It seems we have price wars going on between major retailers right now. You never know when another DEAL will come along. Could price wars between the drug companies themselves be far behind?
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Wegmans, a major grocery "superstore" chain of 71 stores in the Northeast has announced it will offer a similar generic low cost program for 90 supplies of drugs... for a penny less than Wal-mart :D
Giant/Eagle is jumping into the "free drug" arena with a pilot program to offer 11 drugs that are heavily used in the flu season for free.
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Kroger's has just announced its list of $4.00 drugs that they also have. The promote over 300 generic prescriptions. Their Alphabetical listing is located at the participating Kroger stores.
I currently have the complete list and will add it at a later date.
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