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DeWalt 20V 3Ah lithium ion battery - 2 pack - $130 with at least $65 in SYW point back.

jchu14 935 873 August 22, 2016 at 02:35 PM in Tools (5)
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Last Edited by cricket702 August 23, 2016 at 12:12 PM
This is a good deal for two DeWalt Lithium Ion batteries. It's the twin pack bigger 3Ah version.

link [sears.com]

The promotion is for 50% of the points back. However, you may have additional promotions that can stack on top of it. My estimated points back is $86.50.

I can't get the $15 off $100 coupon to stack even though it's not a 'hot buy' item. If someone could figure out how to do it, it would be a really smoking deal.

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DeWalt 20 V MAX* Lithium Ion Battery Pack (3.0 Ah) - 2 pack
Points to Earn
Base Points: 1,300
Bonus Points: 85,195
Offer: 1,300 points
Offer: 11,300 points
QB--Members get $10 (10,000) back in points when you spend $50 or more on qualifying items at Sears, 7/18/16 - 8/27/16. Points will be awarded 1 day after transaction and are valid for 7 days.
Offer: 74,995 points
QB--Members get 50% back in points when you purchase a DeWalt brand Portable Power Tool Battery at Sears. Pts will be awarded the next day and exp in 14 days. Limit 1 per mbr. INSTORE and ONLINE
Offer: 76,295 points
2% in points for SYW Max Members
Offer: 81,495 points
QB--Members get 5% back in points with your FREE store pickup on ONLINE purchases. Points to be awarded 1 day after transaction and expire 90 days after receipt. Limit 50,000 points per member.
Offer: 86,495 points
Members get $5 back in points (5,000 points) when you spend $25 or more in Tools and Lawn and Garden with coupon (excluding Clearance) INSTORE and ONLINE
Total Points You Could Earn: 86,495
Expiration dates vary. Visit www.shopyourway.com for details.
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Quote from jchu14 View Post :
This is a good deal for two DeWalt Lithium Ion batteries. It's the twin pack bigger 3Ah version.

link [sears.com]

The promotion is for 50% of the points back. However, you may have additional promotions that can stack on top of it. My estimated points back is $86.50.

I can't get the $15 off $100 coupon to stack even though it's not a 'hot buy' item. If someone could figure out how to do it, it would be a really smoking deal.
yep was looking at this earlier today - pretty nice deal. im infact getting close to $100 back in points.
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yep was looking at this earlier today - pretty nice deal. im infact getting close to $100 back in points.
And what will you do when the points don't add up? Or better yet there's nothing worth buying with the points accumulated.
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And what will you do when the points don't add up? Or better yet there's nothing worth buying with the points accumulated.
You become a hoarder with junk you really don't need but can't resist, buy buy buy.

Paid $125 ootd and got back $107.50

Used a gift card purchased at a discounted price so should basically be free if I keep it rolling
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How quick do these points hit your account? Would I usually be able to use them by tomorrow?

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And what will you do when the points don't add up? Or better yet there's nothing worth buying with the points accumulated.
That's where I usually find myself with Sears points. In this case I have something in mind for them, so thinking about jumping on this
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Last edited by nkutke262 August 22, 2016 at 06:16 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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And what will you do when the points don't add up? Or better yet there's nothing worth buying with the points accumulated.
fortunately over the past several years of purchases i have had very good luck with points showing up - in cases they didnt, the SYW team has happily obliged and given me the points when i show them proof like screenshots etc. there are tons of things i can buy at sears/kmart with $100 - so def not worried about that Smilie
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How quick do these points hit your account? Would I usually be able to use them by tomorrow?


That's where I usually find myself with Sears points. In this case I have something in mind for them, so thinking about jumping on this
Welp, I bit. Well, actually bit on the smaller ones here http://www.sears.com/dewalt-20-v-...943044000P I don't have any of these smaller ones and had had my eye on them for the reduced weight.

Fingers crossed that the points arrive tomorrow.

EDIT: I also had $10 in surprise points apply to this purchase when I deleted out all of coupons, bringing out of pocket down to $120. Also, my cart displayed $86 estimated earned with purchase, but once I hit submit, my confirmation only said $80.
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And what will you do when the points don't add up? Or better yet there's nothing worth buying with the points accumulated.
Exactly my thought. I jumped the Jeans deal and can't find anything worth to buy from $96 in points. Ended up returning Jeans. I am done with Sears - no OOP spending.
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Points will be expired in 7 or 14 days Frown We all should ask Sears to make it 30 days
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Quote from nkutke262 View Post :
Welp, I bit. Well, actually bit on the smaller ones here http://www.sears.com/dewalt-20-v-...943044000P [sears.com] I don't have any of these smaller ones and had had my eye on them for the reduced weight.

Fingers crossed that the points arrive tomorrow.

EDIT: I also had $10 in surprise points apply to this purchase when I deleted out all of coupons, bringing out of pocket down to $120. Also, my cart displayed $86 estimated earned with purchase, but once I hit submit, my confirmation only said $80.
Do you know how many amps this smaller one is? 2.0 or 1.5? It doesn't say on the package. It doesn't even say on DeWalts site.
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not familiar with shopyourway. but you can get two batteries for 105 shipped on ebay
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points expire when? thats my biggest problem usually with these syw deals Frown
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Will these work with non dewalt drill/drive sets ? Thanks in advance!
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Will these work with non dewalt drill/drive sets ? Thanks in advance!
Nope, they wont.
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