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WHAT IT COVERS
The Free Prescription Discount Card program is not insurance coverage, but it does allow you to save on your out-of-pocket medicine expenses. You can use the free Rx card in several ways:
- If you do not have insurance coverage at all
- If your insurance company does not cover a particular drug or medication
- If your insurance company limits the number of refills allowed
- While you are fulfilling your insurance deductible requirements
Your prescription savings card works regardless of the medication involved; discounts can be applied toward brand name and generic drugs as long as they are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. With more than 63,000 pharmacies nationwide accepting the Free Prescription Discount Card, it is easy to take advantage of discounted pricing.
There is no limit to the amount of money you can save through the Free Prescription Discount Card program. Complete the online form today to begin receiving instant and automatic savings.
WHAT DOES THE PET RX CARD COVER?
Our pet card covers hundreds of FDA-approved medications frequently prescribed for cats and dogs and includes brand name and generic medications. To see how much your pet’s prescription will cost, click on our prescription price lookup tool, and then fill in the name of the medicine and quantity.
If you are paying full price by filling your pet prescriptions at a veterinarian’s office or a store that does not honor our discount pet medication program, do not delay any longer. It is very easy to transfer your pet’s prescription to one of the 54,000 stores located throughout the country. Use our convenient pharmacy lookup tool to find participating locations near you.
If you are a pet owner, take the first step toward saving money on your pet prescriptions by printing out your free pet Rx card today. Pet store owners, humane societies, cat and dog shelters and other nonprofit organizations can also join and provide pet Rx cards to their clients. When it is so easy to save money on pet prescriptions, why wait any longer to get your free pet card?