CVS Pharmacy to roll out digital receipts for ExtraCare Rewards members

BY David Salazar

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — Checking out at CVS Pharmacy will soon be paperless for the company’s 70 million rewards program members with the launch of digital receipts for those enrolled in ExtraCare. CVS Pharmacy president Helena Foulkes announced the move on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Friday, noting that it would begin rolling out in early June, eventually reaching all 7,900 locations. 
“We are excited to roll out the much-anticipated launch of digital receipts. We heard loud and clear that while our customers love receiving coupons and special offers, many wanted a paperless option,” Foulkes said.  “This feature lets our customers continue to make personalized choices as to how they engage with us, and will let our members choose to say 'So long!' to the long paper receipts at check-out.”
Customers can opt-in to digital receipts delivered via email by signing up for ExtraCare Rewards (if they aren’t already members) and providing a valid email address. Customers can also ask a store associate at the front register to enroll them. 
Members will still receive exclusive benefits and personalized savings offers, as well as available ExtraBucks Rewards and more, and will be able to use them in-store using the “send to card” button next to each offer. Customers who opted into digital receipts can still request a paper one if they would like, the company said. 
The “Jimmy Kimmel Live” segment featuring Foulkes is embedded above. 

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