$3 off passport and ID photos when you use your Extracare card
Whether you need a quick photo print or passport photo, or you’re creating a customized card, invitation, photo book or calendar, CVS Photo has the tools you need. Make your card or photo gift online, and then pick it up in store or have it delivered right to your door.
What can I buy at CVS Photo?
- Prints. Ordering prints is quick and easy with CVS Photo. Just upload your photo online and enjoy same-day pickup at your nearest CVS location.
- Cards. Create beautiful customized Christmas cards, baby announcements, thank yous, invitations and more.
- Photo books. Get your pictures off your phone and onto your coffee table with a photo book from CVS Photo.
- Decorations and gifts. Create blankets, pillows, phone cases, mugs and even shower curtains featuring your favorite photos.
- Passport photos. Need a passport photo in a hurry? CVS Photo has you covered.
Shipping, delivery and payments
Can I get free delivery?
Yes, if you choose to pick up your photos at your local CVS store.
There are no shipping charges for any photo items or prints that you choose to pick up in-store. If you’d prefer to have these items shipped to your door, regular shipping charges will apply and may vary based on your location and order details.
How can I track my order?
Log into your CVS Photo account to check the status of your order. You should have also received a confirmation email letting you know that your order has shipped.
CVS Photo accepts MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express. You can also apply CVS ExtraBucks rewards to your order if available.
If you don’t already have an ExtraCare card, you can sign up online by creating a free account or ask to sign up at your local CVS location. You’ll get 2% back in ExtraBucks Rewards every time you use your ExtraCare card, including for prints and personalized photo items.
What is CVS Photo’s return policy?
If you’re unhappy with your photo item or prints, contact CVS Photo customer service by calling 888-607-4287. You can also email the customer service department at email@example.com. You may be able to get a refund or store credit if your photos didn’t turn out as you’d expected.
When’s the next sale?
CVS Photo occasionally releases special deals and sales, many of which you can get without needing a special promo code. In other cases, entering a promo code could help you save more. Check for sales leading up to major holidays like Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Christmas. You can sometimes save around 25% on photo books and other customized gifts during these sales.
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What sets this brand apart?
CVS, which used to stand for Consumer Value Stores, has a long history of selling retail goods within its pharmacy stores. Now, you can even print out photos while you shop, or order prints and personalized items online and have them shipped right to your home.
With its launch of the ExtraCare Card in 2001, CVS became the first national retailer to offer a rewards program. We think that’s pretty cool.
What do people really say about this brand?
For the most part, customers are happy with CVS Photo services, especially because of its fast and free photo pickup option. That said, some online reviewers reported issues with the quality of their photos, with one customer explaining that his passport photo printed at CVS Photo was not accepted and he had to order a new one.
When I was checking out CVS Photo’s website, I had technical problems with a few things. First, the site wasn’t accepting my shipping address, even though I triple-checked it for errors. Secondly, when I went to checkout via store pickup (because the shipping address wouldn’t work), I wasn’t able to get to the “create an account” page, so I couldn’t place an order. While this is most likely a temporary tech glitch, these things can be frustrating if you have limited time to shop.
What is CVS’s history?
CVS was founded in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1963 by the Melville Corporation. The chain became its own company under the name of CVS Health in 1996. Since then, CVS Health has acquired stores from Eckerd, Albertsons, Osco Drug, Sav-On Drugs, MinuteClinic, Longs Drugs and Target’s pharmacy clinics.
In 2014, CVS Health made history by becoming the first major pharmacy retailer to discontinue the sale of tobacco products in its stores, sacrificing a cool $1.5 billion a year in revenue.
How can I contact customer support?
Call CVS Photo customer support at 888-607-4287 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. EST, or weekends from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. EST.
You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org 24/7. And if all else fails, you can try sending the company a message on Facebook.
What about social media?
CVS is on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, although its Twitter page is currently set to “private,” so you’ll need to send a request if you want access to its content.
The company’s Facebook page is worth a look if you’re searching for the latest deals and sales, and it can be a good way to get ahold of customer service if you don’t feel like calling and waiting on hold. CVS’s YouTube channel is a cool spot to check out for the latest health-related news stories, plus it has lots of information and updates about the company’s tobacco-free campaign.
Why should I shop at CVS Photo?
- Free same-day pickup on many items.
- Save projects online and come back to complete them at any time.
- Choose from hundreds of pre-designed templates.
- Not all items can be picked up in-store.
- Its website can be glitchy.
CVS Photo offers a wide range of customizable photo items and gifts, as well as quick and easy prints. If you’re in a hurry, you can always pick up your prints for free at your local CVS location. Use your CVS ExtraCare card when paying for your prints or photo projects to earn ExtraBucks Rewards and to put any rewards you already have toward your purchase.
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