With three kids, I am always looking for ways to save money on prescription medication.Â A few years ago, I found out about the prescription discount programs offered by Walmart, Target, and Kroger.Â Each of these stores offer a selection of $4 and $10 medications.
I recently spoke with a friend who shops at Publix – and he noted that Publix offers a discounted prescription plan, which features a selection of free antibiotics.Â I decided to do a bit of research and update my list of stores offering prescription discount programs.
Click here to view and updated list of Free and Discounted Prescription Programs.
The information below may be out-of-date.Â Several stores have changed their policies and programs.Â Click the link above for the latest, up-to-date, information.
Click to view Publix Discount Prescription Program. (some free medications)
Click to viewÂ Walmartâ€™s Discount Prescription Program. ($4 and $10 prescriptions)
Click to view.Â ($4 and $10 prescriptions)
Click to viewÂ Targetâ€™s Discount Prescription Program.Â ($4 and $10 prescriptions)
Click to view Giant Eagle Discount Prescription Program.Â ($4 and $10 prescriptions / some free medications)
Click to view Meijer Discount Prescription Program.Â (some free medications)
Click to view.Â ($3.99 and $9.99 prescriptions / some free medications)
I always ask my doctor if it is cool to substitute a generic for a brand name, and then I follow his / her advice.Â The information above is subject to change without notice.