Again, WalgreensFebruary 6, 2012 | 9:00 pm | Journal: guest writers | 0 comments
This post brought to you by Walgreens. All opinions are 100% mine.
My last entry was about Walgreens, and this entry is about Walgreens; again.
I have to admit that the Walgreens case really got to my heart, so I’m happy to share some good news today. It was time for something good – I’ve had a rough week.
This month Walgreens is offering a special discount on both family and individual annual membership for the Prescription Savings Club at Walgreens.
What happens is that families can purchase an annual membership for just $35 a year (don’t fool yourself, it IS cheap!) or an individual membership for just $20, if you live alone.
Other benefits include:
- Savings on over 8,000 brand-name and generic drugs
- Coupons on flu shots, diabetes supplies, nebulizers and pet prescriptions
- Bonuses with every purchase in the Walgreens brand product listing and when you use its photofinishing services.
What counts is that Walgreens, as a company, is back to safety level (the whole Express Scripts issue got scary last month) and that it continues to provide its customers with incredibly generous discounts and offers, giving its usual remarkable contribution to the wellbeing of families.
Walgreens is synonymous to ‘welfare’ in my dictionary.