The Pharmacy Savings Card guarantees that card users are receiving the absolute lowest prices possible on their prescriptions.
- Whether it’s the insurance co-payment,
- The pharmacy retail price,
- Or the Pharmacy Savings price,
- Card users will always pay the lowest price.
What should I do?
- Register your free healthcare discount card with your pharmacy.
- Insist on finding out the Pharmacy Savings price from pharmacists when purchasing your medications.
- The free Pharmacy Savings healthcare discount program offers discounts of up to 75 % on prescriptions.
- There is absolutely no cost to use the card.
- The Pharmacy Savings Card is accepted at almost all pharmacies.
- There is no enrollment or activation of any kind.
The Pharmacy Savings Card guarantees that card users are always receiving the absolute lowest price possible on their generic prescriptions, whether it’s their insurance co-payment, the pharmacy retail price, or the Pharmacy Savings Price.
The Pharmacy Savings price on 21 of the 25 most frequently processed generic drugs, for card users, has been less than an insurance co-pay of $10 or more.
So ask yourself, do you want to save on your prescriptions, whether you have insurance or not?
Log onto our website to use the online Pharmacy Search and Pricing Engine: it allows you to add multiple medications & search multiple pharmacies at once listing them in order from lowest to greatest.
WHY DOES THIS HAPPEN?
Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBM’s) are a third party administrator of prescription drug claims in the US, & are responsible for negotiating deep discounts with pharmacies.
PBM’s develop preferred drug lists for their clients and negotiate discounts and rebates with drug manufacturers, resulting in the inflated pricing of prescriptions.
3 PBM’s currently control 86 % of the 3.6 billion prescriptions processed every year.
In 2009, the combined revenues of the top 3 PBM’s after drug cost deductions were over $80 billion.
More than 210 million Americans receive prescription drug benefits managed by PBM’s.
Often, those 210 million Americans are charged a copayment for a generic medication that is higher than the retail price and the RxCut® discounted price.
The Pharmacy Savings price on 19 of the 25 most frequently prescribed generic medications are lower than an insurance co-pay of $10.
Pharmacy Savings Card is designed to stop consumers from being charged their insurance co-payment when the retail price of the medication is actually lower.
By leveraging the enormous number of people who need help paying their medical expenses, we’re able to negotiate deep discounts with service providers.
We collect a flat rate administrative fee for each transaction to cover expenses of the program and commissions paid to our distribution network, only when we save our card users money!
We created a model that is truly a win/win.
The card user ultimately wins as they are guaranteed the absolute lowest price at the Pharmacy as either a result of the card user’s co-pay, the retail price at the pharmacy or the RxCut price.
Consumers pay whichever price is the lowest.
This is the only card that will equalize a transaction at the pharmacy counter.
Don’t be fooled by the other card programs.
It’s just that simple.
The “middle man” or Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) is removed from the equation allowing our deep discounts to be passed along to the card user when at the pharmacy counter.
Pharmacy Savings Card, the Equalizer in healthcare, is beneficial to all; the insured with Generic co pays of $10.00 or higher, uninsured, underinsured, those with high deductibles and those who fall in the Medicare donut hole.