Does CVS Accept CareCredit? Store and Pharmacy Policies Explained

Exterior of a CVS store

CVS does not take CareCredit for prescriptions or any other purchases made in stores or online.

CareCredit credit cards are usable at any provider that is contracted with CareCredit to pay for medical procedures, prescriptions, or other health and wellness needs. CVS is not contracted with CareCredit, a corporate customer service representative said.

We performed a search through CareCredit’s provider locator tool, but no CVS pharmacies were listed. We also called CareCredit customer service, where a CareCredit representative confirmed that since CVS does not contract with CareCredit, the credit cards are not accepted at CVS pharmacies or in the retail portion of CVS stores.

For other stores where you can use CareCredit, see our list of CareCredit retailers, plus the acceptance policies at 1-800-Contacts and Walmart.

For more information on the payment methods that CVS does accept, see our research on whether CVS takes checks and the cash back policies for each payment method at CVS.

Though CVS doesn’t accept CareCredit cards, the drugstore chain does offer ways to save at its pharmacies and in its retail stores. The CVS ExtraCare card can help you save money through coupons, special offers, and earning 2% back on purchases.


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