Sears gift cards 20% off!

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Hurry, these will probably sell out quickly…

Through eBay, GiftCardMall is offering $100 Sears gift cards for $80.  And, start your shopping at ShopAtHome for another 3% cash back!

Limit 2 per customer.


You can pay for these with eBay gift cards if you have any from previous deals (see eBay gift cards return to stores! Here’s why that’s awesome.).  Also, check your email to see if you were targeted for extra eBay Bucks which will be earned with the purchase of the Sears gift cards (but not the purchase of eBay gift cards).

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I was so trigger happy and worried the deal would end that I forgot to go through a portal like TCB to get an extra 1.5%. Oh well.


So..i bought 3 no problem…

where did you see a limit?


Limit is 3 per eBay account


If you checkout as a guest, you can buy multiple times.


card cash is offering $84 for a $100 sears gc. seems its possible to profit $4 per card. didn’t test yet.


Better deal is to buy Shell gift cards at Sears or K-mart with the Sears gift card. You can sell the Shell card for $90 at card cash for a $10 profit. Also, if you have a Shop Your Way account, make sure you tell the CSR at K-Mart before the purchase. You will get a certificate for $0.30 off per gallon at Shell, BP, Sunoco, Speedway or Kmart Express depending on your location. Purchase at K-Mart must be a least $50.


just a FYI/warning – I got an automated nastygram email from eBay telling me that my orders were cancelled (hasn’t happened yet) and effectively telling me that I am now on “thin ice” (my words) for using the guest checkout method (in addition to my normal account) … and I only did it once …


Me to. Sorry for the bad advice above.