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General Info
Sears Outlet in Milpitas, CA offers top brand home and major appliances at deep discounts and a great selection of lawn and garden products. Shop our inventory of refrigerators, dishwashers, washers, dryers, microwaves, lawn mowers, air conditioner units, and more, and save up to 70% off retail prices! Come by and get to know us!

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Fax: (408) 719-1021

Payment method
cash, check, master card, visa
Great Mall
Major Appliances, Discount Stores, Tools, Hardware Stores, Outlet Stores, Department Stores, Kitchen Accessories, Builders Hardware
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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Sears Outlet Great Mall hidden charges

Bought Kenmore water softener at Sears Outlet at Great Mall. The softener was cheaper than at regular Sears store but installation and other charges were the same. Lots of miscommunication with salesmen at the Outlet. When installer arrived, which was $227 to install, he asked for
another $150 for plumbing. This charge was never revealed to us by the sales staff and was not in the agreement. Very unhappy about last minute charges and confusing and contradictory info. from sales staff. Cost us an arm and a leg anyway.



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Very satisfied -Especially for Frankie!

I went there with my wife and purchased one Samsung refrigerator (resale new price $1699, we bought at $925). We are very happy with sales person sepacially one guy named Frnkie who is great and very very helpful.

Remember the outlet usually have only two or three staffs who run around trying to help people. Just be patient and look aroud to find your model/types first and then ask them questions. Be understandable is critical.

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