Free Prescription Discount Cards
Questions & Facts
What can I use the free prescription card for?
The Prescription Discount Card Plan is a program that offers immediate discounts on prescription drugs at participating pharmacies nationwide. Members can save an average of 30% off prescriptions, with savings as high as 75% on generic medications. Members can obtain savings at approximately 55,000 pharmacies nationwide.
Free Pharmacy Card member -cost for the medication will be the discount price offered through the plan, or the pharmacy's price, whichever is lower. Members are assured the lowest price in that store at the time the medication is purchased.
How do I use the free pharmacy card?
Once you receive your email from FreePharmacyCard.com simply print out the card and bring it to one of our 55,000 participating pharmacies. Give your prescription and your membership card to the pharmacist, who will enter your unique ID number into the computer system to verify that you are an active member. The computer system will calculate your prescription discount. If the pharmacist has any questions or is unfamiliar with the pharmacy network system, he or she should call the Pharmacist Help Desk, toll-free. The number is shown on the back of your free pharmacy card.
Can I use different pharmacies?
Yes, as long as it is a participating pharmacy. FreePharmacyCard.com has over 55,000 participating pharmacies in the United States. Please use the pharmacy locator to find the list of pharmacies nearest you.
Can I combine my free prescription card with my insurance/Medicare card?
The discount pharmacy card cannot be used with your current plans, but rather, instead of them. You can use the pharmacy benefit to get discounts on prescription medications that might not be covered by your current plan, or when the discounted price is less than your current plan's price.
Can my free pharmacy card be used by my family members?
The discount can be used by anyone in your immediate family. Immediate family means you, your spouse and children living at your home.
How much will I save?
Discounts may vary by participating pharmacies but you can expect to save an average of 30% depending on the type of prescription (brand or generic) and the location of the specific pharmacy. You will receive the discounted price off the pharmacy's usual and customary price.
Are there any claim forms I need to fill out?
No. There are no claim forms that need to be filled out. Simply present your FreePharmacyCard at the time of service and the appropriate amount will be deducted from the prescription. You are then responsible to pay the pharmacist the discounted amount owed.
When can I start using my free pharmacy card and how long is it good for?
Once you receive an email from us, simply print your card and bring it to one of our 55,000 participating pharmacies nationwide. The card is valid for 1 year from the date of issuance.
Is there a maximum use for prescriptions?
No. Unlike an insurance program, you and your family may use the card as many times as you need. There are no limitations.
How do I find a participating retail pharmacy?
Just click on the Locate a Pharmacy button and enter your zip code. Major participating chains include:
- Anchor Pharmacy
- Bi-Lo Pharmacy
- Brookshire Pharmacy
- Cub Pharmacy
- Dillon Pharmacy
- Dominick's Pharmacy
- Drug Emporium
- Fred's Pharmacy
- Genovese Drug Store
- Giant Eagle Pharmacy
- Kerr Drug
- Kroger Drugstore
- Medicap Pharmacy
- Meijer Pharmacy
- Pathmark Pharmacy
- Price Chopper Pharmacy
- Publix Pharmacy
- Rite Aid Pharmacy
- Shopko Pharmacy
- Shop 'N Save Pharmacy
- Shoprite Pharmacy
- Smith's Pharmacy
- Super D Drugs
- Target Pharmacy
- Thrifty White Drug
- Vons Pharmacy
Your health and safety are important to us .
When you turn in a prescription, the pharmacist's expertise, the information provided by your physician, and your prior prescription history through the program are combined to process your prescription. Real-time, point-of-service alerts, when indicated, are sent to your pharmacist on potentialconcerns regarding how your prescription may interact with other medications you are currently taking, your disease state, your age, etc. The alerts supplement your pharmacist's professional evaluation, helping him / her determine whether follow-up action with you and/or your doctor is necessary before dispensing the prescription.