JCPenney Has Carter’s Pajama Sets On Sale For 65% Off
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It’s never too early to stock up on holiday gifts for the family. And what better present for the kids in your life than a comfy set of pajamas?
For a limited time, JCPenney is selling some Carter’s pajama sets at more than 65-percent off the regular price of $26. That means you can score a pretty awesome three-piece set for as little as $8.99 — and you don’t even need a promo code!
This is an online-only deal, though, so head over to JCPenney.com right now before the outfits sell out.
8/18/18 *UPDATE*: There are still a handful of styles available for sale, most of which are listed for 65% off.
And there are several sets of pajamas to choose from. If the little one in your life loves kittens, then get them this adorable three-piece gray and purple set featuring a white cat with glasses, on sale for $8.99. Or you could gift them this star-spangled four-piece PJ set, going for $7.99. Also, unicorns!
Does your kid like the ocean? Then they’ll have a whale of a time with this three-piece blue and white pajama set.
Or, if they love animals, you can snag the safari-themed version instead. Both are going for $8.99 — 65 percent off the original $26 ticket price.
Oh, and there’s also this sweet set for the kid who’s obsessed with dinosaurs (what kid isn’t?)!
But that’s not the only baby-related news to come from JCPenney. The retailer also announced this week that on Aug. 30, it will launch a new baby department within 500 select stores.
“We’ve strategically chosen these 500 JCPenney locations because the majority of the stores are near a specialty baby retailer that has recently closed its doors,” James Starke, senior vice president and head of merchandising at JCPenney, said in a statement.
Here are some images there were released with the statement: