CVS Flu Shot Prices

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On the CVS Flu Shot menu, the most expensive item is Over 65 Years (High Dosage) - Per Individual, which costs $51.99. The cheapest item on the menu is Between 2-65 Years (Per Adult), which costs $0.00. The average price of all items on the menu is currently $14.00.


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How much does a flu shot cost at CVS?

The cost of a flu shot at CVS can vary depending on factors such as your location and insurance coverage. However, CVS often offers affordable options. 

Standard vaccine (quadrivalent): $49.99

Standard vaccine (egg-free) (Flublok): $94.99

Adults 65+ vaccine (Fluzone High Dose, FLUAD): $94.99

Is the flu shot at CVS covered by insurance?

Many insurance plans cover the cost of a flu shot at CVS. To find out if your insurance covers it and any potential out-of-pocket expenses, contact your insurance provider or CVS pharmacy directly.

Are CVS flu shots available to non-CVS customers?

Yes, CVS pharmacies generally offer flu shots to both CVS customers and non-customers. You don't need to be a CVS customer to access their pharmacy services, including flu shots.

What type of flu vaccine does CVS offer?

CVS typically offers a variety of flu vaccines, including trivalent and quadrivalent options, to meet different needs. The specific vaccines available may vary by location and season.

When is the best time to get a flu shot at CVS?

The best time to get a flu shot at CVS is usually in early fall, around September or October, before the flu season peaks. However, CVS often provides flu shots throughout the flu season, so it's never too late to get vaccinated.

Do I need to bring any identification or documents to get a flu shot at CVS?

In most cases, you should bring a valid photo ID, your insurance card, and any relevant vaccination records, if you have them. Specific requirements may vary by location, so check with your local CVS pharmacy.

Are there any potential side effects of the CVS Flu Shot?

While flu shots are generally safe, some people may experience mild side effects, such as soreness at the injection site, low-grade fever, nausea, runny nose, or fatigue. If you have concerns about side effects, discuss them with the healthcare provider administering the vaccine.

Can children receive flu shots at CVS?

Yes, CVS provides flu shots for children. Age eligibility may vary by state and location, so it's best to check with your local CVS pharmacy for specific age requirements.

Is the CVS flu shot suitable for pregnant women?

Yes, the flu shot is generally safe and recommended for pregnant women. In fact, it can provide protection to both the mother and the baby. Pregnant women may check first with their healthcare provider for personalized advice.

Can I get a flu shot at any CVS location, or are there specific participating stores?

CVS offers flu shots at many of its pharmacy locations. You can receive a flu shot at most CVS pharmacies across the United States.

Is there a waiting period after receiving the CVS Flu Shot before I'm protected?

It takes about two weeks for the body to build full immunity after receiving the flu shot. During this period, it's still possible to get the flu, so it's essential to take preventive measures.

Are there any contraindications for receiving a flu shot at CVS?

Some medical conditions or allergies may be contraindications for the flu shot. It's important to discuss your medical history and any concerns with the healthcare provider before getting vaccinated.

Can I walk in for a flu shot at CVS, or do I need to make an appointment in advance?

CVS often provides walk-in flu shots, but it's recommended to check with your local CVS pharmacy, especially during peak flu season. Appointments may also be available to reduce wait times.

Does CVS offer flu shots for businesses or workplaces?

Some CVS locations may offer flu shot clinics for businesses and workplaces. Employers can inquire with their local CVS pharmacy for details and arrangements.

Are there any age restrictions for getting a flu shot at CVS?

CVS typically provides flu shots to individuals aged 3 and older. However, specific age requirements or restrictions may apply by location.

What other options do I have, other than the CVS flu shot?

In addition to the CVS flu shot, you can have different options such a

Target Flu Shot

Target offers flu shots at its in-store pharmacies, making it convenient for shoppers to get vaccinated against the flu.

Kroger Flu Shot

Kroger provides flu shots at their grocery store pharmacies, offering a one-stop solution for both groceries and vaccinations.

Publix Flu Shot

Publix offers flu shots at their supermarket pharmacies, giving customers an easy way to protect themselves from the flu while grocery shopping.

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