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Last Edited by MyFeetHurt October 21, 2009 at 07:03 PM
I changed the name of the thread per Pearl200 sugggestion.
Please place all links to prescription coupons in the wiki




Link to coupon HERE


Coupon expires 6/7/08
Good for new or transferred prescriptions



Thanks and credit to jennifng here for telling us

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Last Edited by Rebate Addict December 20, 2013 at 03:49 PM
KMart is offering $25 gift cards up to $100 for transferred Rxes (exp. 1/31/14): https://pharmacy.kmart.com/shc/My..._Flyer.pdf

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Get $30 credit for every new Rx YMMV [drugstore.com]

Drugstore offers Free Rx shipping only on first order not on refills
http://www.drugstore.com/rx-free-.../qxc141465




Pharmacies that Do/Don't Take Competitor Prescription Coupons- Please include if this is a Corporate policy or an individual store's policy (if individual store only, please include location). Also include date added to the list.

Harris Teeter- YES! - I was told by a pharmacy tech (at a Charlotte, NC area store) that *all* Harris Teeters do. 8/20/2011
Rite Aid- no 8/20/2011
CVS- YMMV? Mine takes them in Apple Valley, MN. Others on here have said no to CVS. 2/16/2012
Target- no 8/20/2011
Walgreens- no 8/20/2011

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#31
Quote from rubberbiscuitz View Post :
I haven't been to Target this year but last year I had no problem getting 10$ full value cards. I didn't mean to suggest going to Target though, I meant to take the 10$ coupon to CVS in case you had a bone-headed CVS who wouldn't take internet coupons anymore. But I guess 10$ sucks if you have to pay extra at CVS for your rx than at Target.
Here's an example: One of my generic drugs that was $4 per month at Giant Eagle with or without insurance, would have been over $17.00 a month at CVS. With my lousy insurance, the co-pay on the generic would make the price $15.00. This drug has just been added to the new 90 day list. A three month supply would now be $10 at GE (maybe even less at WalMart), while the price stays $15.00 per month at CVS. Doesn't take a genius to figure out the $25 GCs aren't worth the extra OOP in real cash I'd have to come up with to buy my prescriptions at CVS. Not to mention GE accepting competitors qs and currently having one of their own for $1.00 off per gallon of gas at their Get Go gas stations. That's worth $30.00 to me.
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#32
So happy about this Q. I used it Thursday to get a scrip for my daughter filled which cost about $8 and then used it today to get one for me filled which was about $4. These are both non-refillable scrips for basic items (Amoxicillian, IBuprofen 800) and the OOP was covered by my HSA. I think this is best case scenario for these Qs. If you have a monthly expensive scrip, I can see that it wouldn't help that much. I wish I could rep the OP again!heart Maybe later this week.
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Quote from lotsaluv4deals View Post :
So happy about this Q. I used it Thursday to get a scrip for my daughter filled which cost about $8 and then used it today to get one for me filled which was about $4. These are both non-refillable scrips for basic items (Amoxicillian, Tylenol 800) and the OOP was covered by my HSA. I think this is best case scenario for these Qs. If you have a monthly expensive scrip, I can see that it wouldn't help that much. I wish I could rep the OP again!heart Maybe later this week.
Did it scan okay for you? I haven't used it yet. It seems a little blurry.
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#34
Great timing! I have a scrip to fill and was hoping something would come up! Thanks OP!!
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Quote from love2beeamom View Post :
Did it scan okay for you? I haven't used it yet. It seems a little blurry.
Yep, both times it scanned. I didn't use the one right from the ad though. I couldn't even read that. I used the one that was pulled out and a little larger. HTH.Smilie
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Quote from lotsaluv4deals View Post :
Yep, both times it scanned. I didn't use the one right from the ad though. I couldn't even read that. I used the one that was pulled out and a little larger. HTH.Smilie
thanks and repped!
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#37
Quote from MistyQ View Post :
They were supposed to be changing their policy, but I had a big ta do about this today at one CVS. The manager on duty was absolutely nasty to me (I posted the long story in the rant thread), Anyway, I called around to a bunch of CVSs -some who had price matched in the past, and they all told me no. If you have a Giant Eagle near you, try there. They have the $4.00 generics and the new 90 day program - and they take competitors coupons.
Giant Eagle will also have regular coupons for $1 off gas with scrips..$30 for the slick dealers Wink

Quote from MistyQ View Post :
Here's an example: One of my generic drugs that was $4 per month at Giant Eagle with or without insurance, would have been over $17.00 a month at CVS. With my lousy insurance, the co-pay on the generic would make the price $15.00. This drug has just been added to the new 90 day list. A three month supply would now be $10 at GE (maybe even less at WalMart), while the price stays $15.00 per month at CVS. Doesn't take a genius to figure out the $25 GCs aren't worth the extra OOP in real cash I'd have to come up with to buy my prescriptions at CVS. Not to mention GE accepting competitors qs and currently having one of their own for $1.00 off per gallon of gas at their Get Go gas stations. That's worth $30.00 to me.
hah! didn't read far enough Smilie Sorry, can't help myself, I LOVE free gasoline!
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#38
Thanks, just what I needed.
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#39
This may be a dumb question, but can you transfer from 1 CVS to another CVS and use this coupon to get the $25 gift card?
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Quote from Jmaynard View Post :
This may be a dumb question, but can you transfer from 1 CVS to another CVS and use this coupon to get the $25 gift card?
Typically, transferring is from another company. I don't know of any chain that would allow the benefit for transferring from same stores...
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Quote from Jmaynard View Post :
This may be a dumb question, but can you transfer from 1 CVS to another CVS and use this coupon to get the $25 gift card?
not sure you can...transferred prescription generally refers to transferring from a competitor like Walgreens, Rite Aid, Walmart, etc
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#42
They wouldn't normally let you transfer from just another CVS. I guess if you asked them about 4$ scripts and said something about just transferring the rx to Walgreens, they might comply but I've never had any luck doing finagling like that. Frown

Quote from MistyQ View Post :
Here's an example: One of my generic drugs that was $4 per month at Giant Eagle with or without insurance, would have been over $17.00 a month at CVS. With my lousy insurance, the co-pay on the generic would make the price $15.00. This drug has just been added to the new 90 day list. A three month supply would now be $10 at GE (maybe even less at WalMart), while the price stays $15.00 per month at CVS. Doesn't take a genius to figure out the $25 GCs aren't worth the extra OOP in real cash I'd have to come up with to buy my prescriptions at CVS. Not to mention GE accepting competitors qs and currently having one of their own for $1.00 off per gallon of gas at their Get Go gas stations. That's worth $30.00 to me.
Yeah, I wasn't really concerned about the price difference earlier this year because it was all coming out of the health care savings account, but we hit our limit already so now that 60$ is coming straight out of our bank acct. Frown So I need to look into the 4$ meds too!
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Last edited by rubberbiscuitz May 27, 2008 at 02:46 PM
#43
Walgreens has a perscription transfer check that expires 5/31/08 that i know my local CVS will match with a cash card with transferred script.
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#44
No go for me as I have Medco that process my prescriptions. I have to actually go to Medco's listed participating pharmacies and CVS is not one of them. Sucks! Mad

Thanks though for posting! Wink
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#45
Thanks so much for posting this! I was able to use this coupon twice! We are new to CVS and are in the process of transferring our prescriptions over to CVS, so this came in very handy esp. since our scripts are $60 each! (Isn't that horrible, $60 each with insurance! EEK! ...sucks!)
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