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Can you get your ears pierced at WalMart?

Question Posted Sunday February 21 2010, 11:35 pm

I really want to get my ears pierced but my mom said she doesn't know a place that will do it for a "fair" price. I think she's afraid to take me to some place that will charge a whole lot of money to just get an ear piercing done on me since I'm 14.

It seems like my friend said something about Wal-mart doing ear piercings a few years ago but I can't quite remember for sure. So, I wanted to know if anyone knows if Walmart will do ear piercings for me and how much it might cost to get my ears pierced at WalMart?

Oh, and if anybody does have experience with getting their ears pierced at Walmart . . . then does Walmart do a good job with ear piercing?


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xosodapopx3 answered Monday February 22 2010, 7:56 pm:
I believe walmart does do ear piercings, but Im not sure of the price. I do know that if you go to the mall, there are places that will pierce your ears for free, all you need is an earring to pay for. Clairs does it for free. To be honest, I got mine done at my doctors office, they did it for free there too.
Also, I know a girl who was 13 and wanted their ears pierced, but not a lot of places would do it until she was 14, so her mom just told the earring place she was 14, and it was fine. :-)

Good luck!!!

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christina answered Monday February 22 2010, 2:32 pm:
Wal*Mart does indeed pierce ears, and I believe it is free, but you're paying for the earrings. Claire's also pierces ears for free, but the cost of the earrings comes into effect. Both places are good to go to if you'd like to get your ears pierced, but definitely take care of them because they can get infected very easily.

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orphans answered Monday February 22 2010, 9:44 am:
upon google-ing this matter, i have found that WalMart do indeed pierce ears, and they charge around the $8.50 mark. Im sure they use sterile needles and everything, simple because a big company like that cannot afford for someone with an infected ear to sue them.

Hope i helped :)

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