How to Order From JCPenney's

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J.C. Penney used to be a staple in the catalog industry. That staple became undone in 2011, when the company stated catalogs would no longer be a part of J.C Penney’s business plan. If you’re someone who enjoys ordering items from catalogs, that may be bad news, but the good news is J.C. Penney is focusing on E-Commerce, so you can still order items from the seat of your computer chair. Once you choose the items you wish to purchase, all that’s left is entering a credit card number and J.C. Penney will ship you the item.

Visit JCPenney.com. Click on one of the main categories at the top of the page, such as “Women” or “Shoes.” A new page will open that displays the category of your choice.

Select a secondary category on the left side of the page, such as shirts and watches. Narrow your results further by choosing a brand, size or any other qualities that apply. Click on the item you’re interested in buying.

Select a secondary category on the left side of the page, such as shirts and watches. Narrow your results further by choosing a brand, size or any other qualities that apply. Click on the item you’re interested in buying.

Choose any other available qualities, such as color, size and quantity. You can also magnify the item by clicking the “+” icon under the picture of the item. Click “Add to bag” if you’d like to purchase the item. The estimated shipping cost will appear. Click “Checkout.”

Fill out the billing and contact forms. Select your desired shipping. You can ship the item to your house, your local J.C. Penney store, another house or a residence outside of the U.S. Click “Continue.”

Review your order summary. You can remove the item or edit the item if you wish. Click “Credit card” or “Gift card” as your payment option. Enter your payment information and click “Place your order.” JCPenney will send you a confirmation email once your order is placed.

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