Grab Discounts Galore at Sears!
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Things to Buy at Sears Before It’s Gone for Good

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Grab Discounts Galore at Sears!
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End of an Era

Sears is clinging to life after a wave of high-profile retail bankruptcies, but maybe not for much longer: After another quiet round of store closings, the iconic retailer is down to only 16 stores across the country. There are still things to consider grabbing at Sears now, before the chain becomes the stuff of "remember when" stories. Here are a few good bets, including tried-and-true customer favorites. 


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Roebuck & Co. Women’s Moxi Suede Moccasin
Sears
Colormate Ringspun Cotton Bath Towels
Sears

Colormate Ringspun Cotton Bath Towels

Starting at $3

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Soft, simple, and absorbent, these basic bath towels have amassed plenty of fans over the years, especially for their fair price. They come in several solid colors. Coordinating hand towels and washcloths are available, too.  


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Kenmore Top-Load Electric Dryer
Sears

Kenmore Top-Load Electric Dryer

$744

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Loyal Kenmore fans say this is the kind of appliance they expect from the brand: Reliable, with enough features to get the job done, but not so many that they inflate the price. “We have always owned Kenmore dryers,” notes one buyer. “After 46 years we just purchased No. 4, so they last and are a good value.”


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Sterling Silver .10 Carat Weight Diamond Halo Pendant
Sears
Craftsman 45” Workbench With Drawer
Sears

Craftsman 45” Workbench With Drawer

$350

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Treat yourself to some dedicated space for tinkering with this sturdy workbench, capable of supporting up to 800 pounds. Load up the drawer with up to 100 pounds of tools, keep everything charged with three integrated outlets and two USB ports, and stay organized with a peg board and side hooks.

Kenmore Go Cordless Stick Vacuum
Sears

Kenmore Go Cordless Stick Vacuum

$140

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Don’t have a Dyson in the budget? No problem — this little Kenmore offers all the convenience of a cordless for less than half the price. It weighs less than 5 pounds, converts to a handheld, and runs for up to 40 minutes on a single charge.

Roebuck & Co. Women’s Hannah High-Top Sneaker
Sears

Roebuck & Co. Women’s Hannah High-Top Sneaker

$20

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Get that vintage Chuck Taylor style for a lot less with these retro-cool high tops. They have a canvas upper, a rubber sole, and all the lace-up swagger of the originals.


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NordicTrack C 970 Pro Treadmill
Sears
Laura Scott Women’s Puffer Vest
Sears

Laura Scott Women’s Puffer Vest

$21

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This adorable puffer vest is exactly the type of layer that can take your wardrobe from winter to spring. The polyester insulation is just enough for those chilly mornings, and it’s an easy layer to shed on warmer afternoons.

Craftsman 4-Piece Barbecue Tool Set
Sears

Craftsman 4-Piece Barbecue Tool Set

$29

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Warmer days are ahead, and when they get here, firing up the grill will be that much more exciting with a set of shiny new tools. You’ll get a flipper, tongs, fork, and a brush, and the wrench-shaped metal cutouts make them fun for gifting, too. 


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