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Posts: 5,182 1/5/13 2:41 P
I used to use Sam's until we were told we could only use a designated pharmacy...You do not have to be a member to use the pharmacy.
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Posts: 10,651 1/5/13 1:55 P
I get mine at Sam's Club pharmacy. I don't know if you need to be a member or not for the pharmacy, but it is definitely worth looking into. I know a lot of the common prescriptions are like $4.00 at Sam's Club.
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Posts: 627 1/5/13 11:07 A
I started getting some of my meds from Costco, even the generic prices were cheaper than where I was getting them. You don't have to be a member to enjoy this service. With or without perscription coverage. It's worth checking into.
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