First off, when checking Amazon.com for the same item just to see the price, I see that Amazon.com is also selling it for $119.99. So not ONLY is Sears selling it for $119.99 but so is Amazon!
Second, I don't think Amazon.com has a program that get's you points from buying items from them. So not only would you be buying an item that's the same price as Amazon, but you would also be earning store credit.
Third, Amazon.com is online only, so they have less expenses to pay, like they don't have a ton of stores where you can go in and look at said items, and people to talk to about the items you want to buy. Like Sears does, so not only does Sears have an online site you can shop, but stores! So sometimes, they may sell stuff just a little bit more than what Amazon will because Amazon could afford to cut the price on their items. It's called economics, you should learn about it.
Fourth, this isn't a question it's a statement and complaint... a very poor one at that, and poorly written and spelled as well.
And last but not least, if you are going to call out Sears for their prices and then compare a website saying they are cheaper then you should probably check to make sure they are. It only makes you look foolish, and Sears is clearly the better place to buy from if you want to get better deals. Because Amazon doesn't take coupons, and doesn't give you points for shopping with them. So check online for a coupon Sears has the would work, maybe extra points, maybe you'll find one that takes something off.. who knows, but you didn't look because you clearly don't know how to look or shop for deals.