Sunday, December 6, 2015

FREE Beauty Blender Solid Deluxe Sample at Sephora Inside JCPenney (No Purchase Necessary)

Many thanks to reader @beckicoupons on Instagram for this one!

Now through 1/5, go to your local Sephora Inside JCPenney and pick up a FREE Beauty Blender Solid deluxe sample, no purchase necessary! 

If you are new to these Sephora Inside JCPenney coupons:

You MUST be a registered Beauty Insider to get this freebie (I'm guessing you already are, if you're reading this!). I have never had an issue with just showing them this image on my phone, but you can print this from my blog if you want to be safe. Most of the time, the sale associates are already fully aware of these freebies, and they may not even ask you to show them the coupon. They just need the code (4580229). Again, this freebie does not require a purchase--it states "no purchase necessary" right in the fine print below the code. 

Thanks again, @beckicoupons, for the awesome tip!


  1. How does one get these special coupons? I'm signed up to receive Sephora emails, but obviously didn't get this. Also, I can't enlarge the coupon image on this post, so I'm not sure it will print very well. Any advice?

    1. I've been trying to figure out how to get alerts for these SJCP coupons for years now. I wish I could tell you! These are completely separate from regular Sephora emails. I rely solely on readers who are nice enough to share these when they're available, so I post them whenever I get a heads up.

      To enlarge the photo, right click on the image and open in new tab or window. It will be full size that way.

    2. I asked a sales rep at a sephora inside jcp who told me that she thinks you can receive these coupons them when you sign up for a jcp credit card!

    3. Thanks for the info! I can't find any answer on how we get these when I Google it either!

  2. It's depressing to say this, but I'm not even going to try to get one. The ladies at my S @ JCP always look down their noses at me and say they ran out. This is why I stopped shopping there along with a few other reasons. I still might pick up something online a couple of times a year, but that's it. Ulta gets 99% business now.

  3. Are you sure it's not just your perception? Not at all to be snobby about what's a fancy dept store or not, but I can't imagine why someone who works at jcpenney would look down their noses at anyone. And if they were, just give them attitude right back. The store offersd a promotion and you decided to go accept it. If they have run out, that's that. No reason to feel like anyone has a right to look down on you. Geez.

    1. Definitely sure! My son went in once with his wife and said he would never go back in there again because of the way they were treated. My d-i-l is good at dishing it right back to someone, but I don't play those games. I'm a paying customer. If you want my money then I expect to be treated courteously and with a little respect. I have no problem driving down the road to Ulta where I get treated like a valued customer.

  4. I think it might be your perception. I work for Sephora inside JCP and have experienced this many times from many customers who think we are lying about running out of products. We never would purposely hold out on anything for our customers, however what customers don't seem to understand is that sometimes either the coupon comes out very soon and we have yet to receive the sample product or they send VERY limited amounts and only one time and we have in fact run out. The coupons are usually only sent to those who have a jcp credit card and therefore when shared with other customers who didn't in fact receive the coupon directly or who have gotten it online we do tend to run out because we are honoring the coupon from anyone who has it rather than those who received it directly. Please consider the full situation rather than blaming Sephora employees. We will also try to substitute to make the customer happy if we are out of something or make a personal sample of the clients choice.


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