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Shingles

A few quick facts about shingles

Illustation Image of shingles on the wrist

What is shingles?

Happy old man showing vaccinated spot with band-aid on his right arm and left hand thumb

Who should get the shingles shot?

Pharmacist explaining about medication using tablet to the old woman

Which vaccine should I get?

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Masked medical worker giving a vaccination to an elderly woman.

+Available vaccinations vary by location and are subject to state law restrictions. *Free flu shots with most insurance. No co-payment unless required by your plan.



Receive 10% off your next grocery purchase
Offer valid until 12/31/24 for receiving a qualifying immunization. Qualifying items do not include immunizations received in AR, immunizations received by customers under 60 years old in NJ and immunizations other than COVID-19 vaccines in NY. 10% off on a single grocery purchase of qualifying items up to $200 (up to $20 total value). $40 minimum purchase required. Must provide HIPAA Marketing Consent to confirm eligibility and receive pharmacy rewards. Limit 1 coupon per transaction. Offer discount (and any qualifying grocery purchase where discount is applied) excludes prescription items, prescription co-payments, alcohol, tobacco, fuel, fluid dairy (including dairy substitutes), bus/commuter passes, fishing/hunting licenses and tags, stamps, money orders/transfers, ski/amusement park/event/lottery tickets, phone/gift cards, regulatory fees (e.g. bottle deposits, bag fees), and taxes. No monetary value. Cannot be transferred, sold, or exchanged. We reserve the right to modify/cancel the offer or correct errors. Void where prohibited by law. In the event of a return, coupon savings may be deducted from refund. Not valid toward previous purchase.


^Booster dose available to those who qualify per CDC guidance. No out-of-pocket cost to patients. Insurance billed for administration fee. Availability based on store supply.