PURCHASE, N.Y. — Stop & Shop has launched a card to help customers save money on prescription drugs, days after sister-chain Giant Food of Landover, Md., did the same.
Stop & Shop, owned by Ahold USA, announced the introduction of the Stop & Shop Prescription Savings Card. The card is available for a one-time enrollment fee of $10 and offers 30-day supplies of certain generic drugs for $3.99 and 90-day supplies for $9.99, as well as additional savings on products and services like diabetes testing supplies and flu shots.
The card can be used at most Ahold USA pharmacies, including those of Stop & Shop, Giant-Landover and Giant Food Stores and Martin's Food Markets of Carlisle, Pa. Customers who join, with exception to those in Rhode Island, will receive $10 off a future grocery purchase.
"Stop & Shop recognizes the difficulties many of our customers face when trying to pay for their healthcare needs," said Stop & Shop New York Metro Division spokeswoman Arlene Putterman. "Stop & Shop is pleased that we are able to provide them with the Prescription Savings Card, which will provide both insured and uninsured customers significant savings on prescription medications."