Sunday, December 15, 2013
This holiday season seems to be the busiest time of the year. Between shopping, untangling lights, wrapping (or unwrapping) and baking dozens of cookies, my regular life doesn't press pause. You can only read so much articles on 'holiday hacks' before you realize that unlike the miracle of Santa getting down a chimney, there is no Christmas miracle for making the holidays less busy.
You can, however, find little ways to relieve the stress and smile more. One way I've found is by using free in store pickup and earning more points (with ShopYourWayRewards) while shopping. Both Sears and Kmart offer $10 back in points when you spend $59 and free in store pickup, letting you earn more points while shopping thousands of gifts online in the comfort of your own home before picking up your items in store in 5 minutes guaranteed (or whenever you're ready).
With in-store pickup you'll avoid lines, busy stores and the wasted time of walking down every aisle. The bow on top: You can have a friend or relative pick up your order and pay in store with cash, if you prefer. Now it's no question that you should do your holiday shopping at Sears and Kmart while earning more points and try the free in store pickup at Sears or Kmart but there's now a question of, what will you do with more free time over the holidays and your extra points?
A few ideas include:
- give yourself a gift using your points,
- making gingerbread houses with the kids or
- simply putting your feet up and enjoying the view of the Christmas tree with presents purchased at Sears and Kmart.
Disclosure: This post was presented by Mami Innovative Media, this is a sponsored post on behalf of Sears and Kmart. All opinions expressed here are my own.
Anita is a Latina wife and mom of 2 children. A soon to be teenager 12 yr old boy and a sassy 7 yr old girl. We shares movies, entertainment, food recipes, fashion, shopping, money saving tips,DIY, travel and family activities. All of her tips with her readers. Connect with her at firstname.lastname@example.org