November 17, 2011

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Think about hitting CVS for your Christmas gifts!!!

When you think of your holiday shopping, do you think about hitting your  local CVS/pharmacy?   I love CVS and love the variety of items that they offer.  Last year I bought my flip waffle iron from them on "Black Friday" and love it!  

Did you know that  75% of the U.S. population living within 3 miles of a CVS/pharmacy location, shoppers don’t need to travel far to find what they need for this holiday season.   Heck I am not in that percentage, but I still make the trek to get my deals!

CVS has all your needs, from electronics and toys to home decorations and luxury items, shoppers can conveniently pick-up gifts for everyone on the list. Plus, grab all their holiday essentials like wrapping paper, stocking stuffers and gift cards. Personalized photo books, customized holiday greeting cards and additional photo gifts can also be created in minutes and taken home the very same day!

CVS/pharmacy holiday gift ideas:

Beauty and Health
  • Sarah Peyton Shiatsu Back Massager, $19.99
  • Bag and umbrella set, $14.99
  • Essence of Beauty 4piece spa set, $14.99
  • Essence of Beauty Indulgence Bag, $4.99
  • Microsherpa throw blanket – sizes 50”x60” in a variety or plaid and solid colors, $14.99
  • Essence of Beauty Weekender bag, $14.99
  • NEW exclusive Nuance Salma Hayek line of cosmetics, skincare and hair care products, $7.99 - $19.99
  • Emerson Professional Style Hair Clipper, $9.99
  • Fleece robe, $9.99
  • Professional Nail Salon (comes with 7 nail polishes and a salon quality nail dryer – $60 value), $9.99
  • Sarah Peyton Memory Foam Slippers, $9.99
  • Exclusive Essence of Beauty bath and body products, including scented body lotions, hand creams and eau du toilettes that make perfect stocking stuffers, $ $4.99 - $19.99
Stocking Stuffers
  • Assorted designer fragrances and colognes, $9.99 - $58.99
  • Blade Gift Sets, $9.99
  • Gift cards, including top retailers like iTunes, Visa, American Express and Mastercard, Groupon, Crate and Barrel, Bed Bath & Beyond,, Macy’s, Gap, Applebee’s, Shell Stations, American Express, Barnes & Noble, assorted prices
Personalized Photo Gifts
  • Customized holiday greeting cards, starting at $12.99 for a set of 20
  • Photo books ($5.99 - $19.99) and calendars ($19.99) from CVS/pharmacy Photo Centers are perfect gifts for family and friends. With Express Pick Up customers create these photo products and they’re ready for pick up in about an hour.  
  • Canvas Wall Art, $12.99 - $69.99
  • Photo Collage Blanket, $59.99
  • Keepsake Box, $29.99
  • Baby Onesie, $19.99
  • Photo Apron, $19.99
  • Picture Me Storybook, $18.99
  • Collage Mug, $13.99
  • Collage Mouse Pad, $12.99
  • Baby Bib, $12.99
  • Photo Express Pick Up items to include prints, photo books, calendars, and customized cards can be ordered online at and picked up in about an hour at CVS/pharmacy locations.

I was recently sent a Microsherpa throw blanket – sizes 50”x60".  This is an amazing blanket!   It is so soft, keeps me warm while snuggling on the couch with the kids and it is gorgeous!   Plus at the low price of $14.99, this is a perfect gift for anyone!  Think college student off in a cold dorm, Grandma, or pick it up to add to a fun gift basket.  It would be fun to add with a book and a bottle of wine!

I have seen a number of the items listed above at my local CVS and I am definitely thinking of picking up some items for gifts! The Floppy Dog Plush Toy is so cute, if you have not been to your CVS, you will have to check it out.  I am sure that little guy will make some child happy this season.   CVS is your one stop shop, score a snack, medications, groceries, gifts and more!   Head on over and start your holiday shopping at CVS!

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