How much do your medications cost you? @Walgreens

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walgreens for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

PhotobucketBefore I met my husband, I never really thought about the costs of medications. I took one prescription sometimes and it didn’t occur to me that I could get it any cheaper than whatever the copay was with my insurance.

Hubby had some serious health issues before I met him and he has a ton of medications that he will take for the rest of his life. In addition, we have had a few instances when our boy has needed medications that are just not offered OTC for a child as young as him.

We have insurance through my job and have added insurance for my husband, but what if we didn’t?

WHAT WOULD WE DO?

For families who don’t have access to prescription insurance savings need to know about the Walgreens Prescription Savings Club. This program offers discount prices for certain medications and can save members lots of money every month!!

WHAT DOES IT COST?

Walgreens is offering this program for families for only $35 per year, which includes immediate family, spouse, dependents ages 22 and younger, and pets. Individuals can enroll for only $20 per year.

WHAT IS THE RISK?

There is none!! Walgreens Prescription Savings Club membership is risk free. If you don’t save more than the cost of your membership during the course of the year of your membership, you can receive a refund for the difference.

TELL ME MORE!!

The Savings Club provides prescriptions savings on over 8,000 brand-name and all generic medications, as well as discounts on flu shots, pet prescriptions, nebulizers, and diabetic supplies. 

Find out more and learn what others think by following Walgreens on Facebook and Walgreens on Twitter.

Visit Sponsor's Site

Comments

  1. Ashleigh Walls says:

    I’m hoping to have a Walgreens near me soon!
    Ashleigh Walls recently posted..#SharetheLove Hop: Win A Valentine’s Day Package From HallmarkMy Profile

  2. Katie Smih says:

    we had to leave walgreens because they stopped taking express scrips so we went to king soopers, they gave us a $25 GF for changing.
    I hope you find something that works for you.
    Katie Smih recently posted..Free Friday #giveaway link upMy Profile

  3. My parents used this for at least a year while they had no health insurance. It really helped because they have a lot of prescriptions to take.
    Darcy recently posted..VeggieTales If I Sang a Silly Song and God Loves You Very Much Review & Giveaway (US) 2/23My Profile

  4. Thank you for the info. Prescriptions are confusing
    Lena – @elenka29 recently posted..Healthy Snacks on the GoMy Profile

Speak Your Mind

*

CommentLuv badge