Tuesday, October 15, 2013

About Shop Your Way

Many of you have asked me what the Shop Your Way Personal Shopper Program is about. Simply put, it's a free service for you. I would be your Virtual Personal Shopper and help you find the best deals on the things you are looking for as well as send you exclusive coupons for shopping online at Sears, K-Mart, Lands End and more! You will earn 10% back in points when you shop at these retailers. 

How do you sign up? It's easy, simply click this link. Make sure that you confirm that you want me, April Wray, to be your personal shopper. It will then give you a member ID number. Make sure to write this down!

The last step, and most important for me to get you those coupons and deals is to confirm that you want me as your personal shopper and confirm that you are not a Sears employee. Once you get to this screen, click the X in the right hand corner of the box where you will confirm that you are not a Sears Employee. If this step isn't done, I cannot send you coupons or help you find deals. 

That's it! You now have a FREE personal shopper!  Shop Your Way Members receive free shipping on many items and also exclusive discount prices vs non SYW Members. 

How do I get paid? I am a "virtual employee" of Sears so they pay me! You still get the same great deals and I earn a monthly paycheck from Sears for finding you these amazing deals. However, if I do not get clients and basically do my "job" I don't get paid. So thank you in advance to those that do sign up. I promise not to spam your inbox with messages. I will send you occasional coupons and if there is something specific you are looking for, simply shoot me an email and I can help you find the best deal! 

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