How to use Target’s pharmacy app for free online
Target is now offering a free online pharmacy app that allows users to use the app to make their own prescriptions without needing to have a prescription filled.
Target launched the Pharmacy App for Free on Thursday, offering free access to a variety of pharmacies that have been updated with the new pharmacy app.
The pharmacy app is available for iPhone and iPad users and will be available for Windows Phone 8.1 and Android later this year.
“We have always wanted to make sure our customers have access to the most up-to-date medications, and we have done this by bringing the best of Target pharmacy care and patient care to mobile,” said Mark Reeder, VP of product management at Target.
“With the Pharmaceutica app, we’re taking advantage of our customers’ convenience to save money on prescription medications while making it easy to use our pharmacy app on mobile devices.”
Users can find and add their preferred pharmacy from the app’s search bar, which shows the closest pharmacy.
If a pharmacy is available, the user can enter their username and password and then tap on the pharmacy’s name to start ordering.
When the user taps on the pharmacist’s name, the pharmaceutics app shows up on the user’s phone, showing the pharmacy as well as a map of the area the user is in.
The Pharmaceuto app lets users add prescriptions, check availability and order medications from a range of pharmacies, all without having to leave the pharmacy and walk around the store.
Users can also add prescriptions from the pharmacy app, view pharmacy locations and find out more about the products they are ordering.
Users can also search by specialty and see how they compare to their peers.
If the user wants to order a prescription for an allergy medication, the Pharmacuto app will let them search for the prescription, which can be found by the user typing in the name of the medicine, the ingredient used and the city or state of the product being purchased.
The pharmacy app also lets users customize their pharmacy experience by adding items to their shopping cart, ordering items and checking out a prescription or prescription refill, among other things.
The Pharmacutica application also lets people order online and track the order, which is great for users who want to order more than once a day.
Target is also offering a variety to customers who need a more comprehensive pharmacy plan.
For example, if a user is looking to see what drugs are covered by their insurance plan, they can use the Pharmacoins app to check out the list of products available.
Users will also be able to add an additional pharmacy to their existing plan, which allows users and their family members to have more choice in their prescription.
For a limited time, Target is also rolling out a free subscription for all its members, allowing users to have access for free to the Pharmacist App for free for one year.
The company says users will be able continue to use their current pharmacy for up to 30 days without needing a prescription and will also continue to have the option to get a new prescription with the Pharmacists App for a fee.
For more information on the Pharmakastracy App, visit Target.com/pharmacosource.