Sunday, November 1, 2009

Target: $10 gift card with ANY new or transferred Rx

This week's sales flyers at Target (included in newspapers today) have a coupon worth a free $10 Target GiftCard with purchase of any new or transferred prescription.

As usual, Target doesn't limit number of prescriptions you can bring them with a coupon. Just make sure you bring a separate coupon for each one.

Expires 11/16/09.

Other stores that accept Target coupons include:
Giant Eagle, CVS, and Kroger (with one-a-day limit and some other "lifetime" limitations in "Great Lakes" region of Kroger -- Michigan and most of Ohio other than Cincy/Dayton). For details, see: Which pharmacies take competitor coupons?

Kmart: up to $10, new or transferred Rx

For the fourth week in a row, the Kmart weekly sales flyer has an Rx coupon good for:

up to $10 Gift Card

with NEW or TRANSFERRED prescription.

Same nonsense fine print detailed in previous entry. If your co-pay is less than $10, you get what you pay (even if your health insurance is paying $200 or more).

If that's the case, grab a Target coupon and go there instead (see next entry).

Expires 11/28/09.