Late last week, Wal-Mart announced that it will start discounting generic prescription drugs in the Tampa, Florida area by offering 291 generic medications for $4 per prescription fill. The plan is to offer this program nationwide next year, and Target has announced that it will compete with Wal-Mart by matching prices on the select prescriptions. Walgreens hasn't responded to this at all yet, but CVS has released a comment mentioning that the medications Wal-mart will deeply discount represent only about 10% of the generic prescriptions CVS stocks and they feel they offer customers competitive prices and greater convenience through a wide network of stores.
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