$4 And $10 Generic Prescriptions From Walmart, Kroger, and Target
Two weeks ago, I had a procedure to remove a kidney stone. After the procedure, my doctor gave me a prescription for an antibiotic. I had my local pharmacist fill the prescription. I am feeling much better and I am happy to be kidney stone-free.
The antibiotic that I was prescribed is covered by our health care plan and was available at our local pharmacy for a discounted price. While I mentioned my prescription to a friend, he told me that he gets most of his prescriptions through Walmart’s discounted prescription program. Interested, I did some searching, and found that Walmart, Target, and Kroger all offer discounted prescriptions.
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My prescription was for the generic or brand name. The above mentioned discounts apply to generic prescriptions. I always ask my doctor if it is cool to substitute a generic for a brand name, and then I follow his / her advice.