Sale Pricing!
Posted: 2008-11-30. Categories: JCPenney

I just have a question…

What is the period of timea store, such as J.C. Penney, is required to credit a sale price if I purchased an item several days before it went on sale and was not informed of the upcoming sale?

Shouldn’t the store credit me the difference in the purchase price and the
sale price?

Thank you for your response.

Janice Perkins

1 Comment to "Sale Pricing!"

  1. Retail Bandit says:

    Dear Janice,

    Each store sets their own policy. There is no law that requires a store to provide you credit of the difference of the price you paid and the new sale price.

    However, most stores will issue a refund of the difference or provide store credit for up to two-weeks.

    After checking JCPenney’s website I see that most items sold have a 90-return policy, there are exceptions of course. So, if the refuse to give you credit for the difference, you can opt to simply return the item and re-purchase if you so desire.

    Remember while shopping over the holidays to save those receipts.