Safeway – $25 Reward Coupon – For Transferring a Prescription

by Marlyn on January 23, 2012


Safeway is currently offering a $25 Reward Coupon when you Transfer a Prescription to their Pharmacy.

Save $25 on Your Next $50 purchase at Safeway  – WOW! Promotion runs through March 31, 2012.

This ad mentions Walgreens Express Script Members, but it’s good for everyone, as long as they fit within the parameters of the disclaimers below.  There is a limit of 2 per family.  Here’s the fine print:

*Transfer a prescription to our pharmacy and get a $25 off coupon for your next grocery shopping at Safeway valid when you spend $50 or more in qualified purchases in a single transaction with your Safeway Club Card (calculated after deduction of card savings, store coupons, and all other offers, coupons, discounts and savings and not including the excluded purchases below) between 01/04/12 and 03/31/12. Qualified purchases exclude purchases of: Beer, Wine, Spirits, Tobacco Products, Fuel, All Fluid Items in the Refrigerated Dairy Section (including Fluid Dairy and Dairy Substitutes), Prescription Items and Co-payments, Bus/Commuter Passes, Fishing/Hunting Licenses and Tags, Postage Stamps, Money Orders, Money Transfers, Ski Tickets, Amusement Park Tickets, Event Tickets, Lottery Tickets, Phone Cards, Gift Cards, and Gift Certificates; also excludes: Bottle Deposits and Sales Tax. Limit two (2) coupons per household. Coupon is valid on your next grocery purchase of $50 or more and is subject to additional terms and conditions. You pay sales tax on purchases made with coupon. Coupon must be presented at the time of purchase and cannot be combined with any other savings, coupon, discount or offer. No reproductions will be accepted. Coupon has no cash value and expires 04/14/12. Void where prohibited by law. We reserve the right to correct typographical, pictorial and other ad errors. Online and in-store prices, discounts, and offers may differ.

**Offer is not valid for prescriptions paid in whole or in part by government or private programs that restrict participation in such incentive plans (e.g., Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare). Other restrictions and exclusions apply, see Pharmacy for details.
Happy Shopping!

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