Kmart Rewards Members: $25 Gift Card with Transferred Prescription (Exp 1/29)

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Members of Kmart’s free Shop Your Way Rewards loyalty program can earn bonus points for transferring prescriptions now through January 29. For each prescription you bring in you’ll get 25,000 bonus reward points when you present this coupon and your free Shop Your Way Rewards card. You can convert those points into a $25 Kmart gift card. Limit 4 per customer.

If you opt for auto-refill on one of those prescriptions you can earn 10,000 bonus points when you present this coupon, which is equal to a $10 Kmart gift card. Limit 1 per customer.

Shop Your Way Rewards is free to join and you can do that here. Find a Kmart near you.

Your turn: Will this gift card promotion motivate you to stop into Kmart when you otherwise might not have?

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Comments

  1. Leanne says

    There is also a coupon in the back of the Cub Coupon Booklet for $25 gift card to CUB with a NEW or transferred prescription, expires 2/4.

  2. Laura says

    We have a ton of prescriptions in our household, between my husband and me. (Although I've VERY pleased to say they took my husband off his blood thinner this week, and cut one of his other meds way back, too – very good news!) So we are always on the lookout for prescription coupons like these. I bought nearly all of our Christmas presents using prescription gift cards from Kmart, Target, and CVS – we have to spend the money on the meds anyway, so I love it when I can get a gift card to use on other purchases.

    Yes, I am willing to stop at K-mart for a promotion like this, because I know there's always things I can use it on. And I have to say, after paying out of pocket for our meds for 4 months this fall thanks to a nasty COBRA snafu, I was very pleased to find out that Kmart beat out all the other local pharmacies on cash pricing on my most expensive medications.

    And, if we don't use these at Kmart, the other thing to keep in mind is that CVS accepts competitors' coupons. We've done that more than a few times, too, and I love to get CVS gift cards to use on all the great CVS deals I read about here!!

    • Leanne says

      Dara, Evidently you are not from the Twin Cities. CUB is the biggest grocery store chain around here. You can click on the above link for KMart – otherwise keep your eyes open in your local grocery store ads, Target, and Kmart ads.

  3. says

    if you want to save money on prescription meds and otc meds, visit Medicationcoupons.com. They list manufacturer drug coupons, free health related sample offers and a free discount drug card. If you know you're making a trip to the pharmacy, just check their site to see if they have a coupon for it. I am on 2 different meds and i save close to $75 a month with them.

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