The Freshman Cook: Walgreens, Express Scripts, and How it Effects You!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walgreens for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you are a Walgreens Pharmacy patient, and your prescriptions are covered by Express Scripts, you should be aware of a few changes in your coverage. If you are unsure if this applies to you, check the back of your prescription insurance card. If it has the Express Scripts name written on it, you may be affected, and you should talk to your local Walgreens pharmacist to make sure.

What’s happening? The contract between Walgreens and Express Scripts expired on December 31, 2011.  Read  Walgreens and Express Script to find out what’s going on and how Walgreens is fighting for you.

What does that mean to you, the customer? It means that you will have to make some changes when it comes to filling your prescriptions. Walgreens doesn’t want you to have to change your pharmacist, or have to drive to a pharmacy that is not just around the corner, like Walgreens.

In an effort to minimize the disruption this has caused their customers, Walgreens is offering a special discount on the annual membership for their Prescription Savings Club! For $10 a year everyone in your immediate family is covered, including a spouse, dependents 22 and younger and pets!! There is an individual membership price of $5.00. By joining this Prescription Savings Club, you will receive discount prices on your prescriptions. There are many other discounts, bonuses and savings available to members, so read more about the Walgreens Prescription Savings Club, and join!

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