QFC Pharmacy
Prescription Savings Coupon

Get your free reusable pharmacy discount coupon below. This prescription coupon card is valid at any QFC Pharmacy and can provide significant savings (up to 75%!) on your prescriptions. In addition to QFC Pharmacy, this reusable prescription discount coupon card can also be used at over 68,000 pharmacies nationwide.

Our database found 1 pharmacy coupon for QFC Pharmacy:

*Simply print this free coupon card and take it to any QFC Pharmacy with your prescription. Average savings is 33% at point of sale.

QFC Pharmacy Free Prescription Drug Coupon
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Coupon Instructions:

  1. Print this free pharmacy coupon card, it's pre-activated and ready for use.
  2. When paying for your prescription, show this prescription drug coupon card to the pharmacist at your local QFC Pharmacy or any other participating pharmacy.
  3. Save on your prescription costs! This coupon is reusable and never expires.

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About QFC Pharmacy:

Quality Food Centers (QFC) is a supermarket chain based in Bellevue, Washington, with 64 stores in the Puget Sound region of Washington state and in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area. Over the years, QFC has expanded aggressively through acquisitions. When A&P Supermarkets abandoned the Seattle area in 1974, QFC took over several locations. They expanded to surrounding counties in the 1990s by acquiring and renaming Olson's Food Stores, Johnny's Food Centers, and Stock Market Grocery Stores as well as several Thriftway stores. Between 1990 and 1996, 30 stores were acquired from 11 different independent grocery chains. Reed's Super Valu in Port Hadlock and Stock Market Foods in Port Townsend were acquired in 1997. The company expanded into the Portland, Oregon, market as well.

In the mid-1990s, QFC expanded to Southern California by acquiring Hughes Family Markets (which kept its name). By the mid-1990s, many Hughes chains were sold to Ralphs, which soon was sold to Fred Meyer, before going to Kroger. QFC and Safeway are the dominant supermarkets in the city of Seattle and its surrounding suburbs. QFC is positioned as a smaller upscale market relative to Fred Meyer, although both are owned by Kroger. QFC uses a preferred customer card to track customers and offer discounts.

*Other than accepting the prescription discount coupon cards found on this site, there is no affiliation between QFC Pharmacy and RxPharmacyDiscounts.com. Prices vary by pharmacy and prescription and are subject to change over time. Ask your pharmacist for the actual discounted price.