CVS Pharmacy kicks off January with free Rx delivery

Marianne Wilson
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CVS Pharmacy has launched a limited-time offering to promote its prescription delivery program. 

The retailer announced it is offering all eligible patients free one-to-two day prescription delivery nationwide for a limited time. The special promotion, available from January 1 to Jan. 31, enables customers to try out the company’s prescription delivery service at no additional cost after ordering prescriptions through the CVS Pharmacy app, online or by calling their neighborhood location.
The CVS Pharmacy Rx delivery service, which normally costs $4.99, rolled out nationally in 2017. It is now available at nearly all 10,000 locations across the country.
With the purchase of eligible medications, select nonprescription items are also available for delivery at participating locations (except from CVS Pharmacy locations inside Target). Popular health and household items carried by CVS Pharmacy, including cold and flu remedies, allergy medications, pain relief, first aid, digestive health, vitamins, baby, personal and feminine care products, can be added to most delivery orders.

To take advantage of free delivery in January, customers can place orders of eligible prescriptions and other essentials for one-to-two day delivery via, the CVS Pharmacy app or by calling their local CVS Pharmacy. Once the order is placed, shoppers can prepay for their order and delivery fees are waived with no extra steps needed. CVS Pharmacy will then text customers to alert them when their order is shipped.