Rite Aid Could Be Deceiving and Overcharging Customers for Generic Prescriptions E-mail
July 12, 2017

Rite Aid Corporation, the third largest pharmacy chain in the United Sates, fills millions of prescriptions every month, including generic drug prescriptions.  Generic drugs, which are equivalent to brand-name medications, are usually a less expensive option for many consumers.  Rite Aid has a program called the “Rx Savings Program”, which apparently allows cash-paying customers to purchase generic drugs at significantly lower prices. However, it is alleged that Rite Aid may not extend this pricing discount to customers who pay using insurance. Thus, customers who are paying with insurance could be overpaying for their generic drugs at Rite Aid. 


If you or anyone you know has purchased generic drugs at Rite Aid using insurance, you may have overpaid for your prescriptions. Please contact Finkelstein Thompson LLP at  This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it  or call us toll-free at 1-877-337-8000.