JCPenney to Offer 1 Cent Deal on Select Brands

JCPenney to Offer 1 Cent Deal on Select Brands
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JCPenney’s first “Penney Days” sale is on.

This week, the department store chain is selling any kids or teens clothing or accessories item from its Arizona Jeans brand for 1 cent with the purchase of one item at the regular price.

This offer, which is available through Saturday, March 5, is valid in stores and online.

Future Penney Days sales will involve certain items sold for 1 cent in stores — with no additional purchase required — while supplies last, according to a recent news release from the publicly traded company.

These sales are part of JCPenney’s new campaign called “Get Your Penney’s Worth.” The news release explains:

The idea reinforces how the company is on a mission to ensure every shopping trip in stores and at jcp.com is worth the customer’s time, money and effort.

If you take advantage of Penney Days sales or similar offers online, don’t forget to shop JCPenney.com via a cash-back website like Ebates.com — you’ll get 10 percent cash back today, for example. Signing up, which you can do here, is fast and free and requires only an email address.

You can even get a $10 gift card to Walmart for signing up.

What’s your take on JCPenney’s new campaign and Penney Days sales? Share your thoughts with us below or on our Facebook page.

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