Walgreen vs CVS week 5 learning team final RES341

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Walgreens vs. CVS 1 Walgreens vs. CVS George Medina, Edward Price, Shelly Goode, Justin Bourne & Celeste Bourne University of Phoenix Week 4 Learning Team RES/341
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Walgreens vs. CVS 2 Using the data collected on Walgreens and CVS, a team has prepared an analysis of the pricing differences of the chosen products and other incentives provided by each company. With this information the team has prepared a couple of graphs to illustrate the differences in price using both physical location pricing and website pricing. One graph contains base price differences and the other illustrates the amount of discounts offered. In addition to price comparisons the team also looked at incentives. One would be coupons offered by Walgreens versus the ExtraCare card program offered by CVS. The team also compared the costumer service of both locations. Lastly, the team will conclude the analysis of the information and give their opinion of which of the two provide a better deal to the average consumer . The sales of the six products listed were limited. The way the research was done for obtaining the statistics was through simple data extraction. The data was all extracted at the same time. This way the products can be measured for accuracy, and for a safe comparison. The six products were the Bic Soleil
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Walgreens vs. CVS 3 Shavers for women, Playtex drop-in bottle liners, Ferraro Rocher Chocolates, Azo cranberry supplement, a digital blood pressure monitor and a pregnancy test. Of these six products, three of the items were on sale. The differences were with the Azo cranberry supplement, in which walgreens.com was the only store
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