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How do you refill a Walgreens prescription by mail?

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To refill a Walgreens prescription by mail, first register your personal and insurance information with the pharmacy either online, by phone, or by completing and mailing in the registration packet available on the website. Prescriptions may then be mailed, faxed, or emailed to the Walgreens for filling when necessary.

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Walgreens' mail service pharmacy provides a convenient way for those who take medications on a long-term basis to fill and refill their prescriptions, notes the company website. Any Walgreens customer whose insurance participates in the program may utilize the service. The additional benefits as described in the welcome brochure from the website include free standard shipping on mail orders, access to pharmacist advice around the clock, and up to 90 days of the prescription at one time, as allowed by the insurance provider.

Those who register with Walgreens.com may log in at any time to manage their shipping and insurance information, manage their prescriptions, and check the status of an order in process. Users may also keep credit card information on file, because Walgreens requires payment in full at the time of each order. Additional forms needed to set up the service, including prescription order forms and forms for health care providers, are available on the Walgreens website in PDF format.

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