Walmart has had the cheapest prices for prescription drugs for years. A 30-day supply is only $4 and a 90 day supply is $10 if you go into the store. So the only difference in OP is that they’re willing to ship a 90 day supply. I couldn’t figure out if shipping is free.
If you have prescription coverage they’re supposed to charge you whichever is the cheaper price, your cost with insurance or the WM price.
Pharmacies sometimes have a minimum fill charge. So if you need e.g. 10 Penicillin and the cost of the drug is only $2 but their minimum fill charge is $4 you pay $4. Minimum fill charge covers the cost of processing, the bottle, label printing, etc. The meds on WM’s low cost prescription list are prepackaged in blister packs on cards. They just pull one box for 30, 3 boxes for 90. No need to count pills. It saves a lot of time and decreases the chance of error.
I just checked the UPC to confirm. If one were to purchase 26 of them for $25.22 one would qualify for FS and also for the J&J Smart Start rebate for $10 back wyb $25 making them 58¢ ea.
Sadly I’ve already reached the limit of 3 rebates.
From the J&J Participating Products:
JOHNSON & JOHNSON REACH® 381370092179 Mint Waxed
Similar savings at Target on Suave Professionals, in-store only:
Purchase 4 Suave Professionals Shampoo or Conditioner, 12.6 oz @$2.99, regular price (note the smaller sized bottle vs. the Essentials deal)
Apply two $3.00/2 manufacturer coupons from the Jan. 24 Unilever Super Saver newspaper insert*
Pay $5.96 for the 4 bottles of Suave Professionals
Receive a $5 Target gift card through Jan. 30
Final price $0.96 ($0.24 per bottle, figuring in the $5 Target gift card)
Essentials: 60 oz. for $0.67 = $0.011/oz.
Professionals: 50.4 oz. for $0.96 = $0.019/oz
*If you don’t have a newspaper, here are other ways to get the insert via RedPlumb
@MisterCheap: I see that Walgreens also has the $3 coupon for the Professionals line…do you know if the NEWYOU coupon works for that line, too? (I tried to test it, but I don’t have a Walgreen’s account…)