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CVS has always carried PayPal My Cash Card, which could be bought with a credit card for a fee of $3.95 for up to $500, and then could be loaded online to your PayPal account. However, when I stopped by local CVS today, while they had the cards in stock, they wouldn’t ring up at the register, with an error message that the cashier claims they haven’t seen before.
Breaking: Has CVS Stopped Selling PayPal Cards?
However, the PayPal My Cash Cards still list CVS Pharmacy as a vendor that sells them on their site, however their site isn’t always the most accurate, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it hasn’t been updated yet.
Buying and reloading PayPal My Cash Card was still a great way to meet minimum spending, so it will be a shame if CVS truly no longer sells them.
I did call PayPal and the agent I spoke to said she didn’t see CVS Pharmacy on her list that sells the cards, so it appears that as of today these are no longer being sold there.
Please comment below with your feedback from your local CVS if you’re still able to buying these.
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