Question: Can I Refill My Prescription At Any CVS?

We’re delighted you’ve decided to switch to CVS Pharmacy .

You can quickly transfer prescriptions to us from another pharmacy in 3 easy steps — all online.

Our pharmacists will take it from there.

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Can I refill a prescription at a different pharmacy?

Call your physician’s office if you need a new prescription and provide them the name and phone number of your new pharmacy. You do not need to transfer your prescriptions if you are getting a refill from a pharmacy within a chain like Walgreens or CVS.

How do I refill my prescription at CVS?

There’s a new way to refill your prescriptions: just send a text!

  • Text “Refill” to CVS-TXT (287-898).
  • When prompted, enter your prescription number.
  • Then enter your pharmacy’s phone number.
  • Choose your pick up time.

How do I refill a prescription?

There are several ways to refill your prescription:

  1. In person. Go to the pharmacy where you originally filled your prescription, request a refill, and either wait for it or come back to pick it later.
  2. By phone. Use the pharmacy’s phone number listed on your medicine label to call in your refill.
  3. Online.
  4. By mail.

How do I change my pharmacies?

Tips for Switching Pharmacies

  • Talk to Your New Pharmacy. Once you’ve found a trusted, new pharmacist, talk to them about your plan to transfer.
  • Know Your Prescriptions. Switching pharmacies requires a little–but not a lot–of research and planning.
  • Let Your Doctor Know.
  • Refill All Prescriptions at Your New Location.