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Free 6 Month Shop Your Way MAX Membership for Military & Veteran Members = FREE Shipping + More

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Shop Your Way Max

If you’re a member of the Military or a Veteran, here’s a sweet offer available for you (no credit card required)! Head on over here to score a FREE 6 month membership of Shop Your Way Max. As listed below, Shop Your Way Max  gives you many great benefits both at Sears.com and at Kmart.com. This free membership will last throughout the holidays and beyond! Sweet!

Shop Your Way Max

With a Shop Your Way MAX membership, you’ll receive the following benefits:

*FREE 6-month trial exclusively for Military and Veterans new to MAX
*FREE 2-Day Shipping on many Sears and Kmart items
*FREE Standard Shipping on millions of items
*No obligation to continue and no automatic charge
*Unlimited FREE shipping, no minimum order size

Shop Your Way

To sign up, for your Free membership:

*Head over here and Verify military affiliation through Troop ID
*Share your Troop ID with Sears.com and Sign in or create an account with Shop Your Way
*Get 6 months of Shop Your Way MAX for FREE

Keep in mind that your membership will not automatically enroll so if you loved being a MAX member during your first 6 months, you’ll need to pay the $79 annual membership to renew. To get started, head on over here and click on Join Max (note that if you have previously had a trial Shop Your Way MAX membership, then you will likely not be able to sign up for another free trial).

(Thanks, Gina!)

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8 Hip Readers Commented

  • jenn says:

    Links don’t work?

  • Karen says:

    My SYW trial period was suppose to end on the 7th of this month. On the 8th I was looking at my account and noticed now it expires February 7th next year! Pretty cool!

  • April Townsend says:

    Thank you so much! This is awesome and was so easy to sign up for!

  • Jess says:

    Troop ID does not verify active duty prior to 1985. If you were before then, no trial for you, I guess.

  • RT says:

    How is this for veterans? I never had a troop ID when I was in the Navy 14 years ago?

  • Jennifer says:

    Thank you!

  • Cindy Hughes says:

    I signed up yesterday. My credit card was charged, so I guess there was an error connecting to Troop ID. I emailed yesterday asking to cancel & credit my card with no reply. I called this morning and the rep said it can’t be cancelled. I insisted on speaking to a supervisor, and asked for one in America. I got someone who said she was a supervisor (obvious to me, not in America) who said she would credit my card, but haven’t received any email to verify it. Now I’m stuck waiting to see if I’ll have to dispute it with my credit card company. After I was charged, I read the fine print & I shouldn’t have had to put in a credit card at all. My error, but they sure aren’t doing anything to retain me as a customer. Fail for me. :(

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