Meijer / pricing conflict with good rx

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On Nov.11, 2017, I went to your store in Traverse City, MI to pick up a prescription for 180 celecoxib capsules, 200mg . The coupon price on Good RX linked to your store was $54.70. When Veronica entered the information on her computer, the price came up $100.97; quite a difference from the web site quote. We called Good Rx and they did not know why this conflict existed, but they would "get back to me". I reluctantly paid the $100.07 but followed up with Good RX. They said that Meijer was dispensing capsules from a different vendor than the usual Macleods NBC [protected].. The change had not been recorded with Good RX.
I would appreciate a refund of $46.27 from Meijer due to the false advertising
and misinformation shared with GoodRX.

Nov 24, 2017
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  • Po
      Nov 24, 2017

    You will want to contact Meijer directly to see if they will process a refund for you. You may want to be aware that if the quote says anything about prices being subject to change or being estimates only, then technically it is not false advertising and you probably won't receive any credit.

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