Answers

3 answers

  1. Thank you Sue-b!

    Sorry about that juliemay, I thought I had added the calculations in there!

    Base points are the 10 points earned per $1 spent on a qualifying item, 9060 =$9.60. Bonus points are any extra points earned on the qualifying transaction, 90,000 =$90. (10 points = $0.01, 1000 points = $1.00, 5000 points = $5.00)

  2. Did you want to know how much money do those points equal? If so, Sears answer is not helpful at all to me. Sounds like jibber jabber.

  3. Hi juliemay!

    Welcome to the MySears Community!

    Base points are the 10 points earned per $1 spent on a qualifying item. Bonus points are any extra points earned on the qualifying transaction.

    For example: You made a $40 purchase, you would earn 400 base points. On this transaction you used a Bonus coupon to earn 10,000 points for making a $35 or more purchase. The 10,000 points earned for this offer would be Bonus points.

    Hope this helps in answering your question!

See More