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(AP)   JCPenney "every day" pricing causes loss of customers...every day   ( ) divider line
    More: Obvious, J.C. Penney, consumer researches, big year  
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3738 clicks; posted to Business » on 16 May 2012 at 5:37 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-05-16 06:46:22 AM  
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Last month, I ordered a jumbo pillow case from JC Penney's mail order service for $12. Shipping cost if I arranged to pick it up at Penney's: $8. Shipping cost if I arranged to have it shipped to my door: $8. Ok, then. I'll have it shipped to my door and Penney's loses the opportunity to sell me things on impulse at their store. Envelope arrives a week later.


The pillow case, folded, is the size of a handkerchief.

Since it was advertised as "microfiber" I was expecting something bulky and fluffy like my microfiber comforter, especially for $20 including $8 shipping. Turns out, it's just a super tight weave that is mostly air-tight, like parachute fabric.

I feel like I bought the "7-foot tall remote-controlled ghost" from the back of a frickin' comic book.
2012-05-16 02:53:41 PM  
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WhoIsWillo: They should just pull a Kohl's. Have everyday low prices, but call it a sale to get people into the store.

/ I go there because there's no pesky salespeople trying to get me to buy stuff I don't need.
// I did accidentally end up with a pair of Navy slacks this way, being colorblind.

I'm convinced that Sleep Train keeps opening and closing one store somewhere so it can have a "grand opening" sale for all the time periods not covered by major holidays.
2012-05-16 02:20:41 AM  
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