The official CVS/pharmacy iPhone App puts CVS/pharmacy, MinuteClinic and CVSphoto in the palm of your hand. Just download our app to “visit” your CVS/pharmacy on the go. Features include: • Refill, transfer and manage prescriptions • Pill Identifier - easy to use feature helps identify pills based on imprint, shapes and color information • Access your prescription history • Scan to refill and refill without signing in • Find a CVS/pharmacy store and check hours • Shop your weekly ad for deals and create a shopping list • Access your CVS.com and ExtraCare accounts • Send savings and rewards to card • Create a mobile ExtraCare “card” that can be scanned at most registers and ExtraCare Coupon Centers • Sign up to receive offer-filled emails • Shop CVS.com on your app • Scan QR codes in store for information and savings • See MinuteClinic locations, services and accepted insurance • Order photos for express pick up • And much more!see more...
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- "It allows you to earn points that are eventually transferred into Extra Care Bucks that you can use to purchase items in the store." in 246 reviews
- "CVS is awesome due to the extra bucks rewards you get, you can even use them with other coupons so I recommend signing up for the card" in 215 reviews
- "this is a great place to shop especially because they have great deals and you get points which turn into free money you can use later get the CVS card you won't regret it." in 207 reviews
- "I have been shopping there for years but about 1 year of Couponing at this store and i love there Rewards program with the Extra Care card." in 148 reviews
- "Love shopping in CVS, at least twice a month they have bogo sales on their health and beauty products, which makes it very affordable." in 131 reviews
I love CVS. Most of their products are typically more expensive than they would be at places like Walmart or Target, but CVS always has great sales like BOGO 50% off. Plus you can scan your card at the red scanner box to get coupons AND stack them with manufacturer's coupons. It's wonderful.
If you have the extracare account, CVS is definitely the way to go. They have better sales than Walgreens does and with the extracare you can get money back for the purchases you make in the form of extrabucks. I know that walgreens has recently implemented something along the same lines with points but CVS is just better. They have a better selection of makeup and products for whatever holiday is coming up
I love this company and its extra buck rewards. They always have such good sales and you can combine their coupons with manufacturer coupons as well which helps to save a lot of money and they are always there to try and help your shopping experience especially if you need help finding anything
Rarely do big companies get it right when it comes to making meaningful and impactful social decisions. CVS taking tobacco off of its shelves is an big step for the company. Not only did it prove that the bottom line isn't the highest priority all the time (we all know the tobacco industry makes a lot of money), but it took the first step to creating and maintaining a healthier society. I tip my cap to you, CVS.
I'm lucky to live in a relatively small city with a Rite Aid, Walgreens, and CVS within a half mile of each other. Of all of their rewards card programs, CVS is definitely the most straight forward and has perks that I actually get excited about. I come here at least once a week for drugstore makeup, toiletries, and pick up my occasional prescriptions. Although I receive some pretty out there coupons when I scan my card at the coupon printer station, I almost always get a really good coupon and a surprise of X amount of ExtraBucks (used like a gift card).
I love using CVS for all of my pharmacy needs. knowing that even if I'm not home I will always be able to find a cvs close by to fill my prescriptions, and I don't have to worry about taking things that I might be allergic to, they even catch things because someone called it by a different name.
I used to prefer Payless (RiteAid) for a drug store as I felt that their selection was better; when the economy tanked though I noticed both stores taking a hit in keeping their shelves stocked; RiteAid seemed to be the worst in this area, which is why I ended up switching to Longs (CVS). This said, I do find a large discrepancy between stores in condition, appearance, and selection. Overall though, if you can find a good CVS with good stock, their coupons can be quite worthwhile.
CVS pharmacy is my go-to for a quick trip. OK it competes with publix because that is a little closer - but CVS always has good deals like BOGO or 50% off and I can usually get all that I need in one place like light bulbs, tooth paste, water, and vitamin C (a usual shopping list for me). Their CVS card membership is better than Walgreens and the fact that they have coupons linked to your card is super convenient!
This is where I do all my shopping for drugstore beauty products & wellness products. Always have new products & brands. Plus I always get tons of coupons & money back rewards for my future products. Only thing is the expire usually within a few weeks so you have to shop there regularly.
I have dealt with CVS a lot recently in the past two+ years. Having a sick dog means lots of meds. Literally every time, they mess up the refill. They tell me it is ready when it's not, tell me I can't refill when I have nothing left and is time for more, and sometimes just straight up lose all my info. This has happened in several locations, all in the Atlanta area. I would rather get my meds from a bum on the street than deal with the incompetence of CVS pharmacies again.
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