When you’re running errands with small kids in tow, the fewer stops you have to make the better. Now you’ll have one less place to buckle and unbuckle that car seat because UPS is adding locations to CVS and Michaels stores.

After an initial test run in Texas stores, the partnership between UPS and several retailers is expanding to include 1,100 Michaels locations and thousands of CVS stores across the country. Now customers will be able to drop off and pick up UPS packages and grab prescriptions or shop for slime supplies all in one stop.

UPS is rolling out the service to nearly all 8,000 stand-alone CVS locations in the United States, as well as an unspecified number of Advance Auto Parts stores. Since Amazon returns can be made through UPS Access Points this makes it even easier to shop and make returns on Amazon.

The new locations will provide an easy avenue for returns, but more importantly an option for deliveries if customers do not want their Amazon orders left on their front porch. Of course, much like dropping off Amazon returns at Kohl’s, it will probably be impossible to leave without stocking up on some art supplies.

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—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: Mike Mozart via Flickr

 

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