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JC Penney Now Shipping To Canada For Only $9 When You Spend $100


JC Penney are making it easier for Canadians to shop across the border online.

They now display pricing in Canadian dollars, calculate duties and taxes at checkout to ensure you do not pay additional fees on delivery and have a $9 flat rate shipping cost when you spend $100+.

Click here to shop online at JC Penney.


13 Responses to “JC Penney Now Shipping To Canada For Only $9 When You Spend $100”

  1. Natalka says:

    Anyone know about customs/duty for this?

  2. Traveller says:

    You still have to pay Customs Canada fees, which can be ginormous.
    Not a deal.
    J C Penney should set up their own mail depot n the Canadian side of the border, so the customer doesn’t get slammed with import fees.

    Or J c Penney should just bite the bullet and come north, just like Target, Marshalls, Lowes, Home Depot, Victoria’s Secret (Pink), etc.

  3. VeeVee says:

    They calculate taxes and duties at check out. I have never made customs when ordering from JCP. I love this store!

  4. FallenPixels says:

    I checked. I added $105 of stuff
    $9 shipping
    $26 duties, taxes and brokerage (you would pay necessary US taxes on it plus border taxes, so that seems fairly fair)

  5. FallenPixels says:

    That is with an Ontario address where HST is paid

  6. Natalka says:

    Thanks, guys!

  7. Janice Cho-Chi says:

    “(you would pay necessary US taxes on it plus border taxes”

    No, you wouldn’t. Don’t lie!

  8. Janet says:

    VERY DISAPPOINTED, WOULD NEVER ORDER FROM JCPENNY TO CANADA AGAIN. My order came to just over $128.00 at the check out, which included shipping, taxes and duty. I spoke to someone at jcpenny to see what I would be charged if for some reason I had to return, I was told NO CHARGE I do have to send it back and I am being charged big time, my credit card was originally charged $128.00 and I am only getting a credit for $89.00. THEY ARE CHARGING ME OVER $36.00 to RETURN…SO IN TOTAL TO HAVE IT SHIPPED HERE AND RETURNED I HAVE LOST $70.00 each blanket was just over $40.00…SO UPSET AND THINK TWICE BEFORE ORDERING FROM JCPENNY.

  9. Tony Steward says:

    In order to open an account with JCP Canadians must go to a store in the USA.
    From the Northern territories this means a drive of over 1000 miles each way for me it means a ferry rides there and back. At a cost of nearly $200.00 .
    The JCP website invites us to shop at JCP and then proceeds to make it difficult.
    I am sure this is not what JCP Marketing had in mind.
    Just change the application form to include Canada’s Provinces and Postal codes. Other US companies do. Like Haband

  10. TheresaBruce says:

    Shop on line at Macys. It is set up to accomadate Canadians.

  11. Brenda says:

    It’s great that they have this service … but very frustrating that certain brands are not available for shipping to Canada (e.g. Lulu brand purses). They have no problem selling them to me when I’m in the US at their store and Canada customs doesn’t care when I bring one back to Canada …

  12. Charlene says:

    Yeah what the heck is up with the picky selection of what can ship to Canada?! Don’t say you do international shipping and get my hopes up and have me fill my shopping cart just for you to inform me that EVERY SINGLE ITEM in my cart doesn’t ship to Canada. What a load of BS. So much wasted time….

  13. Kevin says:

    Just bought a Claiborne suit regular $540 CAD and with 60% off and an additional Presidents Day discount of 20% my order came to $175.00 plus $9 shipping and $20 tax and duty for a total of $204.00 CAD. Amazing deal. And it was shipped on a Monday and I got it Tuesday. Definitely going to be buying more. Plus they threw in a coupon for 15% off of a future purchase.

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