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Waited Till the Last Minute for Family Holiday Photos? Get a FREE 8×10 Print and Waived Sitting Fees at JCPenney

December 21, 2015
by Jamie Cattanach
Contributor

Need a new family portrait this Christmas? A cute photo of your infant in a Santa hat? A fun shot with your pet?

Or maybe you simply want to reuse that Santa Suit you wore to grab a free Auntie Anne’s pretzel?

At JCPenney, you can get photos taken — and receive an 8×10 print — without paying a dime.

We know we’re not the only ones who left our holiday photos till the last minute, so we figured this was a deal worth sharing!

What’s the Deal on This Free Portrait?

When you present this coupon, the JCPenney portrait studio will waive your sitting fees, which normally cost $9.99 per person.

Then, pick your favorite photo and grab an 8×10 print, all for FREE.

If you find you can’t stop at just one family photo (whether it’s adorable… or awkward), here’s some good news: the coupon also gets you 40% off the photo package you choose — although some restrictions apply, including digital image files, so be careful there if you’re planning to turn one of your photos into a belated holiday card.

Posed for Savings

It’s easy to take advantage of this deal: all you have to do is head on down to your participating JCPenney with the coupon in hand. But before you go, wouldn’t you like to save just a little bit more?

That’s what we thought! So here’s an additional Penny Hoarder tip: Grab a $60 JCPenney gift card for just $50 on Ebay. The gift card code will be emailed to you, so bring your smartphone along on your holiday photography trip.

This freebie is only good through December 31. We’ve heard they’re selling quickly, so don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Your Turn: Will you grab this deal to score some updated family photos this holiday season?

Disclosure: We appreciate you letting us include affiliate links in this post. It helps keep the beer fridge stocked in the Penny Hoarder break room.

Jamie Cattanach (@jamiecattanach) is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder. She also writes other stuff, like wine reviews and poems.

by Jamie Cattanach
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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