$10 off any $10 or more Liz Claiborne purchase at JC Penney

Here is a HOT new JC Penney printable coupon for $10 off any Liz Claiborne purchase of $10 or more. Exp. 10/1/11 *Please note that this is a one time use coupon!

Thanks Queenbee Coupons!

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  • Julie

    I question this coupon. There is no way to use it on-line and when I did an internet search to see if I could find anything on it, I can’t. The closest I see is 10% off, not $10.00 off.

  • Angela

    There is no code on this. It was intended to be sent by email to certain people.

  • Isha Patel

    They sent the code by email to jcp rewards members.You have to have a code with a validation number.

  • Brenda

    I used this coupon today and I got 2 pairs of earrings for $4. These will make great gifts!

  • JCPenney

    The coupon prints from someone’s personal Cheetamail account (that you will see on the bottom of the page). I’ve checked many blogs with this coupon and they all have the same coupon except for one that has the letters MC-with a bunch of numbers along side the letters. This is a one time use coupon (as I found out at the store tonight). The other coupons that don’t have the MC-numbers is because someone whited them out. The barcode is also totally bogus and was made by someone and put on the coupon.

    By tomorrow morning I bet all the stores in the USA get an email not to accept these coupons.

    Good luck. We got 2 pushed through tonight……… but we didn’t know that they were bogus at the time.

  • cheryl

    I think it is really important as coupon users that we are honoring of the stores we shop, and their policies. Coupons are a great way to save money, only if they are used for their intended purpose. For example, this one is fradulent. I do not think that it is wise to be publishing something that is fradulent, in any context. Especially if it was sent as a reward to one customer for their purchases.
    Would it not be great if we all operated with honor for one another and not for just ourselves. Please in the future consider if your postings are truly Common Sense with Money,