Sears goes a little crazy - sweaters starting at 99 cents!

By Paul Michael on 16 October 2008 (Updated 16 November 2011) 10 comments

Very quick and super deal for you folks, to follow my vent on mortgages. And considering what I was saying, we need to save every penny we can. Anyway, Sears is going a little gaga and selling off a whole bunch of decent clothes for 90% off, sometimes more! How much more? Well, when you click on the link you'll be greeted by items that have been reduced from $20-$30 to just 99 cents. I'm not even sure you could find a deal like that for a used sweater at a charity store.

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As usual, these deals will go quickly and sizes will start to disappear fast. So, get over to Sears and get yourself some great deals (if you need them of course). If not for yourself, you could certainly fill up on gifts just in time for the holidays. I could find no indication of the sale expiration date, so take advantage of it while you can.

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The only sweaters I found there were $29.99 (five sweaters) and $19.99 (one sweater).

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Guest

I clicked the link and saw the 99 cent cardigan straight away, along with a $2.99 top. Are you blind?!

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I would never buy clothes that I could not try on first. Why don't you just take a wad a dollar bills, get in your car, drive down the highway, and throw them out the window?

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I wouldn't look good in women's sweaters. Not that I look good in men's sweaters.

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mention another great clearance sale? According to what I heard this morning, today marks the beginning of Linens 'N Things going-out-of-business clearance sale. And while it doesn't say so on their website, they do have a big red "All Sales Final No Returns" on there...

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Tanya

Sears has a pretty good return policy, so I wouldn't exactly call it tossing dollar bills out the window-- though I do find their quality to be low on many things.

They have a correspondingly good mens' sale.

Great tip on the LNT sale, I've been wanting to get a second set of my favorite sheets from there and waiting for the price to drop.

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Or isn't.

I tried to order one and they're out of stock.

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Danie

I actually found 6 items that would work great in my wardrobe. This sale was right on time, I had $50 budgeted for some new clothes and this helped. I got 6 things at $5.99 or less each!

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I took your advice and stopped by sears yesterday, bought couple of workout t-shirts (NordicTrack) and casual shorts for 99 cents each. It's a great deal. This got me thinking... Sears is definetely NOT making a loss on these 99 cents items, they definetely have some profit margins. The Original price on the shorts i bought was 14.99, then marked down for 4.99 and then it was finally sold for 99 cents. They must have sold atleast a few of these items at regular prices and marked down prices and made significant profits on those.

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Shane

Paul,

Can you write an article about the current and future prices of flat screen TVs? I'd love to know your opinion on whether it's best to buy one now, wait, or just not buy one at all with a recession looming.

Thanks!