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In a struggling economy retailers come up with creative ways to move more products, even if it means cutting their profit margins.  You’ll see Sears’ latest marketing effort in the main aisles of their tool department — Craftsman Value display boxes, containing special versions of their best-selling products: tool bags, utility knives, tape measures, levels, and socket sets, to name a few.

The tool sets in the Value boxes come packaged with extra items, for the same price as the standard sets found elsewhere in the store. The 48″ level includes a free 10″ torpedo level;  the 16″ tool bag includes a free 12″ tool bag;  and the 18pc. socket set includes a free 4pc. wrench set.

These prices may not be the best you’ll ever find, but if you need a new socket set or a couple of tool bags, or you’re looking for some nice gifts for Father’s Day, take a look at the in-aisle displays at your local Sears for a pretty decent deal.  All items are available as long as quantities last locally, and no two stores will have the same selection.  Approximately 37 different value boxes have shipped out, and they’ll be replenished randomly over the next six months, so you’ll find a wide selection to choose from.

Sears [Corporate Site]


4 Responses to Dealmonger: Sears In-Store Craftsman Value Buys

  1. ToolGuyd says:

    Yup, it sounds like Sears has started preparing for Fathers’ Day shoppers. I wonder what else they have up their sleeves. Not that I’m too eager to find out – their recent sales have cleaned out my tool budget!

  2. Jereme Green says:

    O yeah I may have to buy myself a fathers day gift 🙂

  3. tony says:

    Went to Sears recently looking for a tool to pull nails from my flooring and could not find anything that would work. Went home and search Amazon and found the NailJack. Wow, I had to buy two, one for me and one for my father.

  4. russ says:

    I have seen these things since January at the Sears near where I work. If my recollection is correct some items are sorted by price…$5, $10, etc. I also go to the discontinued area. Occasionally you can find something useful and cheap. It has been awhile since I have visited. Thanks for the reminder.

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