Update 11/15/17: Unfortunately, it looks like this deal has expired! However, JCPenney is now offering up to 44 percent off select pairs of boots.
JCPenney has a crazy good deal going on right now.
When you buy one pair of boots, you can get two additional pairs for free.
It seems almost too good to be true, but it isn’t! We double-checked.
There’s no clear end date to this deal, JCPenney only says while supplies last. So if you’re in the market for three new pairs of boots, you’d better act fast.
We found this deal online and it’s not clear whether you’ll be able to get the same bargain in your local JCPenney store. You should call ahead and ask whether they are also running the same sale, or whether it’s limited to online purchases.
When you’re browsing on the JCPenney website, make sure you see a little not written in red that says “Buy 1 Get 2 Free,” as it appears that not all boots qualify.
And of course, as is usually the case with deals like this, the two pairs you get for free must be of equal or lesser value to the pair you’re paying for.
This would be a great way to buy someone on your Christmas list a new pair of cute boots!
Here are just a sampling of the cute styles you can get with this deal:
Arizona York Bootie
This adorable bootie comes in chestnut, black and sand (which is out of stock at the moment). It’s priced at just $59.
Arizona Katy Slouch Boots
These slouch boots come in black, grey and brown and they’re priced at $59.
Arizona Lexi Bootie
These wedge booties would be perfect with jeans—and they come in three colors. They’re priced at $59.
Liz Claiborne Elsie Shooties
These “shooties” are perfect for dressing up or dressing down in black or wine. They’re priced at $69.
Arizona Bridget Winter Boots
Need a new pair of comfy winter boots? This pair is priced at $89 and comes in four colors.
Which boots will you snag during this awesome sale? Will you keep all three pairs for yourself, or give a few away as gifts?
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