Njoy sold at CVS pharmacy

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  1. louann5840

    louann5840 Full Member ECF Veteran

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  2. Slighter

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    That's still online right? not in the stores?
     
  3. ladysolitary85

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    but but but but how????????
     
  4. cassavetes

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    I saw the kits at CVS over the summer.

    They had 2 kits: one with a single battery and an atomizer, and one with 2 batteries and an atomizer.

    If I remember correctly, they were around 100.00, the 2 battery set being 20.00 more.
     
  5. ladysolitary85

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    tricky on them! did you notice the only flavor they had was menthol or regular?

    This could be a good thing though as far as CVS stepping up to the plate too.
     
  6. Martin2277

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    Well that could help or hurt our cause. I guess we will have to wait and see.
     
  7. Sun Vaporer

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    Those are the only two "flavors" the FDA is going to allow even if Judge Leon classifies them as a tobacco product. So NJOY is on top of their game as best they can be.


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  8. louann5840

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    Evidently they are being sold both at some stores and online. See cassavetes post. But, my link does go to where they are being sold online thru a CVS website. I'm sure it won't be long until they are sold at all the CVS's though.
     
  9. ladysolitary85

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    Lets hope that this plays out the way we want it to...

    I'm just glad someone is stepping up to the plate.

    Next will be Walmart pharmacy or Target, or Wallgreens... $10 on it.
     
  10. louann5840

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    We can check out CVS and ask them when they are going to sell them in the stores, and then when they do, we go to Walmart and say why aren't you selling the ecig here like they do at CVS???? :D
     
  11. Sun Vaporer

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    Walgreens and Target already had them in the Spring of this year and pulled them within a couple of months.


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  12. ladysolitary85

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    yeppppp, all about competition.
     
  13. cassavetes

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    I actually really liked NJoys' tobacco flavored carts. The actual e-cig was an overpriced POS.

    To think, I could have bought a really nice 6V mod for the price I paid for the NJoy kit. (sigh)
     
  14. louann5840

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    Well, there's a good chance they could change thier mind again. I wonder (seriously) what WE could do to influence them? Anything? :confused:
     
  15. cassavetes

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    Costcos' site also pulled them. I think Amazon still carries the carts.
     
  16. Sun Vaporer

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    Cass--you must have bought the NPRO as the Classic is just an RN4072 from First Union--same as what Steve used to sell at Puresmoker--dam good unit--but indeed overpriced.


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  17. ladysolitary85

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    aww... well there goes my $10 bet. But with our luck if this all plays out then maybe target, wallgreens and walmart will be back at it.
     
  18. cassavetes

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    Yeah, it was the NPro. The battery sucked, but I loved the atty. Stll wasn't worth the 100.00 plus shipping I paid for it.

    So PS sold them? Wow. (The penstyle I mean)
     
  19. Webby

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    My company is in hundreds of retail tobacco stores and was involved in talks with two convenience store chains when the FDA report reared it's darling head. These stores want to carry e-cigs. The hesitation is in wondering if the governmental axe will fall and tarnish their reputations.

    Trust me - it isn't a principaled or moral decision. One VP told me that they hold weekly discussions on how to increase and restore the lost tobacco sales from the April legal and tax slams and e-cigs are always at the top of the list.

    I'm pleased to see CVS carrying e-cigs, even if they are Njoy. Perhaps that will start to ease the worry of other chains. SE and Njoy can't be everywhere and competition is a consumer's best friend. If the playing field is opened to superior products that are more reasonably priced, Njoy won't have a stranglehold on the retail market for long.
     
  20. Sun Vaporer

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    Puresomker did sell the RN4072 and for $49.99 it was a damn good unit.


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