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New Prescription transfer coupons this week

Posted October 22, 2012

There are some new prescription transfer coupons advertised this week.  Please post any other prescription promotions you have found.

Rite Aid  Prescription Transfer Coupons in ad: Get a $25 +UP reward loaded to your +UP card when you transfer a prescription to Rite Aid pharmacy. The $25 +UP expires 14 days after it is issued AND they can’t be redeemed until 6 am the next day after they are issued.There are 2 coupons in the ad and both expires on 10/27/12. See coupon sfor additional details including restrictions.

Kmart Prescription Transfer Coupon in the ad: Reward members get a $25 Kmart gift card with the purchase of a transferred prescription. Coupon valid through 10/31. There are exclusions so read the fine print on the coupon.

Kroger Prescription Transfer Coupon in the ad: Transfer a prescription to Kroger and get $25 added to your Kroger reward card. No coupon needed, Call Kroger pharmacy for more details or to transfer your prescription.

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  • watchhillgirl Oct 22, 9:19 p.m.

    all of my prescriptions, I have to have filled thru mail order. I wish I could get the deals, but I guess I am getting the prescriptions cheap anyways. I can't take advantage of the deals, but when someone has a cold or something I usually get that filled at target and get a gift card.

  • jdouglas13 Oct 22, 5:51 p.m.

    I can only speak for my family, but for a while we definitely transfered our low cost ($4) prescriptions from one pharmacy to another. We had about four of them that we would first fill at Target, then Kroger, then HT. For about a year, it was the only way we could afford to buy food. I don't think the pharmacies were particularly happy, but we did it totally within the guidelines, so I was ok with it. We needed to get refills of the meds all the time anyway, so why not do it so that it benefits us! :)

  • babsnc Oct 22, 4:12 p.m.

    CVS takes competitors coupons for transfers, too!

  • kat08858 Oct 22, 3:51 p.m.

    Walgreens is participating in this - $25 to transfer your script. You will get a $25 Walgreens card.

  • Nanny113 Oct 22, 3:47 p.m.

    Me,too, on new prescriptions. I have 5 I need to fill for upcoming surgery and would love to do them somewhere that is doing credits.

  • ktallarino Oct 22, 3:24 p.m.

    Is Harris Teeter still giving transfer credit too?

  • janineperry Oct 22, 3:05 p.m.

    Is it only for transfers? I have a new prescription I haven't filled yet.

  • nakabi Oct 22, 1:55 p.m.

    Do people just transfer their prescriptions from one pharmacy to another just for credits? I wonder what the drugstores think about this? just curious...