Earn A Free Sears Gift Certificate With The 2010 Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry

by Hank

The 2010 Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry is now open for members of the military and their families to register to receive Sears Gift Certificates in order to help offset the cost of Christmas for military families. In 2009, over 20,000 military families participated in the Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry program and received more than $6.7 million in gift card donations from Sears’ customers and employees.

How To Register For The Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry

Go to the 2010 Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry website and fill out the simple registration form to apply to the program. But, hurry! The Registry is currently scheduled to end on October 15, 2010.

Sears Heros at Home Wish Registry

How Does The Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry Work?

The Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry provides evenly distributed donations to all registered members in the form of a Sears Gift Card. Sears currently plans to send members of the military in the program electronic gift cards on or around November 23rd, December 21st, and January 7th, 2011. The gift card can be used on any Kmart, Sears, Great Indoors or Lands’ End merchandise online, in-store, by phone, or through the Wishbook catalog.

Who Can Apply For The Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry

The Sears Heroes at Home Wish Registry is only open to active duty members of the U.S. Military. Be sure to register using member of the military’s name and date of birth exactly as recorded by the United States Department of Defense. Do not register using a spouse or other family member’s name and information.

This application form will be open on October 13, 2010 at 9 am CST and is currently scheduled to close on October 15, 2010 at 6pm CST. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Ryan October 13, 2010 at 10:49 am

What an awesome promotion. I’ve shared this on twitter and my site to help get the word out. Great deal for active duty members and their families! 🙂

JoAnna October 13, 2010 at 12:58 pm

When I entered all the information and clicked “submit application” it took forever and then it told me that “Internet explorer could not open the webpage” so how do I know if my application actually went through or not? Will I get sent a confirmation e-mail or will they call the numbers I provided? Thanks

Hank October 13, 2010 at 5:22 pm

JoAnna – I have been told that the website has crashed today with the incredible traffic it received. I would continue to try and resubmit your application. I was able to register myself before I wrote about it early this morning. When you complete the registration process, the website tells you that they will email you at the email you provided. And, when the certificates are finally issued, they will email those as well.

Brittney October 14, 2010 at 10:41 am

when i visited it said the site was temporarily closed. Should i assume they closed the registration early and give up?

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