The following pharmacy chains have been selected for their low prices and good pharmacy services:Hoffman-La Roche:$0.89/dose (includes 1-day supply)Hoffmans:$2.89-$3.29/doseCVS:$1.59-$2.99/dosePharmacy pharmacy discount coupons:CVS is offering an all-inclusive $1.00 coupon for anyone in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the United Kingdom.
Coupon is valid through Feb. 10.
Hoffmann-LaRoche has a new offer of $2.50 off the cost of all prescription medications and up to three monthly appointments for patients with certain chronic conditions.
The pharmacy is also offering an annual discount of up to 20 percent off prescription medication, including co-pay, when a prescription is filled.
To qualify for the discount, a patient must have a primary care physician’s recommendation, and a primary health care provider has approved the patient’s condition.
Patients must also be over 18 and have a doctor’s recommendation.
The pharmacist will provide an application for the discounted prescription and will check the eligibility of the patient and their family members to complete the purchase.
The discount is valid until Feb. 11.
Pharmacist Discount Coupon for CVS:Get 20% off on prescription medications with your first order!
Get 20 percent on prescription medication for anyone under 18 and their adult parent or legal guardian.
Get 10% off your first prescription for any eligible medical condition, as well as on prescriptions filled by prescription only.
Get 20-25% off any medication with any eligible health care plan.
Get $1 off on any prescription or over $25 for prescriptions filled and/or prescriptions for patients over 18.
To be eligible for this discount, patients must have:A primary care provider’s referral to the pharmacy.
A prescription refill date of the current day or less.
An application to purchase prescription medication.CVS will waive all fees for customers who apply for the pharmacy discount and are accepted.
Covid-19 testing is no longer recommended for most people.
To be eligible, customers must:Have a primary medical care provider who has a prescription for C-19.
The health care professional must have an approved C-14A or C-20A vaccine or have a C-13B or C20B vaccine.
C-14 vaccines are required for everyone under the age of 18.
C-12 vaccines are not recommended for people younger than 18 years old.