Sunday, August 22, 2010

Kmart Rx coupon for gift card up to $10 for NEW or Transferred prescription

Kmart's sales flyers this week feature their usual $10 coupon for purchase of a NEW or TRANSFERRED prescription.

Expires Sept. 25.

Limit one certificate per customer (but ask your pharmacist; most are more flexible than the fine print implies).  If his name is Kevin, don't waste your time asking; come back when the other, nicer guy is working. ;-)

Fine print:  It's "up to $10 gift card" based on the total cost of your prescription.  If your co-pay is $5 and the insurance company pays the other $3 of the $8 total cost, then you get an $8 gift card.

But, if your co-pay is ZERO (and it's not because it's covered by any government program) and your private insurer pays the $15 cost of the drug, then you still get the $10 full gift card amount.

You can also redeem these at:
-- Giant Eagle
-- CVS
-- Kroger

Kroger $25 Rx coupon in some ad bags again this week

The bag of ads that shows up over the weekend on most people's front door steps or near their mailboxes again had a Kroger ad that featured a $25 Rx coupon.

It appears that bags in Upper Arlington area and Worthington/Dublin area all received same coupon that is only good at certain Kroger locations:
-- Olentangy River Rd.
-- Hospital Drive
-- Powell Rd
-- Bridge St.
-- Sawmill Rd.
-- Hampstead Village Way

Also, this week's is only good for TRANSFERRED prescriptions ... NOT those that are NEW as was case for those distributed in Upper Arlington area last week.

Expires Sept. 12.

It's in the Kroger ad that again has "Nature's Market" natural foods and organics featured on front (grapes, pears, Kashi pizza, etc.) and the full page pharmacy ad on back page (green background) with coupon being the shopping bag with "Get $25 in FREE Food!" on it.

The ad bag that contains this is the one with "Kroger" ad on one side (touting 10 for $10 mix or match) and Medco employment ad at top of that side ... and, on the other side, an ad for Bargain Outlet.

These coupons are also accepted at central Ohio locations (at least) of:
-- CVS
-- Giant Eagle
-- Kmart

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Target $10 gift card with any NEW or Transferred prescription

Target's sales flyers this week have their usual Rx coupon:

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

Expires 8/30/2010.

Remember:  Target does not limit how many prescriptions you bring them (new or transferred) with these coupons.  Five transfers plus two new scripts and 7 coupons = $70 in gift cards without hassle or attitude (most of the time ... unlike other places such as Kroger).

Where else can you use this?
---> CVS, Giant Eagle, Kmart, and Kroger (much attitude and restrictions often apply; see for details)

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Kroger: $25 in free food with NEW or Transferred Rx

In the clear bag of ads just dropped on my front porch, there's a Kroger ad with Angus beef on back and Nature's Market organic pitch on front. Inside back page is coupon for $25 on NEW or TRANSFERRED prescriptions. Expires Sept. 12. One coupon per customer. Limitations may apply (like their lifetime blacklisting on Rx coupons after 3 or 4 or so ... or banning you from all their stores for life ;-).

Reminder: CVS, Kmart & Giant Eagle accept these too.

CLARIFICATION:  I discovered that the Kroger ads in the bags are different in different parts of Columbus this week.  Those in the Bethel/Henderson area are as described above.  Those in the Dublin/Worthington area are different -- they're on the back page where the Angus was and they are ONLY good for TRANSFERS (not NEW prescriptions).

Each also lists specific locations where they are accepted.

The one for NEW or TRANSFER is good at these Kroger locations: Chambers, Henderson, Crown Plaza Dr., Cemetery Road, and Hilliard Rome Road.

The one for TRANSFER only is good at these Kroger locations: 2913 Olentangy River Road, Hospital Drive, Powell Road, W. Bridge St. (Worthington), 7625 Sawmill Rd., and Hampstead Village Way.

If you find other variations of the coupon that list other stores, please add a comment (be sure to list whether it was NEW & TRANSFERRED or just Transferred Rx that are eligible as well as the stores that are listed on the coupon).

Kroger $25 transfer without coupon ends 8/15

Kroner has had an ad on TV and on front right of Dispatch and full page ads on back of A section saying: "Transfer a prescription, get $25 free groceries."

Not certain how many you can transfer and get that reward. They banned me 2 years ago for using too many coupons. ;-)

Please add comment if you find out if it's one per day, life, whatever.

Giant Eagle will honor this couponless offer. Just mention it. As is their usual coupon policy for competitor match, Giant Eagle will accept one per day.

And they won't be snotty and rude (as Kroger often does) when you ask them to honor a coupon -- theirs or a competitors.