Does CVS Sell Money Orders?
Yes, CVS sells money orders for 99 cents with a $500 limit.
About CVS Money Orders
How To Purchase a Money Order At CVS
CVS uses MoneyGram for its money order service. Money orders are available during regular store hours, which is often 24 hours for many CVS stores.
You can purchase a single money order for up to $500. However, you can order multiple money orders. For example, if you need to pay $2,000, you will need to purchase four $500 money orders. Plus a 99 cent fee four times.
CVS stores located in easy to find locations across the United States.
Basic Facts: CVS Money Orders
- Can I buy a money order from CVS? Yes
- CVS charges a flat fee of $0.99 per money order of $500.
- Does CVS sell Western Union money orders? No
- Money orders are cash only.
- CVS has about 9600 stores across the United States.
About CVS Stores
CVS Pharmacy was originally known as Consumer Value Store from 1963 to 1996. It was founded May 8, 1963 in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. The company founders are Stanley Goldstein, Sidney Goldstein Hebreux Jules and Ralph Hoagland.
CVS Headquarters: 1 CVS Drive, Woonsocket, Rhode Island, United States. The number of locations as of spring 2018 is 9600 stores.
CVS sells prescription drugs and general merchandise. This includes money orders, over-the-counter drugs, beauty products, cosmetics, film, seasonal items, greeting cards, convenience foods and of course, stamps. The store also provides healthcare services through its MinuteClinic medical clinics and Diabetes Care Centers which can be found inside CVS stores.
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