Look closely in your grocery circulars from grocery stores (typically Safeway like Randall’s, Tom Thumb).
On the bottom of page 2 or 3, there are hidden gems worth $25 in a store gift card for each coupon and transferred prescription.
Not blessed with picture-perfect health from the get-go, I’m highly medicated.
I have some prescriptions that are so cheap, that the $25 transfer is worth it (54¢).
That’s $24.46 in free groceries!
I survived a really tough year in 2009 doing this.
A few notes:
*Manufacturers of generics vary in quality on some meds. I switched from CVS to Randall’s and don’t like the “new” med. It doesn’t work as well.
*If you have a 90 day script, transfer on the last month to test price, efficacy and quality.
*Ask the transferring pharmacy about the cost of your medication once you give them some insurance particulars.
Where do I GET THESE?!
Usually in the mail-don’t toss out Safeway, Tom Thumb or Randall’s. Kroger has them sometimes too.
Check the Flipp app.
Check eBay also.
Can’t use them?
Sell them on eBay for $1 or more!