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CHARLOTTE, N.C. Harris Teeter is offering customers more ways to save on their prescriptions.
The supermarket chain on Thursday announced an updated generic prescription savings club and the Harris Teeter Yourwellness savings card. The updated generic prescription savings club now offers customers a 30-day supply of generics for just $3.99, and has expanded its generic drug availabilities from 300 to 400 items. What's more, Harris Teeter is providing up to a 30-day supply of five common generic diabetic medications for free. Enrollment is $4.95 per year.
Harris Teeter's Yourwellness savings card, which costs $3.95 to enroll, offers shoppers savings on such health-and-wellness items as vitamins, eye care products and prescriptions. The new card program offers a choice of three plans: bronze, silver, or platinum.
Harris Teeter originally launched the yourwellness identity program in 2006. The goal, according to the company, is “to provide shoppers with evidence-based guidance on important health issues and to also help make it easier for shoppers to choose nutritional items in the store.”