If you've been to CVS pharmacy your purse or pocket's probably been filled to capacity by the ENORMOUSLY long receipt they give you after buying literally anything. The receipts have become so famous there's even a Halloween costume for it!
So what gives, why are they destroying thousands of trees per purchase?
CVS blames their care card loyalty program saying each receipt is unique and tailored to each shopper with loads of savings and options based on past purchases and local needs. Huh? Has anyone ever taken the receipt back in to save 45 cents on foot cream?!
Either way I've got my costume for next Halloween!