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The past few weeks it’s been difficult to find a CVS that allows the purchase of Vanilla reloads with a credit card. But success is finally here, and I’ll share a simple tip that may help you know if the CVS will allow purchase of them with a credit card. These tips aren’t rocket science, but simple and based on visiting several stores after being rejected.
The first thing you can do is take a Vanilla reload to the counter and ask. I’ve arrived at many CVS stores stocked with Vanilla reloads only to be rejected at the counter when attempting to purchase with a credit card.
The non confrontational approach is to find a CVS store who’s vanilla shelf looks like the picture below. What do you notice?
That’s right, they don’t have any Vanilla reloads available for purchase. That’s because they are all sold out from people purchasing them. I’ve found that the stores around where I live that don’t allow purchase with a credit card always have a full shelf.
I’ve found my store and have gone back to complete a purchase after they reloaded their Vanilla reloads.
This has changed my guess about a policy change I shared a few days ago.
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