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Just like everybody else, I’ll be shopping for backpacks, pencils, notebooks and tons of other back-to-school supplies during the next few weeks. Considering the $12 backpacks and $.97 notebooks I just saw in Target’s sales ad, I’ll be doing most of my back-to-school shopping there. In addition to the back-to-school madness, I now have another reason to visit my hands down favorite store; because I can pick up our family prescriptions there as well. CVS Pharmacy is moving into Target stores nationwide.
Target has over 1,500 in-store pharmacies across the U.S. and as of December 2015 CVS Pharmacy will be operating them. The 79 in-store clinics that Target previously offered will be added to CVS’s list of super convenient Minute Clinics.
Target and CVS are working together to make a smooth transition for shoppers. Considering that both stores share the same brand colors, CVS seems right at home when I visited Target. But, to answer a few questions you might have at the new partnership, here ya go.
More Information About the Target & CVS Partnership
- If you were already a Target pharmacy customer, CVS has all your info, you don’t need to do anything, but begin to visit the CVS pharmacy counter inside of Target to pick-up your prescriptions.
- Existing CVS Pharmacy customers can now pick up their prescriptions at any CVS located inside of a Target store.
- To get more information on CVS pharmacies inside of Target you can visit their website. To better manage your prescription and find a CVS pharmacy near you download the CVS app by texting “App” to CVS-APP (287-277).