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General Info
CVS Pharmacy in Houston, TX 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

Open 24 Hours:

  • Greeting Cards
  • Vitamins
  • First Aid Supplies
American Greetings, home health, now
Payment method
amex, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards
Great Uptown, Westside, Uptown-Galleria
Pharmacies, First Aid Supplies, Greeting Cards, Health & Wellness Products, Photo Finishing, Optical Goods, Cosmetics & Perfumes, Health & Diet Food Products
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Average

Bike Parking: No


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Jungle P.



cvs wont even give a customer change for a dollar after a purchase.

i filled a simple prescription of 60 common pills that they should have in stock and its been a week and im still waiting.

and i had the same experience as the others. a security guard stared at me and followed me. i stopped and looked at him like "you know i can wup you if i wanted" and he walked away.



bad business

my story is the same as the reviewer above. the second my friend and i walked in the night mgr began to obviously hover over us. my friend had an itchy rash on his arms so we were looking at a bath soak. since the mgr was RIGHT there my friend tried to ask him a question about a product. he was very annoyed that we tried to speak to him and his response was 'i suggest you come back at 9am and ask a pharmacist' we had a few more items to get so we put the box down and left that aisle. my friend went one way i went another and we were going to meet at register so we could get out of there since we clearly not welcome. as i headed to the front the mgr walked towards me and asked if i was finding everything ok. i said yes but i felt like i was being followed and it was very uncomfortable and asked what i had done to be targeted. he stompped towards me ranting that it was his right and if i had a problem with it. when he got to me he got in my face asking in a drill sarge way 'do you? do you? over and over again' i was in shock! his breath had alcohol on it so i knew it was best to walk away. he kept in my face as i walked off and said he was getting security to get me out of there. i simply said no worries i am leaving. he kept yelling and before we could get to the car he had his phone out threatening to call the police. meamwhile the security guard stood there like he wanted no part in what was happening. needless to say i wont be back day or night. there is a different cvs or better yet a walgreens <where i will do all my shopping from now on> on every other corner of this city that will gladly take my business and who do not treat customers like criminals. i hope the store realizes what a mess that angry manager is and get rid of him. i really believe that had i not left he would have gotten physical with me and that is scary.



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bad experience

Over the past Year,I've gotten into the habit of late night shopping in the 24 hour stores with a friend that works until midnight. I enjoy it because there are fewer people around,no long lines at the checkouts,and I can take my time and choose what I want without feeling pressured to get in and get out again.

In all of my late night shopping adventures I have never been treated as a potential shoplifter, until I went in the CVS store located at 4755 Westheimer Road, Houston,TX .
My friend had several items she needed, but all I needed was a pack of cigarettes so I suggested we go to CVS as it was closer than Walmart. We got there around 1:20 am, within minutes we were being followed, they were so worried about what we were doing that the clerk was rude to another customer because she had to show him where something was.When I asked where I could find nail polish, I was told "" it's on aisle 20, didn't you look there already?"" I didn't see it because the store was out of it, it was at that point I decided we just needed to go.

On average, I would say I visit this store 3-5 times per month, and I usually spend $21-$75 per visit. I don't know if there's been a rash of theft at that store,or not,but after the treatment I received it is unlikely I would shop at this store in the future. Also, it's doubtful that I would recommend this company after this.

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