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MyFeetHurt 45,572 May 24, 2008 at 03:17 PM in Coupon (7)
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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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#751
Quote from floridasaver View Post :
Does anyone know if there are any coupons for NEW prescriptions? Mine is being filled at Kmart but it isn't a transfer. I really need to find a competitor coupon for a NEW script. I have Dillon's (Kroger), Walgreen's, CVS, Walmart, Price Chopper and Rite Aid near me. Thanks in advance.
No Target pharmacy in your area??? $10 coupon coming in this Sunday's ad. Also, I know I saw a post somewhere with a link to 2 $25 Rite Aid pharmacy coupons. It had to be here on SD or on FW or HCW.
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#752
Quote from GoHalos View Post :
In this week's ad?
This coming week, yes.
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#753
Does anyone know if the KMart script q [kmart.com] requires you to transfer 4 scripts at once, or can you just transfer 2 or 3 and get $50 or $75? The Q says "up to" $100, but I think that's referring to the fact that they won't give you the full $25 for each script if the retail/insurance reinbursed cost of the script is <$25.

I was also wondering if you could transfer 2 now and 2 later (or 1 now and 3 later, etc.). I believe KMart restricts you to 1 Q every 6 months. TIA
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#754
I have a question for an experienced pharmacy script person......haha

So today I transfered my script to Rite Aid for the 1st time to get the 25GC. My old pharmacy would usually give me 90 days, but Rite Aid only gave me 30.....so on my next refill, I want to see if there is another deal for a transfer (CVS?).

So my question is, should I bring both bottles to CVS (for example) to refill my script, but show them I used to get 90, but Rite Aid only does 30, and that is why I am switching and I want 3 months instead of the 1 month I just got?

Any help would be great.
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#755
Quote from ellemdee View Post :
Does anyone know if the KMart script q [kmart.com] requires you to transfer 4 scripts at once, or can you just transfer 2 or 3 and get $50 or $75? The Q says "up to" $100, but I think that's referring to the fact that they won't give you the full $25 for each script if the retail/insurance reinbursed cost of the script is <$25.

I was also wondering if you could transfer 2 now and 2 later (or 1 now and 3 later, etc.). I believe KMart restricts you to 1 Q every 6 months. TIA
You don't have to transfer 4 scripts. I used it with only 2.

Oh, and they gave me $50 in GC even though 1 of my scripts only cost $10.
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#756
Quote from uthorns1976 View Post :
No Target pharmacy in your area??? $10 coupon coming in this Sunday's ad. Also, I know I saw a post somewhere with a link to 2 $25 Rite Aid pharmacy coupons. It had to be here on SD or on FW or HCW.
No Target pharmacy in my area (just 2 regular Target stores without that) and Meijer REFUSED to let me use the Target $10 NEW prescription coupon today citing no Target pharmacy competitor in the area, soooo I figured I would try CVS. They took the Target coupon no problem, no arguing, no self-righteous "we won't do it cause we don't have to attitude". I like CVS very much now. bounce

I'm an infrequent RX user and very seldom have any prescription that is for more than 1 refill. I guess I am lucky any drugs I regularly take are over the counter. It's fun to be able to participate in an RX deal for a new prescription though. One of my prescriptions I filled today at CVS does have a refill, but the drug costs $27 and is not covered by my insurance. Can someone recommend a good transfer coupon? I have 59 more of this pill to ingest before it is time to refill the prescription and want to transfer that last remaining one somewhere else. Will that count as a transfer since once it is transferred, that is the final refill allowed by the prescription (and no more refills)? Would the K-Mart one be my best bet to do this? I filled a different drug RX at K-Mart last May when I threw my back out (a one-time prescription that K-Mart refused to honor the $10 gc on because the Lortab was only $7 and they said the policy was that the drug had to be more than their gift card offer, so I felt jipped last time). Anyhow.. just don't want to blow a chance on my next refill in 59 days by transferring somewhere that will take my pill bottle and then deny their RX offer. Thanks
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#757
You have two choices for Xfer coupons in the WIKI. One is for Rite Aid $25 Transferred which expires 31 August and the other is KMart $25 Transferred. The KMart coupon limits the gift card to no more than your cost for the prescription. The Rite Aid coupon doesn't have this restriction so I prefer it. I don't fill my prescriptions at KMart or Target because of their restrictions.

I've found that Fry's Food & Drug (Kroger) takes competitors' coupons and gives the full $25 even when the prescription costs less. I've also found their prices to beat even Costco for the medicine my family needs to buy. They are also a lot more customer friendly than ALL the other pharmacies including CVS. Of course YMMV with your local Kroger. Give them a call to price your medicine and ask if they take the Rite Aid coupon (even if there is not one in the area). You may be pleasantly surprised.
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#758
Quote from swantz1984 View Post :
I have a question for an experienced pharmacy script person......haha

So today I transfered my script to Rite Aid for the 1st time to get the 25GC. My old pharmacy would usually give me 90 days, but Rite Aid only gave me 30.....so on my next refill, I want to see if there is another deal for a transfer (CVS?).

So my question is, should I bring both bottles to CVS (for example) to refill my script, but show them I used to get 90, but Rite Aid only does 30, and that is why I am switching and I want 3 months instead of the 1 month I just got?

Any help would be great.
When the next pharmacy contacts Rite-Aid to get the information needed to transfer your Rx, the Rite-Aid pharmacist should be able to tell the new pharmacy that you can get a 90-day supply but they were only able to give you a 30-day supply. If the new pharmacy has any questions, they can contact your doctor directly. In any case, it shouldn't be a big deal.
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#759
I was able to use the Rite Aid 2x$25 coupons at CVS last night. Transfererd 2 scripts and got a $50 GC! I used these coupons at RA a month ago, so I couldn't use them there again, but CVS was happy to take them. woot
One CVS would take competitors' coupons, but they wouldn't accept printables. The second CVS took them both no problem. They were even short on one of my scripts, so they gave me a few to hold me over at no change and gave me the GC for it anyway! I was kinda surprised they took both, since they previously would take two of their own coupons on the same day (they mailed out postcards with 2 script Q's on them, but would only accept one per day).
Quote from SlickJedi View Post :
No Target pharmacy in my area (just 2 regular Target stores without that) and Meijer REFUSED to let me use the Target $10 NEW prescription coupon today citing no Target pharmacy competitor in the area, soooo I figured I would try CVS. They took the Target coupon no problem, no arguing, no self-righteous "we won't do it cause we don't have to attitude". I like CVS very much now. bounce

I'm an infrequent RX user and very seldom have any prescription that is for more than 1 refill. I guess I am lucky any drugs I regularly take are over the counter. It's fun to be able to participate in an RX deal for a new prescription though. One of my prescriptions I filled today at CVS does have a refill, but the drug costs $27 and is not covered by my insurance. Can someone recommend a good transfer coupon? I have 59 more of this pill to ingest before it is time to refill the prescription and want to transfer that last remaining one somewhere else. Will that count as a transfer since once it is transferred, that is the final refill allowed by the prescription (and no more refills)? Would the K-Mart one be my best bet to do this? I filled a different drug RX at K-Mart last May when I threw my back out (a one-time prescription that K-Mart refused to honor the $10 gc on because the Lortab was only $7 and they said the policy was that the drug had to be more than their gift card offer, so I felt jipped last time). Anyhow.. just don't want to blow a chance on my next refill in 59 days by transferring somewhere that will take my pill bottle and then deny their RX offer. Thanks
Do you have a Rite Aid nearby? The Rite Aid Q gives you $25 for each transferred script, up to two scripts. Rite Aid usually restricts you to using a coupon once every 6 months, but you can use both of those at the same time.

Yes, it still counts as a transfer even if it's the last refill.

The KMart Q states that the retail or insurance reimbursed cost of the script must be at least the value of the GC. I think they might still give you a GC for the lower price, since it says "up to" $100 and "value of GC not to exceed the full retail value of the prescription" and "the retail/insurance reimbursed value of the prescription must exceed the value of the gift card off in order to qualify for the full value of the offer". The Rite Aid Q doesn't have this restriction.
Quote from AMDGD View Post :
You have two choices for Xfer coupons in the WIKI. One is for Rite Aid $25 Transferred which expires 31 August and the other is KMart $25 Transferred. The KMart coupon limits the gift card to no more than your cost for the prescription. The Rite Aid coupon doesn't have this restriction so I prefer it. I don't fill my prescriptions at KMart or Target because of their restrictions.
I think they also take into account what the insurance company reimburses them. So if you only pay a $5 copay, but the insurance company reimburses them $30, they you should still get the $25 card.
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#760
Thanks SD, and all you posters for your contributions!

When friends/family question the time I spend on coupons I'm going to give them this as a justification: Tomorrow I am transferring 3 rx's to Rite-Aid and using 3 transfer qs. Lady on phone in pharmacy said I could use the third one. She also is price-matching WM's rx prices. She also is treating one of my scripts as a transfer because I take it every month but it is a controlled substance and doc has to write a new script each month. She also knows rx prices are less than GC but doesn't care. If I didn't follow this site and "waste hours" Rolleyes2 on the computer, I would have spent nearly $100 on these 3 rx's. Now, I'm spending 27.67 and getting $75 in GCs!!! I couldn't have done it without the combined efforts of all the great people here!!

Thank you SlickDeals!!!!!!!!!Clap Yahoo! Hug2
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#761
Quote from AMDGD View Post :
You have two choices for Xfer coupons in the WIKI. One is for Rite Aid $25 Transferred which expires 31 August and the other is KMart $25 Transferred. The KMart coupon limits the gift card to no more than your cost for the prescription. The Rite Aid coupon doesn't have this restriction so I prefer it. I don't fill my prescriptions at KMart or Target because of their restrictions.

I've found that Fry's Food & Drug (Kroger) takes competitors' coupons and gives the full $25 even when the prescription costs less. I've also found their prices to beat even Costco for the medicine my family needs to buy. They are also a lot more customer friendly than ALL the other pharmacies including CVS. Of course YMMV with your local Kroger. Give them a call to price your medicine and ask if they take the Rite Aid coupon (even if there is not one in the area). You may be pleasantly surprised.
Kroger has a coupon out for $20.00 on rx. Found some on ebay. You can get one of those so you won't need to use a competitor coupon.That is...if you have a kroger.
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Quote from SlickJedi View Post :
No Target pharmacy in my area (just 2 regular Target stores without that) and Meijer REFUSED to let me use the Target $10 NEW prescription coupon today citing no Target pharmacy competitor in the area, soooo I figured I would try CVS. They took the Target coupon no problem, no arguing, no self-righteous "we won't do it cause we don't have to attitude". I like CVS very much now. bounce

I'm an infrequent RX user and very seldom have any prescription that is for more than 1 refill. I guess I am lucky any drugs I regularly take are over the counter. It's fun to be able to participate in an RX deal for a new prescription though. One of my prescriptions I filled today at CVS does have a refill, but the drug costs $27 and is not covered by my insurance. Can someone recommend a good transfer coupon? I have 59 more of this pill to ingest before it is time to refill the prescription and want to transfer that last remaining one somewhere else. Will that count as a transfer since once it is transferred, that is the final refill allowed by the prescription (and no more refills)? Would the K-Mart one be my best bet to do this? I filled a different drug RX at K-Mart last May when I threw my back out (a one-time prescription that K-Mart refused to honor the $10 gc on because the Lortab was only $7 and they said the policy was that the drug had to be more than their gift card offer, so I felt jipped last time). Anyhow.. just don't want to blow a chance on my next refill in 59 days by transferring somewhere that will take my pill bottle and then deny their RX offer. Thanks
CVS has a program called Health Savings Pass. It costs $10 a year. It entitles you to get a 90-day supply of certain generic medications for $9.99. I get my allergy medication on this program. Maybe the $27 Rx you got is on this program?? If so, you might be able to save some money.

Since we don't have K-mart around here any more, I did not know that K-mart wouldn't give you a gift card if the cost of the Rx is less than the gift card. That really stinks!! Seems to me that if they really wanted your business, they would at least give you a gift card for the value of the Rx. Of course, most people that transfer a prescription just transfer it to another pharmacy the next time there's a coupon. I have no problem with that. I do it myself.
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#763
Saw the SoCal (v71) Ad today for 8/30-9/5 and there's a $25 GC for new/transferred transcription in there. It says for any transferred prescription in big letters but in the fine print it says, "Receive a $25 CVS/pharmacy Gift Card when your new or transferred prescription is dispensed." I'm sure you can argue for new scripts too Smilie

I think I posted in the wrong thread earlier so I just re-posted it here, hope it's ok.
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#764
Quote from slimshady View Post :
Saw the SoCal (v71) Ad today for 8/30-9/5 and there's a $25 GC for new/transferred transcription in there. It says for any transferred prescription in big letters but in the fine print it says, "Receive a $25 CVS/pharmacy Gift Card when your new or transferred prescription is dispensed." I'm sure you can argue for new scripts too Smilie

I think I posted in the wrong thread earlier so I just re-posted it here, hope it's ok.
Looks like I'll be raiding the CVS ads that week. laugh out loud
Hopefully MI will get the same coupon in our ad, too. Any restriction listed on the coupon regarding how often it can be used? With Rite Aid and I believe KMart it's every 6 months. I think with CVS it's usually one per day, though this seems to vary between stores. Not sure if they have a way of tracking when you last used one. A few months ago, some CVSs around here were keeping a list of peoples' info who used the coupons and the date they used it. Good thing there's lots of CVS locations around here. Big Grin
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#765
Any one saved the K-Mart Prescription transfer coupon pdf file. Some reason the link [kmart.com] is not working. It appears that file is damaged.
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