Target Pharmacy Rewards Program (with $50 Target card giveaway!) #TargetSponsored

You know that logo. If you are like me, you love that logo.  Because it stands for a store full to the brim with low prices on beautiful things.  Today I am working with Target to tell you about another way you can save money by using their pharmacy to fill your prescriptions. 

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are 100% my own.

We already buy our painkillers, clothes, school supplies and home goods at Target (among a million other things – hello boots and scarves!). Why not save time and money by filling your prescriptions here too? Check out the Target Pharmacy Rewards program.  

When you Flip the Script - or bring your prescriptions to Target pharmacy – you can earn 5% off shopping for an entire day! And the best part its, it isn’t based on a point system.  No keeping track of how much you have to spend to earn your coupon. For every 5 prescriptions you fill, you will get 5% off a day of shopping.  Oh yes, vaccinations count too (remember this for this fall’s flu vaccine!) 

Target has hundreds of $4 generic prescriptions, so visit your local Target and see how much money you could save when you Flip the Script.

GIVEAWAY

Do you use the pharmacy? Let me know your favorite perks of the Target Pharmacy and you can win a $50 Target eGiftCard!

Rules:

One entry per person. Giveaway open to USA only, 18+ years old or older.  Giveaway ends August 31st, 2014 and winner has 24 hrs to respond to my email or I draw another winner. Winner will receive an eGiftcard to redeemable at Target stores or online at Target.com.  No purchase necessary. 

Content and/or other value provided by our partner, Target. All opinions are my own.

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