Target: $10 Gift Card with New or Transferred Prescription

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Update: This coupon is no longer available.

Right now you can print a coupon from Target’s website redeemable for a $10 gift card with a new or transferred prescription. I just printed one and it has a 1/31/10 expiration date on it. It looks like you can print two copies per computer.

Your turn: Do you have tips and tricks for finding these kind of pharmacy coupons when you need them?


  1. Susie says

    Is there a limit to how many a family can transfer? For example, can I print two off of my computer and two off of another computer to transfer four of our prescriptions for a $40 g.c.?

  2. fkaJames says

    This deal is always available, at both Target and Prairie Stone (or whatever the name of the Lund's pharmacy is). It's not a good deal to get your prescriptions filled at Target (or Walgreen's or Prairie Stone), because they are SOOO much more expensive than Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and Costco. The exception is the $4 generics, which are a good deal (but are also available at Wal-Mart).

    [soapbox]Hopefully people don't think "it doesn't matter because my insurance pays for it." Insurance is the conduit, but we all pay for it through rapidly rising premium costs. So by getting the cheapest prescription (no matter what part insurance pays), you help keep costs down for every insured person.[/soapbox]

  3. Teresa says


    Love your website! How do I get the Target pharmacy coupon? When I click on the links, it takes me to the coupon area of the Target website, but the pharmacy coupon isn't there.

    Thanks for helping us all to save money!

  4. Sherry says

    I just came from target. I have two generic prescriptions and I was charged $10 for eaxh of them. They asked me if I wanted auto fill and I said no. My prescription was for 90 day and they said they couldn't do the 90 day, only 30. It cost me $10 for 30 day for estradiol and I paid $20 for the 90 day supply at CVS last time I got it filled. I will never go to target again. If that wasn't enough, it was my first time at their pharmacy and I didn't even get the $10 gift card. I learned my lesson, its CVS from now on for me.

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