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Farmacia Benavides

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Farmacias Benavides is a chain of pharmacies in Mexico that offers several payment methods for in-store and online purchases. In-store, customers can pay with cash, credit and debit cards, […]

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  • Mexico
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  • Mexico Peso
Description

Farmacias Benavides is a chain of pharmacies in Mexico that offers several payment methods for in-store and online purchases.

In-store, customers can pay with cash, credit and debit cards, as well as traveler’s checks. They also accept discount coupons and gift cards from Farmacias Benavides.

Online, Farmacias Benavides accepts payments by Visa, MasterCard, American Express credit cards and PayPal. They also have online payment options such as Pago en línea, Pago Fácil and Paynet.

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