Don’t Shop Alone, Meet With An Expert
You have to admit that when you’re shopping for something new, especially something pricey, you tend to over analyze everything. Am I wrong? Whether you’re looking for a new refrigerator or washer and dryer, these items always seem to have one too many options. That’s why you need to try Sears’ Meet With An Expert service.
This new services allows shoppers to make an appointment to ask their hard hitting product questions and get them answered by a knowledgeable associate at their local Sears store. After finding the appliance you’re interested in purchasing or learning more about, click the ‘Meet with an expert in our store’ link and fill out the pop-up. In just a few moments you will have your reservation setup to speak with one of Sears’ many experts. All you need now is a list of questions you want answered by said expert.
The Meet With An Expert service is yet another genius addition to their growing list of super convenient and time-saving integrated retail options. Their other options include: In-Vehicle, Return and Exchange in five minutes or less; Shopping Recaps; Reserve It; and Expanded Free Store Pickup.
I’ve personally used their In-Vehicle, Return and Exchange when shopping for my brother’s birthday gift. Before leaving to the store I scheduled an in-vehicle exchange. It took them less than 4-minutes to exchange my items and send me on my way. I was beyond satisfied.
I would love for you to experience first hand what Sears ‘Meet With An Expert’ is all about. I’m giving away a $25 Sears Gift Card for you to personally try it out. All you have to do is tweet this blog url and include the following hashtags with your copy: #JoesDaily #MeetWithAnExpert. I will choose a winner on November 17th via Twitter.
Oh, and depending on when you may be reading this, be sure to check out Sears’ hot appliance deals and more during their upcoming Family & Friends event taking place on 11/8, a special highlight of their Veteran’s Day sale from 11/5-11/14.
This is a sponsored placement on behalf of Sears. While it is paid, you can rest assure I only accept sponsored campaigns with companies or products I would naturally write about.