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What Would You Buy With a $100 Sears Gift Card?

by Alicia in Contests

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What would you buy with a $100 Sears Gift Card?

Would you buy jewelry, a handvac (to practical, I know), gardening tools?

Here are a few things that I would buy with a $100 Sears Gift Card

Windchime

 I love being outside, especially during the summer months.  This wind chime would make my time outside even more relaxing.

Grace Note Chimes Small Himalayan Echo Wind Chime – $90

necklace

Eziba Collection Miadora 18k Gold-plated Smokey Quartz Necklace – $41

 sheets

AT HOME by O Egyptian Cotton 800 Thread Count Extra Deep Pocket Sheet Set – $94

I’ll tell you one thing, it’s more fun to shop when you win money!

You could win 100,000 points (that’s equal to $100) when you enter the Sears LocalAd Sweeps on ShopYourWay SWEEPS Points.

Prizes. Play!

Sears Local Ad

 

Entering to win 100,000 points is not difficult.

  • You simply have to ‘follow’ the Sears LocalAd brand page on ShopYourWay
  • Then pick 5 must-haves from your local Sears store and add them to your ‘Wish List’ on ShopYourWay.
    For example: search grills on ShopYourWay, hover over the ones you like with your mouse and click ‘want.’ The products will automatically be added to your Wish List. Don’t worry about remembering this, the SWEEPS app will walk you through it.
  • Voila! In 5 minutes or less you’ll be entered to win $100 from Sears.
  • If you want two additional entries, all you have to do is share the Sweeps with your friends on Facebook & Twitter.

Now back to the original question, how will you spend your gift card?

This is a sponsored post. I am a Sears blogger, though all opinions are my own.

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