The card can be used for any prescription paid for out-of-pocket, without insurance. It entitles members to a 30-day supply of select generics for $3.99 or a 90-day supply for $9.99. Other discounts will be offered during select months throughout the year, including savings on flu shots and diabetes-testing supplies.
A one-time enrollment fee of $10 per household is offset by a $10 discount off a future grocery purchase, except in Rhode Island and New York.
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“Stop & Shop recognizes the difficulties many of our customers face when trying to pay for their health care needs,” said Arlene Putterman, spokeswoman for Stop & Shop New York Metro Division, in a statement. “Stop & Shop is pleased that we are able to provide them with the Prescription Savings Card, which will provide both insured and uninsured customers significant savings on prescription medications.”
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