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The newest Craftsman Club flier includes a few great deals. If you’re not a Craftsman Club member, check out the registration link below — if you join now, you should receive your card before February’s promotional period.

If you are already a member and haven’t yet seen the flier, just enter your member ID number in the sign-in box on the home page. They’re offering a few exclusive “online only” deals, like their 12 piece nut driver set and case for $20 with a free 11″ tool bag. The set typically retails for $30-$40 — or separately at over $6 a piece. To take advantage of online-only deals, you must enter your card number into your account profile.

You can register with the Craftsman Club for free. Membership gets you special coupons and access to exclusive sales featured in their once-a-month flier. We’ll answer any questions you post in the comments section to the best of our ability, but we can’t help with any personal problems with your membership. You might want to read through the various posts and related comments in the archive, or contact Craftsman Club directly at 1-800-682-8691.

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5 Responses to Dealmonger: Craftsman Club Deals Jan 6-12

  1. Stuart Deutsch says:

    A few additional comments –

    Craftsman’s “mini pliers” are on sale for club members for $3.99 a piece. If you need one or two, this is a great price. For more than two, your best bet is to wait until the 3 piece or 5 piece set is on sale.

    Also, all Craftsman bench and stationary tools are on sale – 10% off if you buy one, 15% if you buy two, 20% off each if you buy three. I walked in intending to purchase a 10″ drill press, and walked out with the press and a 10″ miter saw.

  2. NELSELGNE says:

    I don’t know if Sears has spyware in their Craftsman Club or not.
    BUT, Sears and Kmart are using spyware. I have spent thousands on tools, appliances, tires, car batteries etc. I have decided to stop shopping at both stores! see the following or GOOGLE “Sears, spyware” http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2008/01/is_sears_engagi.html

  3. Jason says:

    Just don’t install their software and you don’t have to worry about spyware.

  4. Andrew C says:

    Also it appears that (until recently) anyone could look up what you bought online at Sears:

    http://www.benedelman.org/news/010408-1.html

  5. Zathrus says:

    The Sears spyware, while absolutely horrendous, has absolutely nothing to do with Craftsman Club.

    Did you even read Schneier’s piece?

    And yes, I know computer security well. Not as well as my wife though, who is CISSP certified.

    Note, they have finally disabled the software in question, after this info finally reached the general media.

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