Expired: Up to 50% Off + Coupons Father's Day Event @Sears

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Sears takes up to 50% off select items as part of its Father's Day Event. Plus, opt for in-store pickup on select grill and patio items and get an extra 10% off via coupon ...

Purchase a wide variety of items in this sale.

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