Sears promotes a service to compete with Amazon Prime

11/7/2010 | Internet Retailer

Shoppers at Sears.com and Kmart.com have the option of paying a $79 annual fee for free shipping on products sold on the two sites, excluding purchases from third-party sellers and big-ticket items that require a set delivery time. It's one of several new membership services aimed at competing with Amazon Prime; others include ShopRunner, launched last month by a group of national retailers including the Sports Authority and Toys R Us.

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