Sears ‘Shop Your Way’ Offer: Earn A $90 Statement Credit

The best store credit card just keeps on giving. This time, the Sears ‘Shop Your Way’ Mastercard is offering a $90 statement credit when you spend $2,000 or more! That’s 4.5% cash back on top of what you’d normally earn!

About Sears ‘Shop Your Way’ Mastercard

The Sears ‘Shop Your Way’ Mastercard issued by Citi is the best store credit card available. I explain why this is in my in-depth review of this card.

People assume it’s just another typical store card, but au contraire my fellow ninjas. It’s a card that’s known to consistently offer “too good to be true” spending deals, like this here.

Sears ‘Shop Your Way’ $90 Statement Credit Offer

Attention Citi Sears ‘Shop Your Way’ cardholders – your credit card has another promotion!

From 10/20/2020 (or the date you activate the offer, whichever is later) through 12/18/2020, your Shop Your Way Mastercard will give you a $90 statement credit when you make purchases totaling $2,000 or more!

Check your email or login to your credit card account online and look to see if you can find and activate the offer.

Shop Your Way Mastercard offer: $90 statement credit

Other Shop Your Way cardholders are getting variations of this deal, including:

  • Spend $750 or more with your Citi Sears card from 10/20 through 12/18 and earn a $50 statement credit
  • Spend $500 or more with your Citi Sears card from 10/20 through 12/18 and earn a $35 statement credit


The Bottom Line

Remember to count only the spend amount after you’ve activated the offer.

Earning a $90 statement credit for spending $2,000 works out to be an additional 4.5% cash back rate on top of your regular card rewards. It also stacks with other offers you may receive during the same time frame.

This is why when I reviewed this card I called it the best store credit card available.

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments