Committed to our Members, Kmart and our Transformation

Last week, we announced a partnership between Shop Your Way®, Sears Auto Centers and Uber. This is another example of how we are transforming Sears Holdings to focus on serving our Shop Your Way members in a wide variety of ways. You should expect additional partnerships over time emphasizing our Shop Your Way business and demonstrating ways that we will bring value to our members’ lives every day … Continue Reading »

Attention Kmart Shoppers, Bluelight Specials are Back!

Attention Kmart Shopper, Bluelight is back

First introduced in 1965, the Bluelight Special was the brainchild of former Kmart assistant manager Earl Bartell. Almost immediately, it was adopted as an American icon synonymous with great values, fun and excitement. Fast forward to 50 years later and we’re really pleased to announce the original flash sale is back in a major way – as Kmart reintroduces it in stores, online and via mobile app … Continue Reading »

Shopping for Appliances Made Easier at Sears with Digital Product Signs

New digital signs

At Sears Holdings, we continuously seek new ways to make shopping more convenient for our members. We also look for ways to reduce manual tasks by automating them for our store associates so they can spend more time assisting our members. … Continue Reading »

Expanding Free Store Pickup: Bringing Kmart to Your Nearest Sears Store and Sears to Your Nearest Kmart Store


At Sears Holdings, we continue to look for more ways to make shopping easier for our Shop Your Way members and customers. We were one of the first retailers to introduce Buy Online, Pick up in Store over 12 years ago and we continue to introduce integrated offerings to help our members and customers shop on their own terms … Continue Reading »

Are the new ideas about how retail is changing really new?

Data about the 2013 holiday season from a wide variety of retailers is feeding a growing consensus: store traffic has decreased significantly across the industry and may never return to previous levels.1 We don't disagree with these conclusions, but we're not at all sure that they are new … Continue Reading »