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Prescription transfer coupons this week

Posted November 14, 2010
Updated November 15, 2010

Here are the prescription transfer coupons from this week's ads as well as a retraction from CVS on their policy!

Kroger: Get $25 in free groceries when you transfer a prescription to Kroger. The coupon is in the Simple Healthy Living ad in today's Sunday paper which is different than the normal Kroger ad with all the grocery deals. This one is glossy and had health and fitness sales and some other manufacturer's coupons that can be used anywhere (not just Kroger). It may also be found in stores, but I am not sure. If anyone goes to Kroger in the next couple days, let us know if you found the ad in stores.

Kmart: Get up to a $20 Kmart gift card when you transfer yrou prescription to Kmart. And, when you use the coupon in the ad, Kmart will donate $5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Target: $10 Target gift card with purchase of any new or transferred prescription. Expires 11/29.

My local CVS informed me that they are still taking competitor's prescription transfer coupons after all and that the management was mistaken. Good news, indeed!

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  • Erika in CH Nov 16, 2010

    Good news for you, Faye! ;) Check your email -- I sent you a coupon from CVS!

  • Trickat Nov 15, 2010

    I don't get the Kroger ad in our Sunday paper (wondering if this is only a Raleigh thing?) Also went to the Fuquay Kroger today to get the B1G1 Schick razors (w/$3 printables!), no in-store health ads or coupons - I even asked the pharmacy dept:(

  • KLW Nov 15, 2010

    Oh shoot! I didn't even look through that flyer from Kroger, and I already got rid of the paper. Oh well, it figures.