Free And Discounted Prescriptions
Over the past few months, I’ve dealt with some now-resolved health issues. I’m doing great now, but I have a deeper appreciation for free and discounted prescription drugs. Here’s an updated list of pharmacies, drug stores, and supermarkets that offer free or discounted prescriptions. Information is subject to change. Check each store website for full details! This list is just a summary of my own personal research.
Walmart sells several medications at $4, 30-day supply and $10, 90-day supply. Click the link and then use the drop-down menus to see if your prescription is covered.
Fred’s offers several medications at $4, 30-day supply. Click the link and the scroll to the bottom for a link to the list of drugs that they offer.
Rite Aid has an Rx Savings Program, with discounts on various medicaions, including some prescriptions at $9.99, 30-day supply and $15.99, 90-day supply. Click the link for more details.
Albertson’s myRxCare program charges an $11.99 annual fee, and offers several drugs at $3.99, 30-day supply and $9.99, 90-day supply. Click the link to apply for the program and check the list of approved medications.
Publix offers a small selection of prescriptions drugs, for free. That’s right. Click the link for the list. This is yet ANOTHER reason why we need Publix to open a store near us!
Winn-Dixie – as well as partner stores – Bi-Lo and Harvey’s – has it’s own perks program. The annual fee is $5, and users will have access to a selection of medications at $4, 30-day supply and $10, 90-day supply. Winn-Dixie also offers a small selection of free medications. Check the link for full details. Our local Bi-Lo doesn’t have a pharmacy, so check before you head to your local store.
Giant Eagle offers a selection of drugs at $4, 30-day supply and $10, 90-day supply. Click the link to view the list.
Harris Teeter offers a selection of discounted generics. Click the link for a list. We love to visit the Harris Teeter when we are on vacation.
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