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Rite Aid Pharmacy Coupons & Prices

Now you can save instantly on prescription drugs at your local Rite Aid Pharmacy. Simply present the LowestMed discount card when you drop off your prescription. Rx discounts at Rite Aid? Yes please. To get the Rite Aid pharmacy coupon / discount card, start by entering the name of your prescription in the search tool below. The tool will populate Rite Aid drug prices and present coupons you can use immediately.

Rite Aid Pharmacy Coupons, Prices & Information

Get a Rite Aid Coupon for your Medication

More Ways to Access LowestMed’s Rite Aid Coupons

Our App!
You can download the LowestMed app to access drug discount coupons. Search for your Rx, then tap the “get coupon” button.

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Rite Aid Coupon

Request a Plastic Discount Card
Go to the request form and fill it out. We’ll mail a discount card directly to you. The next time you go to your local Rite Aid Pharmacy, simply hand the LowestMed Discount Card to the pharmacy staff when you fill it.

LowestMed & Rite Aid Pharmacies
LowestMed is committed to fighting the battle against high Rx prices! Since its beginning in 2011, LowestMed has helped Rite Aid customers save thousands of dollars on their prescription drugs. It was the first app to give consumers the ability to search and compare prescription prices at local pharmacies. LowestMed combines a number of pricing sources to help you find the lowest Rx price. LowestMed is accepted at Rite Aid Pharmacies throughout the country. It is free and does not require registration or membership.

About Rite Aid Pharmacies

Largest drugstore chain on the East Coast

Third largest drugstore chain in the United States

Rediclinic available at select stores

Immunizations offered year round at most locations

FlavoRx available to make ingesting medications easier

Free blood pressure screenings

QUIT FOR YOU program to help smokers quit

Starting as a single store in 1962, Rite Aid debuted in Scranton, Pennsylvania under the name Thrift D Discount Center. After growing for several subsequent years, Rite Aid assumed its current name and went public in 1968. Using the ticker RAD, Rite Aid is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. In October 2015, Walgreens announced that it would acquire Rite Aid pending approval.
Rite Aid is committed to help you manage your health by including convenient and personal pharmacy services. LowestMed is proud to be accepted at Rite Aid Pharmacies across the nation.