How does Medication Card work?Prescription discount cards are like "reusable prescription drug coupons", allowing you access to lower drug prices when filling/re-filling prescriptions. Simply present the Medication Card to the pharmacist to see if a discount is available on the prescription you're filling. Remember, the Medication Card is free, pre-activated, no paper work, no deductibles, never expires, and everyone qualifies. This program covers your entire household including your pets!
Who can use Medication Card?Everyone, with or without insurance, should keep a Medication Card to hand. If you're under or un-insured, have a high co-pay or deductible, have a lapse in coverage, or utilize a Health Savings Account (HSA), the card can provide added discounts that you may not otherwise get. If you have insurance, the card may provide discounts on prescriptions not covered by your plan, on other family members' prescriptions, or medications for your pets when purchased from the pharmacy.
How much do I save with Medication Card?The Medication Card provides a discount of up to 85% at more than 63,000 participate pharmacies (Average Savings 55%), depending on the drug you've been prescribed. Your card provides discounts on both brand-name and generic drugs.
The easiest way to find out how much your Medication Card saves you is to take your card into your pharmacy and ask your pharmacist for the discounted price before getting your prescription filled. Please be aware that the card does not offer discount on the already discounted drugs list found in some stores, or when the store's regular price is lower than the discount card price.
Can I get bulk cards to hand out?With nearly 50 million uninsured Americans paying full price for their healthcare, we encourage doctors, dentists, churches, associations and charity organizations to provide their members with free access to Medication Card. For more information, please Contact Us.
for more information visit us: www.MedicationCard.orgPhone: 888-553-5751info@MedicationCard.org