Sponsored Post – Flipping Out for Flip the Script

By | July 23, 2014

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7.30 Target Giveaway

This post is #TargetSponsored but the words and opinions are all our own. Psst! Read all the way through for a chance to win a $50 Target giftcard!

A couple months ago, we introduced you guys to the idea that Target has a pharmacy. Today, I’m here to talk a little bit more about that. Specifically, I’m here to discuss just how easy it is to “Flip the Script,” and switch to using the Target Pharmacy.


First, it’s so convenient. We live about 5-7 minutes away from our local Target. You can’t beat that in terms of being handy. Plus, our Target Pharmacy is open until 9 pm Monday through Friday and until 6:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday! (Your local hours may vary, so check before you go!)

Target Pharmacy In Store Pic

(The above photo was taken right before the store closed on a Sunday night, we went to escape our kitchen remodel, grab a few things at the last minute. Sorry about that!)

Second, they accept most insurance plans.

Third, switching is so easy! There are four easy ways to get started:

  1. Ask a pharmacist at your local store.
  2. Text RX to 827438 (TARGET)
  3. Call 877-796-2743
  4. Visit Target.com/pharmacy

Then, all you need is:

  1. Name of your current pharmacy
  2. Phone number of your current pharmacy
  3. Your prescription number

Super easy, right?

And one of my favorite things? Target has everything you need, and more! Bet you didn’t know your home/car/camping gear was missing this first aid kit. But the Target Pharmacy has it right there for you!

Target Pharmacy First Aid Kit

Of course, this promotion may have ended, or have been specific to our local store, but don’t worry, you’ll find your own awesome deals. Plus, they have a sweet Target Pharmacy Rewards program that gives you 5% off your total Target purchase (even furniture and other household stuff!) after you fill five prescriptions.

And, they can send you a text message when your prescription is ready, so you don’t have to just stand around waiting for it.

Pharmacy Text*

And hellllo? Who doesn’t want to shop for cute purses or shoes or sheets or that perfect table for your entryway while your prescription is filled instead of sitting in a waiting room chair or waiting in a boring line pretending to check your email on your phone so as to avoid making eye contact with the coughing little child that’s running around spreading germs everywhere?

I mean, come on.

So, basically, Target is offering the world a chance to shop while taking care of something on their to-d0 list. Seems like it works out pretty well for everyone. They get our business…and we get the joy and satisfaction of finding something else in their Threshold line that we simply cannot live one more day without. And we get our medicine. Sounds like a win-win to me.

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At this point, we mostly use the pharmacy Wyatt has available to him at his work campus because it’s really easy for him to pick up his allergy medicine there, but occasionally, we might need medicine on a weekend, or maybe I just don’t want to wait for him to pick something up for me and bring it home at the end of the day. How convenient would using the Target’s Pharmacy be??

So, now the fun part for you guys…the giveaway! We will be giving one of our readers a $50 Target eGiftcard (that can be used online or in stores) after leaving a comment below and saying what you’re most excited about in terms of Target’s pharmacy. We’ll choose a winner next Wednesday, July 30, and Target will be in touch after that to send you your eGiftcard.


It’s as easy as that! So what are you waiting for? Leave a comment below saying what excites you most about Target’s pharmacy program, now!


Prize is courtesy of Target. Giveaway is open until Wednesday, July 30th at midnight. You do NOT need to use Target Pharmacy in order to win. Winner will be chosen at random and Target will email you an eGiftcard for $50. If you have questions about entering, you can leave a comment or email me at melissa (at) lovinghere (dot) com. Please note, delivery of the eGiftcard may take a few weeks.

*Content and/or other value provided by our partner, Target. All opinions are our own. Again, this is a #sponsoredpost for Target, but the opinions are all our own. Questions? Feel free to send us an email or leave a comment!


46 thoughts on “Sponsored Post – Flipping Out for Flip the Script

  1. donita

    I like the shopping while you wait feature with the text to let you know it’s ready.

  2. Bree Courtney

    I like that I can shop while I wait if I need to and that they’ll send you a text alert. I hate not knowing if my prescription is ready or not, dragging the kids in a store and then finding out I have to wait longer if I wasn’t anticipating that extra time. Plus I ALWAYS find stuff at Target that I need/want. 😉

  3. Christa

    I made the switch to Target pharmacy a couple months ago! I love the texts I get about reminding me it’s time to refill (because I usually forget). I can just text back and tell them to go ahead!! I also love the rewards I get with it!

  4. Wild Orchid

    I love that they have a 5% off shopping rewards program, and they text you when your RX is ready for pick-up.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  5. L Maniez

    I agree with the convenience of the text message letting you know it’s ready. Plus I am already at Target every weekend, anyways! Man, I hope that coughing, germ spreading kid is not mine some day… 😡

    1. Melissa Post author

      Ha! I’m sure we’ve all been and will be responsible for that kid at one time or another, so we’ll just have to have grace about that…as long as they don’t wipe their snot on my sleeve like in that Clorox commercial!

  6. Aubree larson

    I live the different colored rings for each member of my family!

  7. Jill

    I love the fact that if you are out of town and need to pick up a script, there is always a Target available. It has been a lifesaver, literally, for our family. Plus shopping in the store is pretty great if you have to wait 🙂 the only thing is…they are so fast you dont get to look at everything!

  8. Kelly D

    I like that walk-ins are welcome for vaccinations and the Target Rewards so I could save 5% off a future shopping trip.

  9. Shonna Dady

    The text when prescriptions are ready would be very handy, just wish we had a Target close to us.

  10. Erin

    I’m at Target basically every day. It only seems natural to use their pharmacy too! Plus, convenience is never an issue since I don’t visit cities that don’t have Targets – it’s just a way of life for me. My home away from home 🙂

  11. Laura

    Target is amazing. Wish there was one closer to me. Lots of cute decor items.

  12. jamey

    Never thought about target for a pharmacy…this would be convenient!

  13. Jason Courtney

    My wife loves Target and I love what my wife loves. I’m supposed to say that, right? Bonus points or something? But anyway, the 5% off debit card is pretty great.

  14. Rox Brandes

    I love going to Target. They have really good bakery items. I wish there was one a little closer to where I live, but I usually go when I visit my daughter. Have not used their pharmacy before, but it sounds like they would be very convenient.

  15. Elizabeth

    Well, we don’t live close to a Target, but I would like the ability to shop around and get the text when my prescription is ready.

  16. MA-MA

    Shopping at Target is a fun experience. Glad to hear about their Pharmacy!

  17. Katie Stamer

    So would love to use a Target pharmacy, especially with all of Jeremy’s prescriptions, that would make the wait way more entertaining than shopping around all the strange aisles at the neighborhood walgreens. (And we’re moving to CO, so the gift card would really help out!)

  18. Hales

    Shopping while I wait…heck yeah! Or maybe drinking a Starbucks while I wait (there is a Starbucks at my target!) I think my pocket book might not like it so much 😉 he he!


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