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PowerBlock Sport 90 Adjustable Dumbbell Set + $27 SYW Points EXPIRED

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Sears.com has PowerBlock Sport 90 Adjustable 5lbs to 50lbs Dumbbell Set on sale for $259.99 when you follow the directions below. Shop Your Way Members (free to join) will also receive $37.85 ---> Now ~ $27 in Shop Your Way Rewards Points to use on a future purchase.Select Free Store Pickup. Thanks shawnzh88

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  1. Click here for Deal Coupon Page.
  2. Select "$25 off $200 Storewide at Sears" then click "Load Coupon" to activate.
  3. Click here for Product page, select store to be used for store pickup
  4. Add to cart and proceed to checkout
  5. During checkout, click "apply my Shop Your Way coupons" which is located under coupon code box.
  6. Click "Apply" to activate the $25 off Coupon
  7. Total after all discounts should be $259.99 + $37.85 --> Now ~ $27 in SYW Points with free store pickup.
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Sears.com has the PowerBlock Sport 90 Stage 1 Set 5-50 lbs dumbbells for $259.99 plus you'll earn 37,600 Shop Your Way Points worth $37.60 for a later purchase. Add the dumbbells to your shopping cart, which will reduce the $299.99 face price by $15 to $284.99. Then click "apply my Shop Your Way coupons" and use the $25 off $200 coupon for an additional $25 off, making it $259.99. If you don't see the coupon, you'll need to add it from the Deal Center.

They are currently out of stock for shipping but you can do local in store pickup where available.

Link: http://www.sears.com/powerblock-s...615871000P
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I've compared these to Ironmasters and Bowflex SelectTech. I also bought the added weights to 90lbs. If you truly want the feel of a good dumbbell like in the weight room, then I'd suggest getting Ironmasters. These DBs are much smaller in terms of width and more durable as the plates are cast iron and the handle is all metal. The DBs do not hold your hand inside a box, so for things like tricep extensions while behind your head to above your head, Ironmasters are better by by far. In addition, they have addon accessories such as a EZ curl bar, kettlebell attachments that work with these adjustable plates. Just my 2cents, if I had to go back and purchase again (as I got rid of it for a gym, I like doing squats and deadlifts) I would go with the ironmasters.
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http://www.sears.com/powerblock-s...615871000P

Ends up being a little cheaper if you use the $25 off $200 coupon, but you can't combine with FITNESS.
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http://www.sears.com/powerblock-s...615871000P [sears.com]

Ends up being a little cheaper if you use the $25 off $200 coupon, but you can't combine with FITNESS.
Can you explain what the coupon is for $25 off $200? I couldn't find anything like that online. Thanks.
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Can you explain what the coupon is for $25 off $200? I couldn't find anything like that online. Thanks.
From your cart click "apply my Shop Your Way coupons"
Then click "Deal Center"
There should be a "$25 off $200 Storewide at Sears" coupon.

Also of note, the 37k SYW points are only valid for 7-days.
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From your cart click "apply my Shop Your Way coupons"
Then click "Deal Center"
There should be a "$25 off $200 Storewide at Sears" coupon.

Also of note, the 37k SYW points are only valid for 7-days.
Shoot, that's amazing. Glad I waiting a few minutes before pulling the trigger. Grand total of $259.99 before tax plus the Shop Your Way points. Can't beat that. I'll update the post.
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No problem. I got the last set near me, thanks.
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I'm glad I didn't pull the trigger on the Dick's offer.
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If used, how much are these Points worth???
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if used, how much are these points worth???
$37.60
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These are better than the bowflex right?
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These are better than the bowflex right?
I have had these for over a year and love them. I cant specifically comment on the Bowflex, I did look at them in Dicks, went with the PowerBlock and glad I did.

I also upgraded to the 70lb on each. The set has been solid. Pick up a decent bench on Amazon and you are set.
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loaded coupon. but when I hit get coupons it say non that apply. any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

worked fine on computer. just couldn't do it on the phone
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I've compared these to Ironmasters and Bowflex SelectTech. I also bought the added weights to 90lbs. If you truly want the feel of a good dumbbell like in the weight room, then I'd suggest getting Ironmasters. These DBs are much smaller in terms of width and more durable as the plates are cast iron and the handle is all metal. The DBs do not hold your hand inside a box, so for things like tricep extensions while behind your head to above your head, Ironmasters are better by by far. In addition, they have addon accessories such as a EZ curl bar, kettlebell attachments that work with these adjustable plates. Just my 2cents, if I had to go back and purchase again (as I got rid of it for a gym, I like doing squats and deadlifts) I would go with the ironmasters.
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