Save On The Infamous ‘Holiday Spendathon’ With Deals From Sears

Spending habits tend to change quite a bit when you become a parent. The money you used to use on treats for yourself is now allotted towards food (hello tripled grocery bill), clothes, shoes, books and toys for your children. It’s important to keep your eye on the sales, steals and deals. Reward cards and credit cards help to save even more thanks to the point accumulation and saving opportunities. It’s one of the reasons why I use my Sears card for my purchases as the points have saved me hundreds of dollars on merchandise.When paired with sales, you can get items deeply discounted, if not free! This is a bonus for me as I tend to use the savings on pricier items such as school clothing (see my latest post) and dress wear.

family photoWe have a couple of trips coming up that require formal wear and Sears has always been my go-to store for the fancier pieces, so I’ve been looking through their online and catalog selection over the last couple of weeks, trying to narrow it down. I’ll have to make my decision soon as we leave in just under a month! Luckily, Sears has a sale that coincides perfect

1375265_10200602223972010_356928313_nThe latest Sears sale is too good not to share!  For every $40 you spend on  children’s furniture, kids’ and baby fashions, toys and children’s products, you’ll earn one $10 KidsBucks coupon. You can then use that coupon to redeem between November 1-12, 2013. BUT that isn’t all! If you’re like us, you usually get your holiday photos taken in and around the months of October and November. With a purchase of $50 or more on kids’ fashions, Sears is offering 10 FREE personalized photo greeting cards + a FREE photo shoot courtesy of Sears Portrait Studio ($29.89 value) between Oct 25 – Nov 7, to be redeemed between Oct 25 – Dec 13.

Free photo shoot? Um… yes please!

“Disclosure: I am part of the Sears The Baby’s Room Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”