Free Drug Card

One of the easiest ways to save at the pharmacy is to get a free prescription savings card. There is absolutely no catch. The savings card is free and the savings are real. Learn More

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Blink Health

Learn How an Innovative Company is Changing the Game in Pharmacy Pricing

Blink Health has taken control of drug pricing away from the pharmacies and put it in the hands of the consumer.

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Basaglar Savings Program

Eli Lilly will pay up to $150 per month towards the prescription at the patients pharmacy.

Linzess Savings Program

Linzess® (linaclotide) Tablets Linzess® (linaclotide) tablets are indicated to treat irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (known as IBS-C) and chronic idiopathic constipation (known as CIC) in adults. Irritable bowel syndrome with constipation is a...

Bystolic Savings Program

Bystolic®  (nebivolol) Tablets Bystolic® (nebivolol) tablets are indicated to treat high blood pressure. It belongs to a class of medications known as beta-blockers. A blood pressure that is above the normal range is known as high blood pressure or...

Seebri™ Neohaler® Savings Program

Save up to $250 per month on COPD treatment with the Seebri Neohaler manufacturer coupons.

Nestabs Prenatal Vitamins Savings Program

Women’s Choice Pharmaceuticals has made it easy to save on their line of vitamins. Patients with prescription insurance will pay no more than $25 and women who do not have prescription insurance will pay no more than $45

Blink Health – New Technology and Guaranteed Price

Introduction to Blink Health There are multiple savings programs available to cut your pharmacy costs,ut many of those programs have disadvantages. Blink Health has introduced a new technology which will provide savings of up to 95% while eliminating many of the...

Pharmacy Savings Card – Free for Everone

So, whether you have insurance coverage or not – everyone should have a Prescription discount drug card. You never know when your prescription plan won’t cover your medication, or when it could even be cheaper than your insurance co-pay.

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