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Vacation Layaway: Searsvacation.com

July 3, 2012 by

Sears is now not only known for their appliances. The company just announced its new vacation site, Sears Vacations, and is making a splash in the travel and tourism industry with vacation layaway.

We’re all familiar with the process of layaway, but normally only think of it in terms of buying products and goods from retailers. Now, with Sears Vacations, travelers can book their trip with just a deposit and pay the rest over time. These flexible payments are set up on a schedule to allow you to go on the vacation of your dreams now, and worry about the final payments for the trip later.

Sears Vacations offers hotels, cruises, flights, car rentals and complete vacations for discounted rates. While the majority of the site operates like most other discount travel sites, the flexible payment option is definitely something new and unique to Sears Vacations.

Sears has their own Best Price Guarantee seal stamped on vacations as well, ensuring that they’ll beat competitors pricing and not charge any hidden booking fees.

The Sears Vacation layaway option might just be the thing you need if you’re itching for a vacation, but just can’t pony up the cash for the trip all at once. Browse the site’s 100 pre-paid vacations for ideas that will cost you less than $399, or do a search for a location you’ve been dying to go to.

For more information about Sears Vacations and the terms and conditions of their layaway option, check out the company’s vacation website.

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  1. Penny W. says:

    That’s actually a great gimmick! Hook them in, then get them pre-paying so they don’t cancel and are committed to buying a trip. Smart!


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