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The neighborhood CVS Pharmacy, ready to help you at 395 Court Street, can be found in the center of town, providing easy access to household goods and quick refreshments in Brooklyn. The Court Street store offers first aid and healthcare necessities, grocery goods, prescription refills, and beauty products all at one convenient stop.
On top of a vast selection of food, healthcare, and more goods, the nearby Brooklyn CVS Pharmacy is where you can find big prices. Register for an ExtraCare Membership to get notifications of sales, individualized coupons, member email offers, and to start accumulating ExtraCare Rewards on qualified purchases.
Court Street CVS Pharmacy has become a vital part of the Brooklyn area. We are recognized as a go-to source of common products that shoppers can pick up and purchase conveniently. The Brooklyn CVS Pharmacy is here to help our Brooklyn neighbors maintain their health by providing prescription refills and over-the-counter vitamins at low prices.
You can buy vitamins, cosmetics, personal care items, and more in an easy-to-navigate store that will get your shopping done quickly and easily. Stocking up on essentials has never been easier.
This CVS Pharmacy is the place to pick up prescription medicine and groceries in Brooklyn. Buy all your everyday items without venturing too far from your immediate area. The Court St/1 Pl transit station is only 0.02 miles away from the Court Street CVS Pharmacy, so even if you don't have access to a ride you can still do your shopping. All you have to do is hop on and off to shop, and hop back on to head home.
Does Court Street CVS Pharmacy have UPS drop-off?
No, the Court Street CVS Pharmacy is not a UPS access point, but Montague St CVS Pharmacy located about 1 miles away is a UPS drop-off point.
What does a flu shot cost at CVS?
Free flu shots in Brooklyn are administered through Medicare Part B and to those who have health insurance. For customers without either of those, you will be charged $69.99 for a high-dose vaccine or $39.99 for a seasonal vaccine. Court Street CVS Pharmacy offers flu shots to help you get through the season.
Does CVS accept EBT?
Yes, the Court Street CVS Pharmacy accepts the SNAP EBT card. Use your Brooklyn SNAP EBT card at this location to buy food.
Does Court Street CVS Pharmacy develop photos?
Yes, you can order photo prints in Brooklyn at the Court Street CVS Pharmacy. This location develops all types of film, negatives, and disposable cameras on high-quality photo paper. Processing a disposable camera or 35mm film takes between 7 and 10 days, while developing 110 film, slides, APS, or black and white film takes about 3 weeks.