Your Ultimate Black Friday Pinworm Checklist

Thanksgiving and Christmas are the two most famous holidays in the United States. For some, Black Friday is the most celebrated holiday. A day, people wake up bright and early in the morning to find the best parking spot at the mall—the nostalgic hustle and bustle from store to store. And after a long day of shopping, ending the morning with lunch at the Cheesecake Factory. In the weeks before Black Friday, children circle magazines, make their wish lists, or email Santa, letting their parents know what they want for Christmas. And as the old saying goes, if you are good, Santa will get you present, and if you are Naughty, you will receive coal in your stocking. While there is no Santa’s Naughty list, neither is there a pinworm naughty list. Prepare yourself for pinworms this holiday season using our ultimate Black Friday checklist.  


Implement Hygiene 

The first thing we think of in the winter is the cold and flu season. Parents always strive to implement good hygiene with their kids to stop the spread of germs and infections. The same goes for pinworms; the most effective way to stop the spread of pinworms is to instill proper hand washing in our school-aged children. 


Find a Store Near You

The packed stores fill with shoppers yearly, and we hope you enjoy the Christmas season without being trampled and can discover pinworms near you. Whether you shop at Walmart or coupon with Walgreens, you can be sure to find pinworms near you. See our store locater for your convenience.

And don’t forget to save your receipt for our mail in rebate program here. 


Buy for the Family

Sometimes, only one child gets infected with pinworms, but it is likely that if one person in the household gets infected, then more will, too. We proudly offer a 2oz version of Reese’s Pinworm Medicine at multiple store locations. Enjoy the holiday season without a family pinworm outbreak.