Top 5 Reasons to Buy Your Kenmore Appliance at Amazon

January 16, 2018 by Jason Loper

As an avowed introvert, I am a big fan of online shopping. From groceries and household goods to clothes and shoes, purchasing stuff online and having it brought directly to my house is one my favorite features of the 21st century. And now that Kenmore appliances are available at Amazon, we can now count appliances – both large and small – as joining the list of things that are easily purchased online.

5 Reasons to Buy Kenmore at Amazon

1. You don’t have to leave your house. Or talk to humans.
This is by far the most compelling reason to buy a new Kenmore appliance at Amazon. Skip the brick and mortar, sit back in your favorite chair and do your appliance shopping from the comfort of your own home.

2. You select your delivery date during checkout.
Lest you think that your appliance will be dropped at your front door like any other Amazon order, rest assured knowing that you’ll schedule your delivery during checkout. You’ll be prompted to select a delivery date and time window before you complete your order and then the delivery team will contact you with more details.

3. Delivery and hook-up are included in the price.
Unlike some retailers, the price your pay for your new appliance includes delivery and hook-up. Plus, the delivery team will haul away your old appliance.

4. It’s all inclusive.
Your new appliance will arrive with all the cables, hoses and other installation accessories required to get you up and running. The delivery team from Innovel will hook up your appliance and make sure it’s in working order before leaving.

5. Kenmore has you covered.
Whether you buy your new Kenmore appliance at Amazon or Sears, you’re still backed by the reliable service of a 100+ year old brand. If you require service for your new Kenmore appliance, simply contact the Kenmore Customer Care team.

Convinced? Visit the Kenmore Brand Store at Amazon to shop the full selection of Kenmore appliances.

Jason Loper

Jason Loper is a self-professed doyen of the domestic arts. In other words, he hasn’t met a household project he hasn’t enjoyed tackling. His latest project is renovating a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed American System-Built Home in Iowa.