• FREE 8×10 Photo for Military Service Members


    Through December 31st, JCPenney is offering Military Service Members a free 8×10 photo print. You can get a new free print every day. Just present your Military ID along with the coupon at the beginning of your session to redeem the offer. Note that there is a limit of one per family, per day. Don’t miss out, find a studio near you and schedule now.

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  • 4 good-looking people commentedLeave a comment
    1. 1

      My son will love this!

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      Which I knew If active was needed.. my dad and grandpa and friends were in the military

    3. -1

      Hi! Do you know if they have to be active military to qualify?

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        Virginia (Free Stuff Finder) :

        Hey there! It isn’t mentioned on the offer page. It only says members need to present their Military IDs at the beginning of the session to redeem offer.

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