The new site is up, with 100 pre-paid vacation plans priced under $399, at https://www1.searsvacations.co.....h=KU7HGU7N
Personally I would approach the layaway option with caution, because layaway is not always a cheaper financial decision, and if I can't afford a vacation I would just skip it this year and save up for the next one. If you do check it out, be sure to read the fine print regarding late payment fees and airline booking fees.
Layaway used to be reserved for big-ticket items like televisions or leather couches. Now, you can use it for your summer vacation.
On Wednesday, Sears will unveil searsvacations.com, a new site and service in which customers can book hotels, cruises, car rentals and flights, as well as 100 pre-paid vacation packages starting at $399. And you can put any of those packages on layaway.
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