Kmart Expands Generic Script Program, Boasts 'Bigger Formulary' than Other Retailers

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Kmart Expands Generic Script Program, Boasts 'Bigger Formulary' than Other Retailers

07/01/2008
With a bigger formulary than any other retailer, Kmart, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corp., said it has lowered prices and expanded its generic prescription drug program to include more than 500 commonly prescribed generic medications.

In addition to offering more than 100 generic antibiotic, pain and cold/cough treatments for only $5 per prescription, Kmart pharmacies have lowered the cost of a three-month supply of many common maintenance medications to just $10.

The Kmart Pharmacy Generic Prescription Drug Savings Program also provides substantial savings on selected generic drugs for women, including medications for oral contraception, pre-natal wellness, cancer, osteoporosis and female health priced at $10 and $25.