Coupons and Rebates for Medication
Did you know that you can print out free coupons for your prescriptions? One of my readers, Maria, started a website called www.internetdrugcoupons.com. She has more than 400 drug coupons on her site. She checks all the links once a week to make sure all of the coupons are still valid. (Trust me, that takes a lot of time amd dedication.)
Combine your drug store coupon savings with a rebate program for your over the counter medication that I also recommend called The Caregivers Marketplace™ . It is the nation’s first cash back program for anyone who gives, gets or needs care. You receive cash back rebates on items that are not typically covered by insurance or Medicare. The program is free to anyone and your information will be kept confidential.
Get cash back every time you buy these brands: Aspercreme®, Balmex®, Benzodent®, Citrucel®, Comfort ™ Personal Cleaning, Cortizone-10®, Cottonelle Fresh®, Depend®, Ecotrin®, Ensure®, Glucerna®, Gold Bond®, GoodNites®, Huggies®, Icy Hot®, Kaopectate®, Nature Made®, Os-Cal®, Poise®, Polident®, Pull-Ups®, and Super Poligrip®.
Simply save your original sales receipts and wait until you have 5 eligible products (you can mix and match) and then download and print out the rebate form and mail it in with your original receipts. Make a copy of your receipts for your records. There is no limit to the number of times you can submit rebates. To save money on postage, you can accumulate a large amount of receipts before mailing them in. Your check will arrive in 4-6 weeks.
You do not have to be a caregiver to access these rebates, only a user of these products. Pay attention to the size requirements. For example, on some of the diaper rebates, the large Costco-sized diapers are not eligible.
These rebates work no matter where you bought the product and no matter what you paid for it. As an example, right now the rebates for Huggies® diapers are 75 cents and one dollar for Glucerna®. The Caregivers Marketplace™ and InternetDrugCoupons.com can save most people a significant amount of money when you incorporate them into your routine.
How much could you save in one year with coupons for your medications and rebates on your OTC medication?
Please share this valuable information with anyone who can benefit. Thank you Maria for all of your hard work on our behalf!
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