Looking for Walgreens Pharmacy Discounts? Look no further than Easy Drug Card. With your Free Easy Drug Card you can easily save up to 80% on your prescription medication at Walgreens nationwide. Your card is accepted at all Walgreens Pharmacy locations and never expires. Just show the Walgreens pharmacist your discount card by either downloading the PDF or one of the many other options on this page.
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Sample of discounts Easy Drug Card users have received at Walgreens Pharmacy!
|Prescription Name||Pharmacy Cash Price||Easy Drug Card Price||Savings|
|Hydrocodone Acetaminophen||$155.79||$40.17||Saved 74% vs cash price|
|Tramadol HCL 50 MG||$119.89||$41.05||Saved 66% vs cash price|
|Azithromycin 250 MG||$164.79||$39.82||Saved 76% vs cash price|
|Oxycodone-Acetaminophen||$103.89||$44.02||Saved 58% vs cash price|
|Amoxicillin 500 MG||$24.59||$10.57||Saved 57% vs cash price|
Walgreens is one of the oldest and largest pharmacy chains in the US today. Started in 1901 by Charles R. Walgreen, Sr., the first Walgreen’s drugstore was located in Barrett’s Hotel at Cottage Grove and Bowen Avenue on Chicago’s South Side.
Today , the Walgreen Company (Walgreens) is the largest drug retailing chain in the United States with over 8,200 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Their plans are to open an additional 60-120 in 2015. Find a location near you. All Walgreens stores accept our prescription drug card.
The company employees over 250,000 and filled 856 million prescriptions in fiscal 2014. Walgreens has a convenient Healthcare clinic in many locations and accepts walk-ins, utilizes board-certified family nurse practitioners, and accepts most insurance.
Walgreens wants to be your healthcare store. It introduced its Well Experience store formats in 2011 to offer more integrated health and wellness products and solutions. Visitors can speak to a trusted pharmacist in a private consultation room to receive health services and answer any questions customers may have about their medications.