VLookUp of Dates In Between

On attached document, I have Column C of Date Values. On the next sheet titled "Pay Period" I have a table. This table has dates in column A and B.

On Sheet1 Column J, labed "Pay Period". I would like it to find which pay period Cell C2 falls in and result be the value of Column C of Sheet "Pay Periods". I am trying to use the following formula and it is not working:

=VLOOKUP(DATEVALUE(C2),'Pay Periods'!A:C,3,1)

Any help would be amazing. Thank you!
Project09202018.xlsx
cansevinAsked:
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)Commented:
You don't need to use the DATEVALUE function as the date in cell C2 is already a real date...

=VLOOKUP(C2,'Pay Periods'!A:C,3,1)
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cansevinAuthor Commented:
You the man... thanks! I feel stupid.
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