- 1 JCPenney “Free Shipping” Code – (4 Ways to Get the Coupon)
- 2 How much money does a YouTuber make? How do YouTubers make money? A Full-Time YouTubers perspective by Wengie
JCPenney “Free Shipping” Code – (4 Ways to Get the Coupon)
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How much can I save with a JCPenney free shipping code?
answered on: 9.12.16
We have all experienced shipping-fees shock. It’s that feeling after your online cart is full and you click the checkout button only to have your jaw hit the floor when you see how much the shipping will cost. The turning point for me was when I purchased a KitchenAid stand mixer.
It was on sale for $250 and I had a 10% off coupon, so it showed as $225 in my cart. Then I clicked order and my heart sank. The shipping cost was $29.24. Why would I pay nearly $30 to ship a $225 item? That makes the 10% off coupon I used worthless!
That is exactly why free shipping can be a lifesaver, especially at JCPenney, where you can order anything from perfume to a new refrigerator. After doing the research, we have found the top four ways to get your JCPenney free shipping coupon.
1. Check Our Site for a JCPenney Free Shipping Code
When searching for a JCPenney free shipping coupon, try us first. We take pride in the amount of work we put into getting consumers the best possible deals, and that work is evident on our JCPenney page. We have a team of editors combing through the offers our proprietary search engine finds all over the web to bring you the most up-to-date deals.
Below are the current JCPenney free shipping offers:
Free Shipping on $99+ order.
Storewide coupons and promo codes are updated every hour, so be sure to check our list first for a JCPenney shipping coupon or other storewide deal.
One surefire way to get an item shipped for free is to have JCPenney send it directly to a store near you. If you order online, they will ship anything over $25 to a local store at no charge, all you have to do is go to the location, show them your ID and the credit card you used to make the purchase, then drive home with your item. JCPenney also has all of their shipping information listed online in an easy-to-read chart.
This can be a great option for free shipping if there is a JCPenney close by, and especially if, like me, you were planning on taking a trip to the mall soon anyway!
On JCPenney’s website, you normally won’t have to look far to find out what their current deals are. The best deals are often embedded in banners on the front page, making them hard to miss. They do have a dedicated JCPenney coupons page, though, that makes it easier to look through the individual offers.
Free shipping for items over $99 is one of the most common shipping deals, but this would be another good place to check for any free shipping coupons they may have. The retailer often gives special discounts to JCPenney credit card holders, sometimes even sending out a true free shipping code — no minimum purchase required.
If you have exhausted your search on our page and JCPenney.com, there are always other sites that may have exclusive deals. Try these sites if you are still looking for the right code:
Whether you’re looking to buy a new shirt or a 26-pound stand-up mixer, when you get free shipping from JCPenney you can hit that order button without being shocked.
Don’t hang onto that coupon for too long, though. Free shipping means happier shopping, so get online and go after those deals now, knowing that you won’t have a surprise waiting at checkout.
How much money does a YouTuber make? How do YouTubers make money? A Full-Time YouTubers perspective by Wengie
When people think of successful YouTuber’s especially YouTubers like Pew Die Pie they think wow!! They must earn millions of dollars!! And many people I meet assume that you are making so much money online doing very little but making videos. So how do YouTubers make money and how do YouTubers get paid? Do YouTubers make money or is it all a big lie?
I know so many people that want to quit their jobs to become a full time YouTuber because it seems easy and they would make more money than their current job. It’s one of those careers where people suddenly think of Fame and Fortune when the reality is incredibly different! I can possibly say the same thing about full-time bloggers but that’s a totally different topic all together and not one I can comment completely on.
In this blog post I’ll be talking about how much a full-time YouTuber makes and how do they make money and how do they get paid? If you have other questions regarding YouTube life, please leave it in the comments box and I will type up an in depth blog post for you soon
To answer this question with a frustratingly common answer I would have to say.
The reason why I and many YouTubers will give you this answer is because it depends on a lot of factors. I’m going to list all the factors that affect one of the most common source of income for YouTube and that is Advertising income.
If you would like to watch my personal story before eyou get into the nitty gritty I recently made a video explaining how much money I got paid and my financial circumstances after being a full time YouTuber for 2 years:
The following factors will affect how much ad revenue you get:
Your niche and topic and how much revenue advertisers make
YouTube income will vary dramatically depending on what advertisers will pay more money to advertise in certain categories. Usually the more revenue an advertiser can make from the purchase of their product the more they are willing to pay for ad space.
How much content exists and the quality of your content
- Things like ad block is really big these days which means your viewers may not even be watching your ads which means you don’t earn income.
- In addition views on mobile devices don’t get monetised well and until YouTube find a way to display ads gracefully, most likely you won’t be getting much income from the views you get from mobile devices.
- Also people may skip your ads and sometimes people may not even get served ads because YouTube values user engagement and would prefer them to not abandon your video before watching.
So since I’ve talked about advertising revenue mainly I will move on to other sources of income which may mean the actually income of a YouTuber can vary dramatically even if you figured out how to work out their $ for every 1,000 views, the amount of regular views and how often their views get monetised.
I hope this blog post helps those of you that are looking to make YouTube your career one day and remember to share this blog post it if you know someone that’s every wondered this too!!If you have any other questions on this topic to comment below!