Free Prescription Medication Black Friday Deal Offers American Consumers Cost Relief

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“This offer has the potential to save Americans millions of dollars. I

Black Friday marks the busiest shopping day of the year, and the kick-off of the Christmas retailing season, and retailers both brick-and-mortar and online will be rolling out massive sales and promotions to entice consumers. What none of these deals will address are the spiraling costs of medication for American consumers, who already face the highest prescription drug costs in the world and saw in 2011 a price increase of an additional 7.2% on over a hundred of the top selling brand medications. In response to these high drugs costs,, the largest international mail order pharmacy provider is launching a weeklong Black Friday campaign where every single American will be eligible for free generic prescription medication.

The campaign is designed give instant price relief in the form of free generic prescription medication, up to a $250 U.S value., has been offering Americans an affordable alternative to their prescription costs for over a decade, and has filled over 6 million prescriptions. This Black Friday offer will introduce more Americans, who struggle with their prescription bill, to the opportunity and savings that online pharmacies offer their customers. Access to safe and affordable pharmaceuticals should be a natural right for all Americans, but it’s clear that too many Americans are being failed by a combination of government inaction and big pharmaceutical greed.

“The fact is that Americans are paying too much for their prescription medication. The rest of the world has access to more affordable drugs, and it’s unfair to U.S consumers that they’re forced to pay such high costs in comparison. I know that this free drug offer will appeal to hundreds of thousands of Americans and will help them stretch a budget that is being pushed to the brink by record high drug costs,” said Brock Gunter-Smith, Chief Business Development Officer for Canada Drugs. “We hope that this offer will bring the people that take advantage back as regular customers because we’re confident our service, quality and dedication to patient health will convince them of our benefits, but even if it’s just a one time order, we’ll be happy to help someone save and spread the word that there are options out there to high U.S costs.”

Canada Drugs believes access to essential prescription drugs should be safe, convenient, and affordable for all. An extremely rigorous standard of patient safety and security is maintained. All orders, whether placed during this Black Friday offer, or over the rest of the year require a valid U.S prescription and the Canada Drugs staff of licensed, accredited pharmacists and technicians provide the same review and oversight as a local pharmacy. Canada Drugs is a certified member of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA) the Better Business Bureau and is a 5 star rated pharmacy from

The free Black Friday Drug offer will run from November 25th to December 1st and will provide up to $250 U.S worth of generic prescription medication to all new Canada Drugs patients. “This offer has the potential to save Americans millions of dollars. I know that people are worried about how to stretch budgets, how to get by without adequate prescription coverage, or what to do when falling into the Medicare Part-D doughnut hole, and I know that $250 worth of free prescription medication will help anyone struggling to cope with the reality of too high U.S drug costs,” said Gunter-Smith.

Brock Gunter-Smith
Chief Business Development Officer Group of Companies
16 Terracon Place
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R2J 4G7

Office: (204) 654-7950
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