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Discount Prescription Card FAQs
 

How does the Prescription Discount Card Program work?

How much will I save?

How will this affect me if I am enrolled in a Medicare Part D?

Who is Prescription Discount Card?

How can I find out more about this program?

What will my prescription cost?

How does the Prescription Discount Card Program work?

Simply present your Prescription Discount Card at a participating pharmacy when you fill your next prescription. Discounts are given at the time of purchase, so there are no receipts to submit or claim forms to fill out.

Member Savings
The Prescription Discount Program provides significant savings for members.
Average Percent Savings:

  • Average savings of 20 percent off the regular price of prescription medicine at participating pharmacies
  • Extra savings up to 50 percent when using mail service
How much will I save?

Discounts average from 20 percent to 50 percent, depending on what drugs you buy and where you buy them. To save the most money, choose generic drugs first. If you are taking a brand–name prescription, talk with your doctor about a possible generic. Often, a doctor can prescribe a less expensive, generic drug that works as well as the brand–name you are currently taking – but at a significant discount.

How will this affect me if I am enrolled in a Medicare Part D?

If you are enrolled in Medicare part D, payments using the Prescription Discount Card Program may count towards your true out–of–pocket expenses. Please contact your Part D plan for more information. Use your Prescription Discount Card to save money on prescriptions NOT covered by your Medicare Plan D plan.

Who is Prescription Discount Card?

The Prescription Discount Card is managed by a leading pharmacy benefit manager that specializes in controlling costs, creating customized solutions and delivering best–in–class service for its clients. The program provider works closely with pharmacies and drug manufacturers to negotiate lower prices for thousands of prescription medications and is sharing these savings with you.

How can I find out more about this program?

You may contact the Prescription Discount Card Customer Service toll-free number, 1-888-321-3204, for more information.

What will my prescription cost?

For more information about the program, including price estimates, click here.

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