JC Penney Salon: FREE Kids’ Haircuts every Sunday

Happy Money Saver

Due to overwhelming response to their first free haircut deal over the summer, JC Penney Salons are offering up another incredible deal!

Every Sunday in November, kids in grades K-6th can get a FREE haircut at JC Penney Salons. For a location nearest you, click here. I’d highly suggest calling to book your appointment ahead of time, as appointment slots are sure to fill up FAST.

Also – don’t forget that through the end of October, Breast Cancer Survivors can also get a FREE haircut and style.

Thanks, Common Sense with Money! 4 Comments

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Comments

  1. When I made my kids’ appointments, the ladies at the salon said they were going to keep doing free kids’ haircuts on Sundays indefinitely. That was the one at Columbia Center. Your local salon may have a different policy.

  2. I took my two girls in to get their hair cut when it was free in August, and I was so disappointed with the results. :( Both of my daughters held very still, but on my 5 year old it was incredibly choppy and uneven. She had an A-line cut and I asked that the lady trim it up in the same fashion but she did the opposite! My daughter’s hair was short in the back and longer in the front and the stylist cut it short in the front and longer in the back, and it looked horrible! I’ll spend the $10-12 up front at another salon this time instead of wasting two afternoons AND spending $12 to correct the botch up. One of my coworkers had a similar situation, except she just made the corrections herself instead of taking her granddaughter to another salon.

    • I don't shop @ Walmart says:

      The manager of JCP salon needs to read this. Sorry to hear that you had bad experience. I have some friends who worked there in past and are great stylists, and their hair cuts were newer free.

  3. I’d also like some suggestions for what you think would be an appropriate tip to give the stylist. I guess I could just ask how much they usually charge for kids’ haircuts, and then take a percentage of that. Does anyone know?

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