Every major chain pharmacy and big-box store offers discount generic drug programs, but many people don’t take advantage of them. When filling a prescription, always ask whether your drug is on the pharmacy’s discount list.
Good to know: Our secret shoppers learned that you shouldn’t count on pharmacy employees to tell you when you’re better off paying with cash instead of insurance—so be sure to ask if you’re getting the store’s lowest possible price.
CVS/Pharmacy Health Savings Pass
Get select generic drugs for $12 for a 90-day supply. The fee is $15 per person, per year, to join. But members get 10 percent off their annual flu shot and in-store health services and screenings.
Kmart Prescription Club
This program offers different discounts depending on the drug. Some prescriptions are just $5 for a 30-day supply or $10 for a 90-day prescription. Others range from $12 to $36 depending on the drug. Kmart also offers up to 20 percent off select brand-name drugs; a 20 percent discount on flu shots; and 10 percent off all other immunizations.
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