Why FREE Local Delivery Matters

July 26, 2017 by Miller Admin


Not much is truly free these days. Most times products or services billed as complimentary are provided via inflated costs or hidden charges. One service you can rely upon to be totally and completely cost free is the local delivery service from Millers Pharmacy.

We’ve got a fleet of three delivery vehicles on site ready to bring your order right to your doorstep. While we are only but a few short minutes away, and getting to us on your own isn’t typically an arduous task, there are times when having your items delivered could be a life saver. Whether our local customers are simply too ill, not mobile, have sick children they cannot leave or take with, have no available vehicle, don’t want to venture out in inclement weather or simply don’t have the time to pick up, we at Millers are at their service.

The only limitations to our Free Local Delivery service is that you must be local. Typically, local is within a 15-mile radius of Wyckoff, NJ. We go as far north as Suffern, NY and as far south as Englewood, NJ. Using the service is as easy as can be! Customers can place an order over the phone or online then pay over the phone or online via credit card or we do accept cash payment upon delivery. Whichever is most convenient.

If the ordered items are in stock, we will deliver them same day. There is no minimum order, so even if a customer just needs some pain reliever, we’ve got them covered. There are no items we cannot deliver, however, please note for narcotic prescriptions that the patient for whom the prescription was written must be home to sign for delivery.

Millers Pharmacy has been proudly serving the Wyckoff Community and beyond since 1929 and we have no plans to stop. We take great pride in our customer service and invite you to give us a try as YOUR Community Pharmacy. Stop in, visit our website or give us a call at 201.891.3333. You’ll be glad you did!





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