Frequently Asked Questions

We know that a program like this can also seem too good to be true so we have identified eight frequently asked questions and are providing the answers to them below.

Is this an insurance plan?

No, this is a prescription savings/discount card program that gives you access to affordable prescription drugs through a national network of participating pharmacies.

Will this help individuals on Medicare?

This card will help individuals on Medicare pay for their drugs while in the “donut hole” or drugs not covered.

How does the FREE discount card work?

Present your card and prescription to any participating pharmacy (not available in TN). Your telephone number will be your ID number. There are no claim forms to fill out and no limits to the number of times you and your family can use the card. The pharmacies agree to a discounted pricing rate that is applicable to any person presenting this FREE card. If the pharmacist has any questions he/she can call the PHARMACY HELP LINE at 1-888-299-5383.

How does this program work for Pets?

Present your pet's prescription, which you can ask your vet to write for you, along with your card to the pharmacist. If you have any questions call the PHARMACY HELP LINE at 1-888-299-5383. Remember, this is not available in TN.

Are there any age restrictions?

No, this prescription discount card is FREE to people of ALL AGES, INCLUDING PETS.

Who is eligible?

EVERYONE within your household can use the card. Since our program is not insurance, there are no exclusions for pre-existing conditions. Everyone who is in the US, whether a citizen or not, regardless of pre-existing conditions, income or age, is eligible, INCLUDING YOUR PETS.

What prescription medications are covered with this card?

All FDA approved brand name and generic prescription medications are covered.

Can I use this card with my insurance card?

You cannot use both your insurance card and this discount card at the same time. If you have an insurance plan that covers the drugs you are purchasing, we recommend you bring both cards to your pharmacy and use whichever one saves the most. However, if you don't have insurance, or if the drug you are purchasing is not covered by your insurance plan, we recommend you use this FREE card.