Sunday, July 25, 2010

Target: $10 gift card with any NEW or TRANSFERRED prescription

On page 25 of this week's sales flyer (in today's newspaper and at customer service desk), there's a coupon at the bottom that says:

FREE $10 Target GiftCard with purchase of any new or transferred prescription.

Expires: 8/9/10.

Kmart: $10 gift card for NEW prescription

For second week in a row, there's a wrap-around sheet on the weekly sales flyer at Kmart.  On the back of it is the coupon that says:
"Get up to a $10 Kmart gift card with the purchase of a NEW prescription."

It was in Sunday newspapers today.  You'll also find them at entrance to most Kmarts.

The amount you get back will be equal to your co-pay (if any) plus what your insurance company pays (if anything).  For instance, a drug you pay $5 for and the insurance company pays just $3 (for total of $8), you get a gift card for $8.

For the full $10, maybe bring them the Target coupon that was also in today's newspaper. Mentioned above.

EXPIRES: 8/21/2010

Kmart: Up to $100 gift card to TRANSFER four prescriptions (up to $25 each)

At the pharmacy, checkouts, and customer service desk of Kmart, they have the little brochures that say on the outside, "Get up to $100 in Kmart gift cards" and on the inside has 4 coupons for up to $25 each when you TRANSFER a prescription from a competitor.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Kmart: Up to $10 for NEW prescription; expires 8/14/2010; also up to $100 when you transfer FOUR (up to $25 each) with brochure @ checkouts

In this week's Kmart sales flyers, there's a wrap-around sheet with pharmacy coupon on the back.

It will give you up to $10 gift card.

It has their usual fine print about how, to get the full $10, your prescription needs to cost at least that much -- combination of your co-pay (if any) and the amount your insurance pays (if any).

So, if co-pay was $5 and insurance kicked in the other $3 for $8 retail drug, you get an $8 gift card.

If you pay $0 for copay on a generic where insurance pays $50, you get the full $10 gift card amount.

Expires 8/14/2010.

There seems to be an error in this ad because it says at the top "get up to $100 in Kmart gifts cards when you TRANSFER four (4) prescriptions to a Kmart Pharmacy."  Or perhaps they're referring to the brochures at Kmart checkouts that have 4 coupons for up to $25 each for a transferred prescription.

Target $10 w/new, transferred Rx; expires 7/26

Sorry.  Forgot to post this last weekend. 

Target sales flyers (in stores through Saturday, July 17 ... and in newspapers on Sunday, July 11 ... now in some recycling bins ;-) had an Rx coupon:

FREE $10 Target GiftCard with purchase of any NEW or TRANSFERRED prescription.

Remember:  Target doesn't limit how many prescriptions you bring them with a coupon; no daily/weekly limits.