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

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Kmart has a new coupon available to get a $20 Kmart Gift Card with any prescription transfer.  You can get up to $100 in gift cards by transferring up to 5 prescriptions.  Offer is good through 11/30.

Also for every prescription you transfer Kmart will give $5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, up to $25 if you transfer all 5 prescriptions!

Tip:  Many pharmacies accept other pharmacy coupons.  It never hurts to ask if others will honor these…

(thanks PassionatePennyPincher!)

    • Terri

      I found a card with 4 free $25 gift cards when you transfer four prescriptions to Kmart Pharmacy at mygofer.com on the customer service counter of the Kmart at US HWY 19 and Main St / 580 in Clearwater, FL

    • hmr809

      Are kmart gift cards able to be used at sears?

      • Bamabobbie

        I don't know but Sears sells lots of things that come from Kmart and I think it owns Kmart. May call and ask. I really don't shop at Kmart but could find something with the $100. LOL

    • RebeccaFer

      I'm not sure if these have the same fine print as the ones that were out during the Summer but it read like you needed to have a Rx that was more than $20 to get the gc. I didn't do it since I don't have insurance and it would have cost me money to transfer since they didn't honor Walmart's generic list … but RA does! I <3 RA! :D

    • Lisahawkins64

      Fine print also says offer is only valid for Shop your way rewards members???? Is that like a Kmart credit card? I'm not a Kmart shopper…help!:)).

      • couponmama

        Shop your way rewards is a shopper card not a credit card… you earn points which can give you coupons back. It's for Kmart & Sears both.

    • Gilli001

      The amount paid for the prescription (co-pay
      plus amount reimbursed by insurance or, if no insurance, the retail price) must exceed the value of the gift card offer to qualify for the full value of the offer. Gift card amount shall equal the amount paid for the
      prescription (co-pay plus amount reimbursed by insurance, or if no insurance, the retail price) up to a maximum of $20.

    • cheryl

      Rite Aid always runs a $25 gift card for transferred prescriptions, too. I am getting $50 for two prescriptions that I have transferred.

    • Debnsc1971

      These Kmart transfer coupons can be misleading! I tried to transfer some last time they were running the gift card promo. If the Rx retail price is cheaper than $20, that is what the value of the gift card will be. For example, one of my gift cards ending up being $7. Stick with Rite-Aid. They stand true to their value!!!

    • I did this yesterday and was told by the pharmacy manager that even though it says up to 5 per household, but it also says 1 per person, so I was only allowed to use one, even though I transferred four of my husband's prescriptions. I left a message with the district pharmacy manager to clarify, but be prepared to only be allowed to get one.

    • Brandi

      Do you have to have a coupon to get a gift card for a prescription transfer at Rite Aid? I have looked for one and can not find anything. Thanks.

      • cheryl

        Yes, you have to have a coupon. They often run them with the Sunday insert. This time I got them out of the coupon book that you get when you get your flu shot at Rite Aid. There were two coupons for transfers in the Rite Aid flu coupon book.

        • cheryl

          There are two of the $25 gift card transfer prescription coupons in today's Rite Aid flyer. They give you the full amount regardless of the price of the prescription.

      • Remycole

        it's on there website or register with them and will send you a circular every week and every other week you'll have a prescription coupon enclosed.

    • Sunflowerfla

      was going to comment on the same as another person- they give you the value of your prescription if less than $20. CVS accepts all of them ;)

    • 3rdgal12

      I tried to use this coupon at my Kmart for my mother’s prescriptions and was told that because she is a retired Postal worker with Federal Blue Cross Blue Shield that we couldn’t use it because her insurance is considered a federal program. We were also told that any teachers, retired military, etc. couldn’t use it because it’s a government program. They told me it was a law, but oddly enough no one could tell me the name of the law or where I could research it. Has anyone else had this problem?

    • Triskcdk

      rite aid only lets you do two every six months now