When their pharmacy raises their prices... right now my parents can pay $4.00 for a month's worth of their prescriptions (each) whereas anywhere else the price tag can go up to as high as $250 a month (combined) ... so try to beat that if you will.Riteaid I am not surprised because alot of places are offering pharmacies.
I hear quite alot about Walmart's cheap pharmacy prices(when are we going to defy this company)
In a word... greed.Hey Macaver I don't know why there is a huge difference in price like that.
I do know if you present the price difference to another pharmacy the other pharmacy usually will verify it and give you the difference in price.
Here in Miami we have a groccery store known as Publix. The pharmacy offers free prescriptions on free antibiotics which for people with insurance may cost roughly $10 to those without insurance or premiums met a good amount of money.
Uh-uh, now, now... we're in a RECESSION ... there's a difference... don't confuse the issue. :lol:Bob's comment makes me wonder about another business near and dear to many of us.... martial arts schools. I wonder how many will close during this depression because students cannot afford to come.