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Target Matches Wal-Mart's Prescription Drug Program

Target Corp. has said it will match the major elements of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.'s latest prescription drug program.

Wal-Mart said Monday it would fill prescriptions for as many as 350 generic medications at $10 for a 90-day supply at Wal-Mart, Neighborhood Market, and Sam's Club pharmacies.

A spokeswoman for Target was quoted in published reports as saying the Minneapolis-based retailer will do the same and that it "understands the challenges guests are facing in the current economic environment."

Target said it would expand its assortment of $4 prescriptions, offer 90-day supplies for $10, and sell over-the-counter medications for $4 or less. The company said more details about which drugs are to be included would be released soon.
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