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Saturday, August 15, 2009

New Kmart Prescription Coupon (Transfers Only)

There is a new Kmart prescription coupon available HERE. This one is good for transferred prescriptions only, not new ones. You will get one $25 gift card when you transfer a prescription to Kmart. This coupon is good for up to 4 prescriptions, so it's good for up to $100 in gift cards. It expires December 31, 2009.

If you're just getting started with CVS and you have your prescriptions elsewhere, you might want to start transferring them to CVS. If you have a coupon for a free gift card with a prescription transfer, you can use them at CVS. It doesn't even have to be a CVS coupon. They accept competitors' prescription coupons and give you CVS gift cards for them.

When I first started shopping at CVS, I transferred all of my prescriptions there. I did it one at a time as I had a coupon like this available. I ended up getting a lot of gift cards and getting a huge head start on my personal care stockpile. The gift cards are great, but I also get $1 in Extra Care Bucks for every 2 prescriptions that I fill or refill at CVS. So it's an ongoing benefit to have all of my prescriptions at CVS.

In fact, you can currently print a $5 off any $25 purchase coupon HERE by watching an interactive video about the Ready Refill prescription program at CVS.

Thanks, Money Saving Methods!