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WALGREENS Coupon Get a $25 Merchandise Gift Card with EVERY Prescription you transfer to 5/31/13 (exclusions apply and in some states not allowed)

boilerroom86 37 January 2, 2013 at 07:21 AM in Gift Card (6) More Walgreens Deals
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LINK: https://www.walgreens.com/images/...upon_2.pdf

Fine Print:

Purchase of a transferred prescription with
valid refills is required and coupon must be
presented at prescription payment. Offer
does not apply to any prescription transferred
from a Walgreens, Duane Reade or other
pharmacy owned by the Walgreens Family
of Companies. Some card restrictions apply.
Coupon redemption must be completed by
5/31/13. Not valid with any other offers.
Redeemable in store only.
coupon Good at
Walgreens
*IMPORTANT EXCLUSIONS: This offer is not valid for
and cannot be used by any patient who, based on
available plan information, is currently or has been
a beneficiary of a federal healthcare program, such
as Medicare Part D, Medicare Advantage, Medicare
Part B, Medicaid, TRICARE or the Federal Employees
Health Benefits Program any time in the 6 months
prior to coupon redemption. Offer not valid in AL,
AR, MS, ND, NJ, NY, OR and PR and other transfer
restrictions may apply.


Purchase of a transferred prescription with
valid refills is required and coupon must be
presented at prescription payment. Offer
does not apply to any prescription transferred
from a Walgreens, Duane Reade or other
pharmacy owned by the Walgreens Family
of Companies. Some card restrictions apply.
Coupon redemption must be completed by
5/31/13. Not valid with any other offers.
Redeemable in store only.

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#31
Are they taking express scripts?
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#32
Quote from atlantagirl View Post :
Are they taking express scripts?

yes they are.
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#33
Quote from SUCHaDEAL View Post :
yes they are.
Excellent, thanks
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#34
Awe, not valid in nj
Well..less hassle for me.
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#35
Quote from Hotlantan View Post :

Ask a doctor to write you some throwaway generic scripts with 10 refills that you can pay cash out of pocket
what are some examples of these? which medications do you have Rx for that fit this description?
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#36
I know this thing says transferred prescriptions but what about brand new prescriptions for brand new customers?
Any coupons on those?
Or could I use this one to substitute?
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#37
Quote from Hotlantan View Post :
This same Walgreens coupon has been on their website for months - I first printed one out with the 5.31.13 expiration date back in September.

ATTENTION SLICKDEALERS: Also note that KROGER offers $25 added to your Plus Card with each transferred (not new) prescription. Any script (NOT paid for by the govt) is accepted as long as it still has refills... and you DON'T need a coupon.

Ask a doctor to write you some throwaway generic scripts with 10 refills that you can pay cash out of pocket - I probably wouldn't risk all the back and forth on medicines you "really" need.

Just picked up four vitamins from Kroger yesterday that I've been bouncing every month since September between Kroger and Wags. Every month I've been paying a total out of pocket cost of $23.92 and receiving a total cash back of $100!
woot
Personally, I see a BIG difference in the ethics of what you are suggesting and SUCHaDEALs post.
*One, I consider as being a little inconvenient & using a little extra gas but well worth it.
*The other, I consider as being a legal way of stealing.
Maybe you can figure out which is which. Thumbdown
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#38
For those on public-run insurance programs, it is against federal law for Walgreens to let you use these, as is included in the Fine Print of the 1st post!

"Justice Department: Walgreens settles amid probe into illegal prescription deals"
http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/20/hea...index.html
"Walgreens will pay governments $7.9 million in a settlement..."
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#39
Quote from aggies12 View Post :
I work at walgreens pharmacy and they didn't honor your prescription because there wasn't any refills remaining on it..therefore there is nothing to transfer! You actually need refills remaining on your prescription when you transfer it, otherwise, it wouldn't make any sense. Oh and government issued insurances would also negate your gift card eligibility.
What if you have that type of insurance, but don't use it on the RX you are transferring...in other words, pay cash? Confused
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#40
Quote from Hotlantan View Post :
This same Walgreens coupon has been on their website for months - I first printed one out with the 5.31.13 expiration date back in September.

ATTENTION SLICKDEALERS: Also note that KROGER offers $25 added to your Plus Card with each transferred (not new) prescription. Any script (NOT paid for by the govt) is accepted as long as it still has refills... and you DON'T need a coupon.

Ask a doctor to write you some throwaway generic scripts with 10 refills that you can pay cash out of pocket - I probably wouldn't risk all the back and forth on medicines you "really" need.

Just picked up four vitamins from Kroger yesterday that I've been bouncing every month since September between Kroger and Wags. Every month I've been paying a total out of pocket cost of $23.92 and receiving a total cash back of $100!
woot
I wasn't aware of this, so I'm glad it's posted. We're an older couple with numerous scripts so this should get us hundreds of dollars. And I recently asked my Kroger if they were doing this and they told me no, so I didn't know about that either.


By the way......what kind of quack doctor would write scripts for things people don't need with refills or would write scripts for vitamins that could be bought over the counter?
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#41
ThanksRepped!
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#42
Quote from AZcpnsurfer View Post :
What if you have that type of insurance, but don't use it on the RX you are transferring...in other words, pay cash? Confused
then that would be perfectly fine.
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#43
Quote from aliadam View Post :
I wasn't aware of this, so I'm glad it's posted. We're an older couple with numerous scripts so this should get us hundreds of dollars. And I recently asked my Kroger if they were doing this and they told me no, so I didn't know about that either.


By the way......what kind of quack doctor would write scripts for things people don't need with refills or would write scripts for vitamins that could be bought over the counter?
I see you are a bit Confused as to how this can work. With scripts you can submit the claim to your flexible spending account, without the scripts you pay for the vitamins out of pocket. It all adds up. nod
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Quote from kaipulla View Post :
Walgreens wouldn't let me use this. They say the system denied without any reason. I have BCBS of MA and working for a public company. They asked me to call 1-800 number and log a complaint. I said I can't do and I will just transfer back to CVS.

This is not about 25 dollars. This is so stupid of Walgreens.
I'm not 100% sure, but I believe this has something to do with the fact that Massachusetts has public insurance. Many prescription manufacturer coupons exclude patients who receive benefits from public insurance, which includes Medicaid, Medicare, federal employee program, and Massachusetts public insurance plans (I don't live in MA so I'm not sure about the specifics).
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#45
Quote from aggies12 View Post :
the only reason walgreens offer the gift card is to steal business from other pharmacies. they wouldn't just give you 25$ for every prescription you bring to them! i would say just ask your doctor to give you a refill on something relatively inexpensive next time so you can get the gift card Smilie
that being said, i remember when they did in the past........ or maybe because was a new store
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