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Participating pharmacies include:

Save at over 35,000 pharmacies nationwide, including:

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How it Works

There are two ways to use your card. You can print and bring it to your pharmacy or show the card to your pharmacist from your mobile device. The card can be shared with family and friends.

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Print your free card now and show it to your pharmacist.

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View On Your Mobile Device

Visit on your mobile browser and show the digital card to your pharmacist.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Your card is pre-activated and ready to use.

Yes. Your Rx Discount Card works for everybody—friends, family, and co-workers. They can visit on their mobile device and show the digital card to their pharmacist. They can also print a card from the website.

One card is all you need. It’s valid for all family members and friends.

On your mobile device go to and show the card to your pharmacist. You can also print and bring your card with you when you go to the pharmacy to pick up prescription medications. The pharmacist will do the rest and enter any discounts that apply.

Most brand or generic drugs that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration are covered under the plan.

More than 35,000 pharmacies nationwide participate in the program.

Yes. Different pharmacies may agree to different discount rates so it’s important to do your research. Call and ask pharmacies near you about the discount they offer to get the best deal.

Savings that the card can provide varies from one drug to another. Savings may be as high as 80 percent. There may be times when a pharmacy's price is lower than the discounted price with your Rx card.

Yes. The price of a prescription may be less than insurance copay using the Rx Discount Card. It’s always worth checking.

Sometimes a pharmacy's retail price may already be lower than the discounted price you can get through the card. In that case, it is better to go with the pharmacy’s rate since the card’s discount would not save you any money.

All U.S. residents may use the card. There are no restrictions and no exceptions.