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Does Walgreens Have Copy Machines?

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Copy machines can make copies of paper documents at a fast rate. In fact, quality copiers can print, email, fax, and staple 50 pages per minute. Some copiers have a function that enables users to add dates and page numbers to their documents automatically.

Many stores across the US offer copy machine services. What about Walgreens?

Does Walgreens have copy machines?

No, Walgreens does not have copy machines in any of its stores. It sells a variety of products, including general merchandise, personal care, beauty, health and wellness, non-prescription, and prescription drugs.

Which stores offer copy machine services?

Stores like CVS, Staples, and The UPS Store offer copy services.

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CVS

Double-sided color copies cost $1.98 per page, while single-sided color copies cost $0.99 per page.

Double-sided black and white copies cost $0.38 per page and single-sided black and white copies cost $0.19 per page.

Staples

Black and white copies cost $$0.11 per page and color copies cost $0.53 per page.

The UPS Store

Color copies cost around $0.50 per page and black and white copies cost $0.12 per page. To make copies, you can either order them online and collect them at your local store or go into the store.

Where can you get free copies?

Here are some places where you can get free copies.

1. University Campuses

A lot of university campuses let their students make copies free of charge.

2. Hotels

Some hotels have business centers that offer copying, printing, faxing, and scanning services. And sometimes, copy services are free for visitors to use. However, it is important to note that they may charge a nominal fee.

3. Relatives and Friends

If you have a relative or friend who has a copy machine, ask them if you can use it to print documents.

What services does Walgreens offer?

Walgreens offers the following services to customers.

Virtual Doctor with MDLIVE

This service gives customers the ability to consult board-certified doctors from their mobile phone, tablet, or computer. Most importantly, MDLIVE’s virtual doctors can also e-prescribe medicines if required. MDLIVE, which was established in 2009, is a leading provider of telehealth services that benefit employers, hospitals, and patients. MDLIVE and Walgreens introduced this telehealth program in December 2014 in Michigan and California.

Contact lenses

You can order contact lenses online from the Walgreens website. Walgreens.com sells contact lenses from well-known brands, such as Focus, Air Optix, and Biofinity. What’s more, Walgreens also offers day and night contact lenses that are designed to decrease eye discomfort and dryness.

Conclusion

Walgreens does not offer copy machines services. However, other stores like CVS, Staples, and The UPS Store offer these services.

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