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General Info
CVS Pharmacy in Doylestown, PA does more than fill your prescription drugs. You can buy stamps, household items and shop weekly specials on personal care, cosmetics, vitamins, baby items, and more!

Regular Hours

home health, now
Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
Pharmacies, First Aid Supplies, Greeting Cards, Cosmetics & Perfumes, Health & Diet Food Products, Health & Wellness Products, Optical Goods, Photo Finishing
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Below Average


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Edited: 02/22/2017
Very rude pharmacist...Never t...

Very rude pharmacist...Never talk nicely..very much disappointed woith service..



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CVS? More like totally awesome S.

It was a cold, rainy day when I had to go into CVS to get some purple drank and survival gear. I ran in, soaking wet, and immediately approached the cashier before even so much as looking around the store at all.

""Where's the battries?!"" I demanded.
""Right there"" he said whilst pointing to a gigantic stand right next to me that no any other human being could miss.

I grabbed my battries and reapproached the cashier.

""Are you open?"" I asked.
""Yes,"" he said, ""do you have a CVS card?""
""Yes,"" I said in return.
After a few minutes of awkward silence, he continued.
""Would you like me to type in your phone number?"" he queried.
""Okay,"" I said and I gave him my phone number.
He rang up my battries and I immediately said ""wait those are supposed to be buy one get one free!""

He told me not to worry, and sure enough not have a second before I even bothered to look at the screen they were buy one get one half free.

Afterwards, I slid my credit card and said ""credit"" aloud into the machine and knocked on it not unlike how one knocks on a door and turned my ear to face the contraption. After a few minutes of awkward silence, I slid my card again and pushed ""debit,"" typed in my PIN number (8349) and waited.

""Would you like cashback?"" he said.
""No."" I replied.

After a little while longer, I hit ""yes"" on the screen and immediately thereafter said ""awwwww, diddly dangit, I didn't want cashback!!""

""It's okay,"" he said, his voice suave and heroic,"" ""just push 'accept' without typing in an amount.""

Sure enough, the transaction completed and I was on my way, but not before watching him bag the items, place the bag on the counter, and have to deal with me telling him ""I don't want a bag.""

I wish I could remember this mystery man's name, but in any case each male employee should get an immediate raise to $12/hr just so he is included in the process, and if that short guy gets a raise too in the process so be it.

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