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Free Antibiotics Programs + Gift Certificate Offers for Prescription Transfers

submitted on January 14, 2010 by midget in "Sales / Promotions"
Meijer has an antibiotic program with no strings attached.

The program covers leading, oral generic antibiotics with a special focus on the prescriptions most often filled for children. The following are FREE with your doctor’s prescription, regardless of insurance or co-pay:

•Penicillin VK

See it here:

Giant Eagle has a large list of free antibiotics:

Giant Food:

Publix: Select oral antibiotics are free.

At Publix, we’re pleased to tell you that some commonly prescribed generic oral antibiotics are free at your neighborhood Publix Pharmacy. To take advantage of this great deal, all you have to do is bring in your prescription for any of the medications below, and we’ll give you up to a 14-day supply at no cost to you—regardless of your prescription insurance provider or the number of prescriptions you need filled.

* Amoxicillin
* Ampicillin
* Cephalexin (capsules and suspension only)
* Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim (SMZ-TMP)
* Ciprofloxacin (excluding Ciprofloxacin XR)
* Penicillin VK
* Doxycycline Hyclate (capsules only)
* Erythromycin Stearate and Ethylsuccinate

Our Free Prescription Drug Program for Generic Oral Antibiotics includes up to a 21-day supply, as well as prescribed refills, of the following seven classes of antibiotics:

Shop Rite:

Stop & Shop:

In Addition, the following stores offer $4.00 prescriptions:


Free Gift Card with Prescription Transfer Offers:

Kmart - $10 GC w/ prescription transfer (expires 1/30)

Rite Aid - $25 GC and $75 Coupon booklet w/ prescription transfer. (expires 1/31)

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    Posted by equipurple on January 14, 2010
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    Good info, thanks for posting it Midget.
    • midget
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      Posted by midget on January 14, 2010 [reply] 0 0
      I thought this was good information to know.

      I didn't know that so many companies gave free antibiotics to people. I knew about the $4.00 prescriptions at certain stores but not the freebies.

      This is a good thing for people who need them and can't afford to pay for them especially when kids are involved.

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