5 Places Where You Can Get Free Prescription Drugs
You can indeed get certain prescriptions for free at Meijer. Eligible prescriptions are prenatal vitamins, Metroformin Immediate Release and atorvastatin calcium, among other select antibiotics.
Bring your prescriptions into Price Chopper for qualifying medications and they’ll fill your order for free. There are also no limits to the number of prescriptions this offer is good for and refills are also accepted. Qualifying drugs include amoxicillin, amoxil, cephalexin, fluconazole, penicillin, and sulfamethoxazole.
With Publix Pharmacy’s Free Medications Program, you can get many most-often prescribed medications for free no matter who your prescription insurance provider is. You can get free 14-day supplies of antibiotics like amoxicillin, ampicillin, cephalexin, and sulfamethoxazole, and 30-day supplies of heart medication (Lisinopril) and diabetic medication (Metformin).
Reasor’s offers an array of free prescription vitamins and antibiotics. From prenatal vitamins to amoxicillin to children’s chewable multivitamins with floride, Reasor’s has got you covered.
If you’re taking Lipitor for high cholesterol, you can get the generic version (Astorvastin) at Wegmans for free through 12/31/13. This offer is good for up to 90 tablets.
Read about 10 more places where you can get free prescription drugs over at About’s Frugal Living.