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Save up to 75% Off Your Prescriptions with a FREE Prescription Savings Card!

Lisa.Kramer

The cost of prescriptions can be staggering, especially if you don’t have insurance.  If you don’t have insurance, one way to defray the cost is through prescription savings cards. There are two free cards available: a FreePharmaCard and a Pharmacy Discount Network Card. By using one of these cards, you can save up to 75% off on your prescriptions. We recommend signing up for both free cards and then asking your pharmacist which one will get you the bigger discount.

Here’s how to sign up for a FreePharmaCard:

Note: You are only eligible for this card if you don’t have health insurance.

  • Click Here.
  • Enter your name and email in the designated boxes. Then click on the orange “Start Saving Now!” button.
  • On the next page, you will see your FreePharmaCard. Click on the green “Print This Page” button to print it.
  • Present this card to your pharmacist for savings of up to 75% off.
  • This card is accepted at most major pharmacies including: Costco, CVS, Duane Reade, Rite Aid, Kmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Walmart, and Safeway.

Here’s how to sign up for a Pharmacy Discount Card:

Note: You are only eligible for this card if you are a U.S resident who doesn’t have health insurance.

  • Click Here.
  • Enter your name and email in the designated boxes. Then click on the green “Get Your Card Now!” button.
  • On the next page, you will see your FreePharmaCard. Click on the green “Print This Page” button to print it.
  • Present this card to your pharmacist for savings of up to 75% off.
  • This card is accepted at most major pharmacies including: Costco, CVS, Duane Reade, Rite Aid, Kmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Walmart, and Safeway.

Discounts vary and can range anywhere from 0%-75% depending on the type of prescription, brand name, generic name and the location of the specific pharmacy. The average discount is 23%. The discounts are based on the combined buying power of the millions of people served by the pharmacist-owned National Pharmacy Benefits Manager.

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