eBay Canada: $50 Sears Gift Card for $45 & Free Shipping

29 September 2015

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Are you going to be hitting that Sears Christmas Wish Book hard this year? If so, then save a little money up front by purchasing a $50 Sears Canada Gift Card for just $45. You save 10% on the gift card and will receive free shipping as this is a physical (plastic) gift card.

Sears Canada is a popular place to shop for toys, clothing, and more. They can have some stellar sales like their one day 75% off luggage deals or their cookware deals. Right now, Sears Days are on and it is a great time to buy from the company. For example, the Fijit Friends are still on clearance from $50 down to $17.94, when they are a minimum of $25 elsewhere. I think this BATMAN The Dark Knight Rises 7-Piece Ninja Sword Set on clearance for $9.94 is also a fantastic buy.

Now, you want to buy this Sears Gift Card because you will save even more money before buying great sale items at Sears Canada. You save 10% up front and receive free delivery to your home. The gift card will take five to seven days to arrive.

Sears Gift Cards are redeemable at Sears Retail stores, catalogue pick-up locations across Canada, and on-line orders making this one versatile card. As mentioned before, all these gift cards come inactive so you will need to activate it at https://ebay.giftcardactivate.com. Do not activate the card before receiving it in the mail or you will have a live card floating around out there.

It is through deals like this that you can stack discounts and save the most amount of money. While 10% off might seem small, gift cards like this are the equivalent of cash. Would you rather spend $45 or $50? I think the choice is simple. Buy a discounted gift card and then use that discounted gift card to buy discounted toys, clothing, and more for your family.

This deal just started today and over 90 cards have already sold. Three cards sold as I was writing this deal up.

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TOPICS:   Free Shipping   Furniture   Gift Ideas

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