Does Walgreens Make Keys? [Answered!]

Having a duplicate set of keys can be life-saving in situations where you end up locking your keys inside your car or house.

Knowing that Walgreens has stores all over the country and offers a variety of services, you may be wondering: Does Walgreens make keys? Here is what I’ve found out!

Does Walgreens Make Keys In 2022?

Unfortunately, Walgreens does not make keys or offer copying and duplication services at any of its stores as of 2022. However, you can visit other stores like Rite Aid, and Walmart to get keys made. Copying a simple house or garage key can cost anywhere between $1 and $6.

Since Walgreens does not make keys, you may want to know which other stores offer this service and how much it costs. Keep on reading to find out!

Where Else Can You Make Keys?

You can have keys copied and made at a variety of stores including:

  • Home improvement stores like Home Depot, Lowes, and Menards
  • Grocery stores such as Rite Aid and Walmart
  • Dollar stores such as Dollar General (some locations only)
  • Automotive stores like O’Reilly Auto-parts and Pep Boys
  • Locksmiths
  • Car dealerships

What Types Of Keys Can You Get Made?

You can generally get three types of keys made/copied as various key copying kiosks and services in the above stores:

  • House and office keys
  • Automotive keys
  • High-performance keys (more accurate than traditional keys)

How Much Does It Cost To Make Keys?

A simple house or office key will cost anywhere between $1 and $6 to make or copy. The cost of making keys varies based on several factors.

For example, making keys from locksmiths will be more expensive than heading over to one of the stores listed above.

Similarly, making automotive keys will cost you more than making a simple house key because of its added complexity and better design. If your key contained a remote-controlled locking system, it will cost you even more.

Conclusion

Unfortunately, Walgreens does not make keys at any of its stores. However, you can visit locksmiths as well as grocery, home improvement, and automotive stores such as Rite Aid and Walmart to make keys. A typical house or garage key costs between $1 and $6.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of QuerySprout.com.

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