By LoracMc from Iowa
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By Lelia Jo Cordell 02/25/2010
Thanks for the info! I don't do this myself, but I have a friend who does. As soon as I saw your post I called her!
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Target, CVS and a few other stores offer a store shopping card (incentive) when you bring in a new prescription or transfer a prescription from another store. I take medication before dental appointments and the cost of the prescription was .65 cents with prescription plan at a local pharmacy.
I had filled a new prescription at Target a while back and got a $10.00 shopping card. Then later when CVS had an incentive for new or transferred prescriptions I got a $25.00 shopping card. The register receipt also had a coupon attached, spend $15.00 and get $3.00 off. $28.00 is nothing to sneeze at!
It pays to watch for these ads if you fill prescriptions at local pharmacies.
Tip: You must transfer a prescription from a different store.