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  • TAG : Retail Prescription Program Drug List Revised 10/19/11
  • Are you , but still need prescription drug coverage? Fagen Pharmacy wants to keep you healthy with a large selection of $4 prescription drugs - no membership fees, no waiting and no worries. Not sure if your drug is in our $4 prescription drug program? You may search our convenient database below or of medications covered under our program.

    The $4 prescription trend has exploded since it's beginnings in 2006. The trend has made a big difference for consumers that were paying top-dollar for the generic prescription drugs that made the list. Wal-Mart is famous for starting this movement, initially with a very limited list of commonly used generic medications. At the time, the four dollar cost was lower than what most people were paying as an insurance co-payment, and sometimes represented hundreds of dollars of savings per purchase for those that didn't have insurance.

  • Again, Wal-mart is famous for introducing $4 prescriptions But, since WalMart's famous debut, other retail giants have gotten in the game as well. Wal-Mart's offer is Links for Target, Food City, Kroger's, and Giant Eagle's four dollar prescription programs follow...

    And, the traditional drug stores have followed suit. Not with 4 dollar prescription plans, but similar plans like $9.99 for 90 days at CVS. Links to the plans from CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreens:


  • An offshoot of the $4 prescription is out there now, and it's an even better deal! Free antibiotics. Of course, since the over-prescription of antibiotics is a hot social issue, this new trend is probably not popular with doctors, but here are the place that are currently offering free antibiotics.

H‑E‑B $4 Generics ‑ No Prescription Needed!

Makes you wonder how much money the drug companies were bilking Americans out of before WalMart came along and set the $4 prescription drug program up?
It was funny to see all the different stores, Kroger's, Safeway, Costco, Walgreens, CVS, etc, come up with matching programs when their customers started leaving in droves.
Score one for capitalism.