|Kidvantage club is Free|
What is the Sears Kidvantage Club. As explained on the website:
- It's easy, you can sign up at the register at the store (so buying the above jeans is not auto enrollement)
- For every $100 spent on kids or infant clothing or shoes you receive a %15 off coupon for infants or childrens clothing
- The Wear Out Warranty If your infant or child wears out the clothing or shoes before the child grows out of them Sears will replace it FREE (only available in brick and mortar locations)
|Robeez look a likes offered at Sears|
I thought and thought. I don't think she has worn through any one item yet, even at three years of age. Except maybe a few pairs of socks. Even her soft Hello Kitty slippers look practically brand new. In fact, I have several bags of infant-toddler clothing in bags she outgrew that are still in almost brand new condition (some of which were handed down to me from other moms)
In all honesty, this is beginning to seem like a marketing ploy.
Unless you're talking about an age where your child is at a growing standstill or they have a favorite pair of pajamas I don't ever see a situation where they might actually wear through something. It might be a good idea for sports-wear clothing/sneakers for your child, or other situations where they are particularly rough on items of clothing, but otherwise.
I'd like your input, what do you think of Sears Wear Out Warranty?