Take Your Recalled Drugs To Walgreens, CVS For Refund

Got recalled Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl? Want a refund? Don’t want to deal with the online form? CVS and Walgreens have told the media that consumers can bring recalled medicines to their stores for a refund.

“Bring the bottle back to the store, whether it’s full, or halfway full,” a spokesman for Walgreens told NPR. “We’ll take it back and give the customer store credit.” If you’ve got the receipt, Walgreens will give you cash.

CVS says they will also give store credit for recalled medicines, or cash if you have a receipt.

It doesn’t matter if the product has been partially used.

Try Local Drugstore For Faster Refund On Recalled Kids’ Medicines
[NPR] (Thanks, Scott!)

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