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Blue Cross Georgia Prilosec OTC coupons

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Wellpoint Health Networks expands coupon offerings for Prilosec OTC to its Blue Cross and Blue Shield Georgia members through a new coupon program, insurance provider announces Oct. 20. More than 25,000 insured members who have received proton pump inhibitor prescriptions will be sent information on the program, along with three Prilosec OTC coupons. Discounts include one free sample box of 14 pills and two $10 redemption coupons towards purchase of 28- or 42-count boxes. Coupons will reduce the cost of a one-month supply from $0.78 per tablet to $0.43 per tablet, BCBSGA estimates. Wellpoint has offered coupons for the drug through its California Blue Cross operating subsidiary as well (1"The Tan Sheet" Aug. 25, 2003, p. 6)...

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