$4 prescription plan lists?

United States
March 19, 2009 2:22pm CST
Is there a listing online of what medications are covered in their lil $4/mo prescription plans for places like Wal-mart, Walgreens, Target, K-mart ect ? I was hoping there was a list so I didn't have to run to every store that offers these meds at reduced prices as I would like it to show my in-laws. They go to this local pharmacy (yes I agree with supporting local small businesses but if they cost way more then NO) and pay thru the nose because they were too lazy to pick out a drug plan thru medacare & if they can get a deal on some of their regular meds WHY NOT? Anyone know if they have them listed online? Or do I have to seriously run out to all these stores and get a physical listing (if they have them even)?
4 responses
@samafayla33 (1857)
• United States
19 Mar 09
Walmart has a huge list of generics, I take the generic claritin, there is no difference between it and the real thing. walmart has a list of medications on it's site, and it was in pdf form. If you can't find it, they should have it at your local walmart.
• United States
19 Mar 09
You can also pick them up at the pharamcy of each store but if you go directly to the store website into the pharmacy you can print them from there
@Carolyn63 (1403)
• United States
19 Mar 09
You can indeed look them up online at Walmart's site. I recently looked to see if any of the medications my inlaws were taking were listed. You can even type the name in of the prescription and it will give you an alternative if available. Sometimes they offer the medication at a different dosage on the $4.00 list. Good luck.
@Reesers (1387)
• United States
19 Mar 09
Yes, you can. Just recently I had to transfer a prescription and as I looked around online, I noticed that most, if not all, had a list of the low cost medications. I know Target defintely had a list and I believe Walgreens did as well. If you go to the pharmacy section on any of the sites, there should be a link to the list. Hope that helps!