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CVS, Coinstar offer Coin to Card service


BELLEVUE, Wash. and WOONSOCKET, R.I. This summer, CVS/pharmacy will begin offering customers the chance to convert their coins into a CVS card using the Coinstar Center kiosks located in its stores. The Coin to Card service allows consumers to convert their loose change to a CVS card at the Coinstar kiosk and pay no coin-counting fee.

"We're delighted to be working with CVS/pharmacy to offer our first host retailer gift card," said Alex Camara, senior vp and general manager of worldwide coin at Coinstar. "We believe our Coin to Card service benefits retailers like CVS/pharmacy by driving more foot traffic and purchases, as well as consumers who can now turn idle change into found money to purchase a variety of healthcare products or other merchandise at CVS/pharmacy."


The CVS card and eCertificates, such as, Circuit City, Eddie Bauer and iTunes, are expected to be available at Coinstar Centers located in CVS/pharmacy stores in 11 Mid-West and Western states.


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