If you are on a state sponsored assistance (like the disabled), Walgreens can not fill your prescription out-of-state because they operate each store as it's own little profit center. As compared to other nationwide chains that can bill a prescription and send it to another store location to be dispensed.
Oh, but Walgreens would be happy to sell you the medication at full list price, because they don't offer the service. -And- the won't sell you the medications early so you can take them with you -or- allow them to even be picked up two days early so they can be sent next day to you. In addition, they conveniently, never allow you to talk to a real person that knows anything (they will be happy to call you back in two days - leave a message and never call you back). But if you try their corporate numbers you can't ever seem to speak to a real person there either (unless you ask for Investor Relations - but they won't get you to anybody that can help either).
From the corner of Happy and Healthy to the site of Can Not and Will Not.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Monetary Loss: $1000.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
Walgreens Cons: Customer service, Way they hide from complaints.