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Shopping for Toiletries at CVS Vs. Walgreens

When it comes time to buy more toiletries, I typically turn to Amazon for its quick and easy delivery.

Toiletries laid out on a table

Toiletries.

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Each month, I buy my soap, shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, and other toiletries on Amazon because everything arrives at my doorstep the next day. Typically, I spend about $30 to $50 per month on these toiletries. 

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But recently, I’ve been trying to avoid Amazon and, instead, get back into shopping in person at stores. That’s when I decided to try buying my toiletries at the two drug stores near my home in New York City — CVS and Walgreens — to see how the shopping experiences would compare.

Both companies operate more than 9,000 stores across the US, and they sell everything from toys to candy to greeting cards, but I wanted to scope out the best spot for buying toiletries.

After shopping at both stores, I had a definite favorite.

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