Pharmacies in Indiana and Illinois, a total of 111 now offer a program that will help diabetes patients with private insurance save with a $4 co-pay on Kroger Premium test strips. Kroger spokesperson, John Elliott explains the rationale.
“Kroger takes a total shopping experience approach to saving the customers money. We do what we can to save our customers money on food, fuel, and pharmacy.”
Elliot says that the tough economic times have led to customers choosing between food, medicine, or fuel, and that is something that inspired this program.
“It can be difficult for senior citizens on a fixed income to purchase prescriptions so we make a particular effort to drive the cost down for those customers.”
Elliott states that there is no club to join or membership required in order to take advantage of this program. For more information visit your Kroger pharmacy of choice.