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Re: Pharmacy Discount Cards
posted at March 5, 2013 7:02 PM EST
First: March 1, 2013
Last: April 23, 2013
You never know. You can evaluate the closest locations of the pharmacy that accepts the discount card and decide if it is practical for you to even think about using the card first.
You can also call the pharmacy to learn if the card is valid and accepted.
Also consider that after you are satisfied the card is real and you can use it, check the benefits you will obtain to learn if you will actually be using those benefits that the card offers. You may even lose other benefits you already have with another pharmacy or another discount card that you frequently use already. There may be hidden costs, such as a minimum purchase or a restriction on the types of transactions you can use the discount card for. and hopefully you want to avoid those problems.