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Sears Craftsman 42 piece flex sockets (3/8 and 1/4 inch drive) $127.99, $100 back in SYW points free shipping

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Sears Craftsman 42 piece flex sockets (3/8 and 1/4 inch drive) $127.99, $100 back in SYW points free shipping

https://www.sears.com/craftsman-4...ockType=G1

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I'm kind of bummed. I'd happily buy a set for thirty bucks. I'm not playing their points game though. TU for someone who will.
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Idk how I feel about flex jointed sockets , ehhh. I'd probably snap all of em.
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Appears to be their 41 piece set.
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If they still had a Sears near me I would he interested in this but points are practically worthless now. I use to really like them. Some of my best deals were through Sears using their point system but shipping kills everything today. So while this might have free shipping, the next purchase may not.
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I'll be amazed if the points works out so it ends at thirty for the deal. In for 1
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If they still had a Sears near me I would he interested in this but points are practically worthless now. I use to really like them. Some of my best deals were through Sears using their point system but shipping kills everything today. So while this might have free shipping, the next purchase may not.
Almost everything has free shipping over $35 except for the blowout items and some really cheap items. They're supposed to roll out a new amazon prime type deal in a month.

I've done every stupid sears deal for the last 2 years (or more)- I'm still getting points every week from a year ago and every day from two weeks ago. On average right now I'm getting over $400 a week in points. I have no idea how they have stayed in business this long. I've paid for shipping on a handful of items and it definitely didn't "kill the deal" it's pretty minimal on most items, unless it's appliances or something large and heavy.

Edited to add, I recently ordered fireplace logs from sears, 48 pounds worth, free shipping... 50 oop, 20 back in points. It's insane.

Yes I've stockpiled a lot, but when the machines become aware, I'll be ready.
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I ordered a set as I've always wanted a FULL set of flex sockets. Even without the points it comes out to be about $3.00 a socket. If they save my butt one time it'll be worth it. I'm pretty sure these are not U.S.A. made anymore unfortunately.
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I was able to stack a $25 SYW cash back coupon with this. Got it for $111 plus $101 in SYW rewards.
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Almost everything has free shipping over $35 except for the blowout items and some really cheap items. They're supposed to roll out a new amazon prime type deal in a month.

I've done every stupid sears deal for the last 2 years (or more)- I'm still getting points every week from a year ago and every day from two weeks ago. On average right now I'm getting over $400 a week in points. I have no idea how they have stayed in business this long. I've paid for shipping on a handful of items and it definitely didn't "kill the deal" it's pretty minimal on most items, unless it's appliances or something large and heavy.

Edited to add, I recently ordered fireplace logs from sears, 48 pounds worth, free shipping... 50 oop, 20 back in points. It's insane.

Yes I've stockpiled a lot, but when the machines become aware, I'll be ready.
Yep, I've been getting weekly allotments for ages. I even took the ones during bankruptcy from last year.

I think these $100 ones you can get one per day.
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I was able to stack a $25 SYW cash back coupon with this. Got it for $111 plus $101 in SYW rewards.
Yeah as long as the total was over $100 you get the $100. I redeemed $50 along with it and threw in a few other stray tools.
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Got this deal yesterday for less than $2 after cash back and SYW. I just logged on to my Sears account and found out I had the first $25 SYW plus $10 cash back waiting. Picked up a compression tester I wanted plus 10 pairs of socks I needed for $7 shipped. Smilie

How Sears stays in business is anyone's guess.
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I'm tempted but not sure about their syw points and how I would use them before they expire. Any syw point experts here that could give some ideas? Feedback welcomed.
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I'm tempted but not sure about their syw points and how I would use them before they expire. Any syw point experts here that could give some ideas? Feedback welcomed.
Usually I just browse the website for a bunch of stuff I want, then put it all in my cart and save it for later. When the points hit I just take the currently on sale items if there are any and buy those for shipping/pickup.

The points work at Sears, Kmart and shopyourway.com so you can always check if you have freecash to add on top of the points at any of the given sites, or one has a lower price etc.
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Seems rather expensive for Craftsman made in China pieces? I admit I haven't used many flex extensions however I can see how these may get one out of a jam depending on the faster location and how much torque they would be able to take. I have gone most of my life without these so will pass. Perhaps if they were about $50 less I would snag them up!
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