$25 in Free Groceries When You Transfer a Prescription at Kroger

Free Groceries

If you have a prescription at a pharmacy other than Kroger, you might want to look into transferring it! Right now you can get $25 worth of free groceries at Kroger when you transfer any prescription.

This deal has been running at Kroger for a while now, but I thought I’d give you guys a reminder. Kroger offers a number of generic medications at low prices (usually $4 for a 30 day supply and $10 for a 90 day supply). This can be a great way to grab some free groceries along with your inexpensive prescription.

There’s no mention about a limit to the number of prescriptions you can transfer to Kroger to claim free groceries…so you might want to ask your pharmacist about limits for the deal if you have a number of prescriptions at another pharmacy!

Comments

  1. says

    I did this Friday. Its code 2005 in case anyone doesn’t know.
    I was told they are not supposed to tell you about it UNLESS you ask or have a coupon.
    Government insurances are excluded and the prescription transferred MUST have been filled at the pharmacy you are transferring from (i.e. has refills or was just called in again)

    I have Medicare and my medicine was NOT covered by Medicare at all, (I’m 25, they don’t think I need it.. ha) and told the pharmacy, since its on their 4$ list.

    I paid 8$ for both prescriptions, got a 50$ credit.

    I was told its a 300$ per card limit though!

    HTH!

  2. Sue says

    I tried this today at a Krogers and was told as of April 2013 they do not give the $25 credit if you transfer a prescription that is on the $4/10
    list. It isn’t consistent. Some krogers will and some won’t

  3. donnie seaton says

    The fat little ray of sunshine at Kroger West Pharmacy in Bloomington, IN informed me, after I transferred 2 prescriptions for ages, that now they don’t give the $25 bonus to Controlled substances. This was after I placed the order, waited 2 weeks for the time to refill, then was a snarky little twit about it. Saying “Well, most people don’t transfer just to get the $25 bonus.” Bull$h!t!! That is EXACTLY why people transfer, to get the bonus and help on their grocery bills. I don’t see anywhere that this is a rule. Now I can’t get a refill until they release it, in order to transfer it anywhere, even back to the original place of filling.

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