Gives You $10 Credit If You Buy An Eligible DVD On

Posted: Nov 9 2009, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:22pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Sears announced a creative award program today that ties in with the $10 Holiday DVD movie release deals that Walmart and Amazon are offering. is rewarding customers who purchase a qualifying DVD on,, or with a credit of up to $10.

So if you are planning to buy something on you can get a $10 savings when you have purchased a new DVD release. This deal does not save a bundle, but it is creative especially because Sears accepts receipts from competing stores.

Apparently Sears already offered the same deal for books in October. You can use the $10 credit on purchases of $45 and above on
The qualifying DVDs include Star Trek, the new Harry Potter and Terminator Salvation. These are the movies that Walmart and Amazon have on sale for $10 and below right now.
More details on Sears. Sears also has Black Friday Now promotions every weekend during the holidays.

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