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I’ve had the Sears store credit card for over 20 years. Recently, the card converted to a Sears MasterCard where it is now accepted everywhere, not just at Sears. As a way of enticing cardholders to use the card, there’s a promotion where you can earn a rebate of 10% back at grocery, gas, and restaurants.
How to Earn 10% Cash Back with Sears MasterCard
If you have the Sears MasterCard, look through your email for an email with your link to activate the promotion. I cannot tell whether this is a targeted promotion, or if all Sears MasterCard cardholders received this promotion.
The email will look like this:
I had a similar email for Q1, but it got buried in my inbox and I didn’t participate.
This time around, I’m totally participating and looking to max out this promotion. This 10% rebate will get me $300 in rebates the next 3 months.
$1000 a Month in Groceries, Gas, and Restaurants?
Even if you don’t usually spend $1000 a month in groceries (who does?), gas, or restaurants, you can buy gift cards for other stores that you shop at to max out this rebate, then use the gift cards at those stores.Worst case, you can even
Worst case, you can even buy Amazon gift cards to top off your balance or Visa or MasterCard gift cards that are almost as good as cash.
The Bald Thoughts
I love when random promotions like this arrive in my email inbox. They are so profitable, that it makes sense to go out of your way to maximize them. By using my Sears MasterCard, I’m going to earn $300 in statement credits over the next 3 months.
Did you receive this promo? Will you be participating? Have you participated in similar promotions in the past?
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