J.C. Penney Ramps Up Black Friday Deals

J.C. Penney is ramping up its holiday savings beginning November 20 through Black Friday weekend, November 25-28, with deals on a wide variety of offerings.

While consumers are already seeing Black Friday deals throughout November, shoppers will start seeing new discounts on thousands of Black Friday items in every department beginning Friday, November 20, the company said. The home store offers value on gifts for the chef, homemaker, or techie from brands like Cuisinart, Cooks J.C. Penney Home, and Sharper Image.

For those in need of fresh ideas for everyone on their list, J.C. Penney’s “Gift Merry” themes offer a selection of curated items: including Gift Joy, which takes a playful twist on traditions; Gift Dreams, which focuses on cultivating comfort and relaxation inside the home; Gift Wellness, which encourages keeping loved ones safe with masks, gloves, and ultraviolet sanitizers; and Gift Fun, which blends fashion and function with unique gifts found in Penney Lane.

The retailer will also host “JCP Live” each Friday at 11 a.m. CST until December 18 on Facebook, YouTube, and on its website, offering shoppers unique insight into the hottest holiday items. During each segment, influencer guests join the stream to highlight merchandise, such as Home Expressions 30-piece dinnerware, the PowerXL Vortex air fryer, and the Sharper Image s’mores maker.

“With fresh gift ideas at every turn and deals earlier than ever, J.C. Penney is here to inspire customers this holiday however they choose to shop,” said Jill Soltau, CEO, J.C. Penney. “Shoppers will notice a sense of newness and excitement in the air at Penney’s this year, and we are thrilled to do our part to make the holidays convenient, safe, and every bit as special as years past. Our expanded product offerings and partnerships with new national brands, along with the recent launch of our new Styleisure apparel brand, Stylus, are sure to make the season even more memorable as customers enjoy the comforts of home and the traditions that matter most.”