Generic Drug Program
Generic drugs are usually produced by multiple companies. With a wide variety of generic drugs, the market competition becomes tougher. This competition is always good for consumer as it leads to low-priced products. Generic drugs are often sold at substantially low prices to beat the market competition. More recently, many leading grocery stores have started Generic Drug Programs, allowing the consumers to buy a monthly prescription on discounted prices. For instance: Wal-Mart’s generic drug plan allows the consumers to buy 30 days prescription at a price as low as $4. These generic drug programs allow the user to buy drugs from more than 300 prescriptions. These drugs include both the over-the-counter and prescription medicines.
Following the foot prints of Wal-Mart and other stores, many online stores have also started such programs. One major online store, which has initiated its own generic drug program, is eMedOutlet.