Sunday, January 10, 2010

Target $10 gift card with NEW or Transferred Rx, Expires 1/25/20101, no limits on #

Target sales flyers this week (in today's newspaper and available at customer service desk of stores until Saturday) contain a coupon that's worth:

$10 gift card with any NEW or Transferred prescription.

NO LIMITS on NUMBER of new/transferred prescriptions you can take to them ... make sure you have a coupon for each one. And, as it says on coupon, of course: "Limit one coupon per prescription." But if you take them 7 prescriptions (perhaps 5 transfers from some other chain plus 2 new scripts) and you bring 7 coupons, then they'll honor giving you $70 in gift cards. At least they've never hassled me whatsoever in that regard. In fact, they've consistently been the best about taking their own Rx coupons ... and not imposing ever-changing and often arbitrary restrictive policies (one per day, one per household, one per 6 months, one per transaction, or 3 to 4 per life). Thanks, Target! :-)

EXPIRES: 1/25/2010.

FINE PRINT: Just the "Limit one coupon per prescription and usual stuff about not valid with transfers from other Target locations and that they can't honor in states where illegal or where meds are paid for by government-subsidized plans."

WHERE ELSE CAN YOU USE THESE? CVS, Kmart, Kroger and Giant Eagle. Details about which pharmacies accept COMPETITOR coupons and with what policies/restrictions listed at

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