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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Do you want to save money on your prescription medications?  These days when it’s hard to find good drug coverage, there are some great programs out there to help you save money.  One of those if the Walgreens Savings Club.

Now through January 31st, you can save $15-$35 on Walgreen’s Prescription Savings Club.  Individual Membership is now only $5 and Family Membership only $10.

We have used this for the past few years to help with not having prescription coverage.  I didn’t have a deal to purchase it so we paid the full $35 for a family, but we normally saved that much with each prescription that we filled.

The Prescription Savings Club (PSC) is put together for those who do not have prescription insurance and to help with medications not covered through your insurance.  There are over 5000 medications covered.

The best part about this membership?  You save 10% on all house brand purchases and photo orders!  They even cover diabetic supplies and insulin as well as Pet Medications!  Find out more information about the program here.

If you don’t save more than you spent on your membership, then Walgreen’s will reimburse you for the difference.

One other prescription savings tip… you can’t beat free.  Don’t forget that Publix stores offer various free antibiotics and metformin

    • Tonya

      the metformin and antibiotics are free IF you have insurance.  If there is no insurance, you are charged.

      • Daniellescoupons

        i dont have insurance and have never paid for an antibiotic at publix

      • Mahrobertson763

        Dont know how you came up w that? I got antibiotics free w no ins…

    • Kelliea

      not only does Publix have free antibiotics & metformin, they also offer free Lisinopril, which is a heart/blood pressure medicine that a lot of people take! I am a cardiac nurse and I send patients to Publix all the time, if they are on Lisinopril.

      • Qponnana

        so u can take or transfer Prescription to Publix & Lisinopril is free??? REALLY ?

        • Yumi

          I get my metformin for free each month, so yes.l

    • Stephgmccann29

      How would you get one of these cards?  I went to the website and there is a coupon code you have to enter.

      • Patty

        I used FREE and it printed

    • Nita Royal

      The web site says if you have “no or insufficient insurance”.  But I don’t know how they define insufficient.  We have insurance, but the OOP is still huge.  Does anyone know if we could still use this?

      • Tigger9790

        Any one can get the card as long as you dont have medicare, medicaid or tricare.

    • I drove right past Publix and went to Walgreens to fill an antibiotic Rx Friday and paid $22.00.  Thanks for the info! 

    • Drgnlnce2003

      We don’t have insurance and we get our antibiotics free at Publix.  In fact, the past few times I have taken a prescription in for an antibiotic, they didn’t even ask if we had insurance and filled it for free. 

    • dlb

      Publix gives free metformin, lisinopril, and certain antibiotics but they make up for it in charging high prices on groceries and other medicines.  Nothing is free folks, and you only get 1 month supply at Publix.  This discussion should be about the benefits of the walgreens card is not about publix or other discount cards. Thanks.

    • twingles

      I get free antibiotics for my daughter and I from Publix for free as well.  Even though we have to get them refilled every two weeks (not monthly), it is worth it, especially because Publix is my favorite grocery store for savings. We have been getting the same two antibiotics free from Publix for around two years.  However, I did purchase a Walgreens membership for my son today because I was able to save a significant amount of money from the amount my insurance would not cover.  Using every opportunity available to save is the best policy for my family.