Customers will have the option to take advantage of either a 30-day supply for $3.99, or a 90-day supply for $9.99, at typically prescribed quantities. As health care costs continue to rise, this program provides customers with a significant savings on their medication costs with no membership fees or additional costs involved. Customers can visit www.raleys.com/rx to view a list of medications that are part of this program. New medications will be added to the listing as they become eligible for this program.
In May, Consumer Reports named Raley’s as one of the “Best Drugstores” in a national study rating pharmacies on accuracy, knowledge and speed, according to a press release. Raley’s received a reader score of 88, which was among the highest ratings earned by Northern California and Nevada retailers.
Raley’s employs more than 500 licensed pharmacists throughout Northern California and northern Nevada.
Customers can also visit www.raleys.com to take advantage of WebFill to easily refill prescriptions online and AutoFill to have prescriptions automatically refilled before they’re scheduled to run out.
“Our $3.99 generic prescription program launch could not have come at a better time, as our customers face health insurance rate hikes, and rising health care costs,” said Flint Pendergraft, PharmD, vice president of Pharmacy & Healthy Lifestyle Initiatives. “Generic prescriptions are just as safe and effective as their brand-name equivalents, and with this new money-saving program combined with the exceptional service offered by our pharmacists, customers will experience a better total store shopping experience.”
Raley’s is comprised of four chains — Raley’s, Bel Air Markets, Nob Hill Foods and Food Source — located in Northern California and Nevada.