Strange half-hearted launch from Sears, with SearsVacations.com. Looks more like something the third-party provider International Cruise and Excursions coaxed Sears into.
The service…allows consumers to put their vacations on hold and pay them off gradually or purchase prepaid vacation packages that can be financed over time. Customers can also buy vacations using Sears credit cards.
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