a 7". That thing is tiny.
I wouldn't recommend going for the biggest saw available if you don't actually need it. The bigger saws will be more expensive and so will the blades. If all you ever use it for is cutting trim or something of the like, a big saw would be a waste of money.
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I wouldn't recommend going for the biggest saw available if you don't actually need it. The bigger saws will be more expensive and so will the blades. If all you ever use it for is cutting trim or something of the like, a big saw would be a waste of money.
Thank you for the advice. I have read about the blades being more expensive for bigger saws, I think a sliding 10" is exactly what I need.
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Guess I should have posted this when I placed my order a couple days ago. I combined it with my free $40 when I spend $200.
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I wouldn't recommend going for the biggest saw available if you don't actually need it. The bigger saws will be more expensive and so will the blades. If all you ever use it for is cutting trim or something of the like, a big saw would be a waste of money.
Bigger blades also last longer though so its a wash.
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Get a 12". A 10" can't cut through a 4x4 which is a pain (a 10" sliding can but just go big). And I don't know what @steinah6 is thinking with a 7". That thing is tiny.
Perhaps it varies per 10" miter saw, but I was able to chop 4x4 fence posts with my Hitachi in a single pass (no flipping).

http://www.hitachipowertools.com/...402d3866_4
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I own a 7 1/4 sliding miter saw from Ryobi. It has an LED light wich works very well. For a home DIY owner, the mobility, cheap(er) blades, ability to switch blades with 7 1/4 circular saw, etc is great. It cuts 2x material like butter with the Diablo 60T blade. I'm assuming 4x material should be easily cut with 2 passes.
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I picked up 13 inch wen planner for 253$ including Washington taxes and after free cash(40$ off 200+ purchase). I received 61$ worth points next morning. I spent those to buy dewalt 59.99) orbit sander( and wen jig saw(29.99) total was 75$ after $15 free cash and after 61$ points deduction I paid about 16$ including taxes. I was able to get all three under 270$ including taxes. Using this this deal
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I own a 7 1/4 sliding miter saw from Ryobi. It has an LED light wich works very well. For a home DIY owner, the mobility, cheap(er) blades, ability to switch blades with 7 1/4 circular saw, etc is great. It cuts 2x material like butter with the Diablo 60T blade. I'm assuming 4x material should be easily cut with 2 passes.
Man, I hate it when I'm proven wrong. I didn't even know these existed. It cuts 2x10s which is the widest I would need. Looks like I will be selling my new 12" Porter Cable.
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