Walgreens pays $25 to get vaccinated in its stores

Walgreens, one of the nation’s two largest drugstore chains, plans give $25 store credit to those who get vaccinated against the COVID virus in the coming days.

The move comes amid a flurry of COVID vaccine incentives across the country, including giveaways at competitions from Walgreens, CVS, million-dollar raffles in states like Ohio, and free food or drinks at restaurants like Krispy Kreme.

Walgreens pays to vaccinate you

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Walgreens said it will provide its incentive in one of two ways: $25 store credit loaded into a customer’s myWalgreens account or, if they don’t have one, a $25 Walgreens gift card.

Children between the ages of 12 and 15 who get vaccinated against the COVID virus at Walgreens are not eligible, but their parents or guardians are.

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Offer is valid June 22-26, and is not available in Arkansas, New Jersey or New York. See more details here.

“Walgreens is providing the added incentive to encourage more people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in support of President Biden’s National Month of Action”Walgreens said in a statement.

People can make appointments online or get vaccinated by walking into a Walgreens location that doesn’t have one.

Walgreens pays $25 credit for getting vaccinated in its stores

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