If there’s one thing we’re thankful for this year (besides the delicious Thanksgiving dinner, of course), it’s that drugstores are usually open on Thanksgiving Day. After all, who hasn’t forgotten a critical recipe ingredient at one time or another? Whether you need some supplies for some festive Thanksgiving crafts or you’re craving some ice cream to top off the Thanksgiving dessert, there’s nothing more convenient than a quick drop-by at CVS. That’s why you might be wondering: Is CVS open on Thanksgiving this year?
To help you out with all your last-minute holiday needs, we’ve gathered all the info regarding the drugstore’s Thanksgiving hours for 2020. Maybe you’ve settled down in front of the football game and realized you’ve run out of wine … or you just don’t want to deal with Black Friday crowds to pick up some toiletries. Either way, be sure to read on below for everything you need to know about CVS’s Thanksgiving hours this year.
Is CVS Open on Thanksgiving 2020?
Good news if you need to pick up something from the drugstore: Many CVS locations will be open on Thanksgiving, including the pharmacy, though hours may depend on location. “As a provider of essential prescriptions and medications, many of our locations remain open on Thanksgiving,” a CVS representative told Good Housekeeping. “A large number are open with regular hours, but some will also operate with reduced hours. As always, it’s best to call ahead to confirm hours with your local pharmacy.”
In other words, you should definitely make sure to check the details on your local CVS, as different locations may have different hours for the holiday. CVS Pharmacies and Minute Clinic typically operate on different schedule than the rest of the store, too, so if you’re looking to pick up a medication, we’d — again — recommend calling your local CVS before you leave the house.
What Other Stores Are Open on Thanksgiving 2020?
Need to get something else that they don’t sell at the drugstore? There are plenty of other stores open on Thanksgiving, thankfully, including grocery stores (if you need to pick up a last-minute turkey) and department stores (where you can totally shop early Black Friday deals). And if you want to grab something to eat before the big Thanksgiving feast, be sure to check out our list of the fast food joints and restaurants open on Thanksgiving, too.
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