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JCPenney: Extra 30% Off Orders $100+ During Columbus Day Sale

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JCPenney: Extra 30% Off During Columbus Day Sale

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great thank you
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This is why Christopher Columbus is one of the greatest human beings to ever live!!! 30% off at JC Penney!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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It's better to wait for them to go out of business, then the liquidation sale will be 80% off LOL
Pennies is like Sears. Been "going out of business" for as long as I can remember, lol.
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Amazing you have to spend $49 to get "ship to store". Do they not realize that store pickup brings people physically into the store which is half their battle? They spend loads in online marketing and physical print/mail which probably has low results on their dollars spent. Their costs to ship to store should be considered a customer acquisition cost.
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Amazing you have to spend $49 to get "ship to store". Do they not realize that store pickup brings people physically into the store which is half their battle? They spend loads in online marketing and physical print/mail which probably has low results on their dollars spent. Their costs to ship to store should be considered a customer acquisition cost.
Where a typical store is concerned, yes, but have you been in a JCP ... getting people into the store is only the START of their battle. laugh out loud
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Unless JCPennys and Sears get new mgmt., they are going out of business for sure... the CEOs have been liquidating assets by selling to their friends at a huge discount... it's a shame.
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I have to say that I feel like JCP is doing a better job than sears... the online shopping experience is a lot easier than sears.

I get great deals at jcp, this weekend they are offering the 10 off 25 which is worth a trip to the store for me.
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