Sears Veterans Day Sale 2014 helps social following

Veterans Day is normally a federal holiday, which is on November 11th and it celebrates those who have fought and served in the U.S. Armed Forces. As part of this special day Sears has started its sale, which has helped in its social media following.

Retailers such as Sears take full advantage of the ‘Veterans Day off’ by offering major discounts. Even though Sears has already started the ‘Veterans Day Sale’ the best discounts are the ‘Values & 3 Day Hot Buys.’

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Sears is offering 1108 products, and the sale ends on November 15, 2014. Sears have different categories such as featured deals, appliances, outdoor living, lawn & garden, tools, clothing and many more.

One hot buy on Sears at the moment as part of the Veterans Day 2014 sale is the RCA 32’’ 720p 60Hz LED HDTV LED32G30RQ on sale for only $189.99 instead of the normal $219.99. The extra 5 to 10% online discount ends Saturday, 11/8, 6 PM CST, even though the Sears sale event goes on until November 15th please remember it’s the next two days you will see more discounts. The special 3-day event ends on Saturday as reported by Product-Reviews.

Sears social media following is doing rather well, and even more so this time of year, and thanks to its sales the numbers will only but grow. The Sears Facebook page has 3,730,022 followers so far and climbing, 118K followers on Twitter and 14,904 on Google Plus – Follow Sears through these social media accounts for even more special deals and news.

Sears Veterans Day Sale 2014 helps social following

  • Michael

    I don’t think anyone will be getting preorders of any games from kmart/sears anytime soon.
    I spoke with a friend that handles merchandising and ordering for the distribution companies and guess what?
    Sears holding hasn’t paid their bills in months. So all deliveries of video games, videos, music and toys from most suppliers have stopped.
    Seems they will be going under pretty soon.

    Think I’ll stop by walmart and pickup a copy.

    Would have been sweet, but as they say
    “all good things must come to an end”