Why Get A Free Prescription Drug Card?
Everyone can benefit from a pharmacy savings card. If you have commercial health insurance you may not have prescription coverage. Coverage for prescription medications is sometimes separate from your health benefits. If this describes your coverage, then a prescription drug card will be essential for you to avoid paying too much for your medications.
Even if you are fortunate and you already have a pharmacy benefit, your insurance company typically does not cover many drugs. Drugs often excluded are anorexiants, appetite suppressants, antacids, anti-obesity, contraceptive devices and implants, cosmetic drugs for hair growth or wrinkles, diagnostic supplies and devices, hypnotics and sedatives, immunizations and vaccines, drugs for impotence, fertility, injectable supplies, medical supplies, nutritional supplies, smoking cessation prescriptions, prenatal vitamins, and many more. OUR PHARMACY CARD PROVIDES DISCOUNTS FOR ALL OF THESE!
Of course, if you do not have any health coverage, you definitely want to take advantage of any discounts you can get.
Everyone falls into one of the above categories. As a result everyone has to potential to save money by getting a free pharmacy discount card.
How does the Free Card work?
Simply present the card to the pharmacist and s/he will enter the information into your pharmacy profile. Remember, this card is pre-activated and can be used right away at your local pharmacy. With this card there are no deductibles or fees, no forms to complete and everyone qualifies (this card covers your entire household).
You can also use this prescription drug card to save on medications for all your pets. Fido or Garfield do not have prescription coverage and the medications used to treat you sweet furry friends can be expensive. This card will give you some protection against high drug prices.
Who needs the Free Card?
- Those with no insurance
- Those who may have insurance but have limitations like high deductibles, non-covered drugs, high copayments or caps on their benefits
- Seniors who fall into the “donut hole” of their Medicare Part D
- New employees who are in their waiting period for healthcare coverage
- Employees who cannot afford COBRA payments when they lose their job
- Employees who cannot afford to cover dependents
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. Best of all, you can get this prescription drug card for free right now.