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    Has anyone tried the Wal Mart 4$ prescription program? I love it. I printed the list from Wal Mart.com and took it to my doctor and we changed two of my prescriptions to those that WM carries for 4 bucks.

    My biggest complaint is the wait. The pharmacy is soooo busy that I have to wait for at least an hour for a new script, but picking up refills isn't so bad.

    Of course my 2008 goals are to lose some weight and get off my diabetes and HBP drugs. Almost there! I am down to half a HBP pill now and have decreased my diabetes drugs! Whoopee!

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    Keep taking good care & kudos on getting the lower price!




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    Several of my patients are currently using WalMart pharmacy due to the cheap medications they are VERY pleased!!! I have not tried the WalMart plan as I am not on any medications besides vitamins. I applaud you for losing weight and thus decreasing the dosage on your High Blood Pressure and diabetes medications.
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    I'm on 1 med that's on the $4 list so I get it at Walmart, but I hate the Walmart pharmacy. They are incredibly slow, rude, and this one particular lady and I have it out for each other. Heaven forbid we ever meet in a dark alley somewhere LOL.

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    We have used the Walmart pharmacy with great success. I used it for my son's Rx's but none of mine are on the "list" unfortunately The pharmacist at our local Walmart was very courteous and helpful given our son had a very bizarre, rare health condition going on. We are in TX and I think the HEB also has a $5 prescription program here, if that helps anyone.

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    I "think" target has the same program. People can check into that.

    also, be aware, that the 4 dollar program is for ONE pill a DAY per month. If you take TWO pills per day of the same medication, its 8 dollars, THREE pills, its 12.00...

    Also, other drugs are covered at a cost of more then the 4.00... Im not sure what they are.

    It also pays to call around to all pharmacys in your area if you do not have drug coverage. They are not the same. You may just find your drug cheaper at walgreens or CVS.

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    It's actually $4 for the normally prescribed amount. For my med, I take 4 pills a day which is double the normally prescribed amount. I pay $8 (double $4)

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    I have used the $4 list before. I printed it out to take to the pediatrician with me once when I was taking DS for a skin rash. I was surprised that our pediatrician already had the list and was glad to give an RX that was on the list.

    I have an RX for Imitrex, which isn't on the list (no generic), but I usually end up making money on it by transferring it around and getting gift cards. My RX copay for it is $25. Last month I got a $30 gift card for transferring it to CVS and this month I got a $25 coupon off the Imitrex website! So I netted $5 plus 2 months worth of Imitrex.

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    We changed to Walmart Pharm. in order to be able to fill our RX's either when we are at our cabin, or here at home.

    BUT, I am only on one med., dh is on 7. And when we switched to their from our neighborhood grocery/pharmacy, we cut the cost overall to less than half what it was. I love it there.

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    We have checked it out.
    Got the list of medications
    if we should decide to ever
    use it.

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    I am going to print a list so I can take it with me. Thanks for the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sari View Post
    I'm on 1 med that's on the $4 list so I get it at Walmart, but I hate the Walmart pharmacy. They are incredibly slow, rude, and this one particular lady and I have it out for each other. Heaven forbid we ever meet in a dark alley somewhere LOL.
    Just a reminder, just because the pharmacy associates are rude at your Walmart does not mean they are at all other Walmarts. I know the pharmacy where I shop always has a line, but I have gotten prescriptions there and never had bad service.

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    My only med is on that list! Yeah! I am thrilled. With our ins change here is a $1500 deductable per person before benefits kick in so the $4 program is a definate saver for me!

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    We use the $4.00 one at Sams.

    Refills are easy, we call ahead. It has saved us a bunch of money.

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    Walmart $4 Drug List Link:
    http://i.walmart.com/i/if/hmp/fusion..._drug_list.pdf

    Target $4 Drug List Link:
    http://sites.target.com/images/healt...rugs_main2.jpg

    KMart 90 Days for $15 List Link:
    http://www.kmart.com/ue/home/90DayGe...ryJuly2007.pdf


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