Are you paying too much for your prescriptions?
- Print out and take this card (below) to the
Pharmacy and save on the cost of your prescription drugs!
Cut and fold in half...
Your Free Prescription Card works now, present this
to your pharmacist and save up to 95%!
MEMBER ID: Enter Patient's Phone Number
THIS IS NOT INSURANCE, IT'S
How Does This Card Work?This card provides discounts on most medicationsThis card is accepted at most pharmaciesEarn Rebates on select branded itemsThis FREE card is available to anyoneYou save between 15% - 95%One card covers your entire familyTo
find a participating pharmacy call 1-800-286-9589 or go to
www.incarerx.com and select Network/Price Tools to look up medication
pricing in your area. Customer Service call 1-800-286-9589
NO OTHER PHARMACY CARD IN
AMERICA OFFERS BETTER OVERALL SAVINGS! We
are proud to provide you and your family with our FREE pharmacy program. This
card may be used at over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide, including most major
chains. View Pharmacies and Prices: www.incarerx.com
How Do I
You can use your free drug card just as you
would use an insurance card. Hand the card to the pharmacist when you drop off
your prescription and see what kind of discount you get. Brand name drugs will
have a typical 10-20% discount with greater savings coming on generics where
you can save up to 95%. We've seen some discounts even higher!
How It Works
Are Free Prescription Discount
Cards too good to be true? No, this Works! We can't speak for all discount cards in the
market, so we'll do our best to explain how our program operates and how it's
different than other drug cards.
We process millions of prescriptions per
month for pharmacies nationwide, we know what the actual cost of prescription
drugs are and the typical profits for pharmacies. We use this information to
provide our cash customers with great discounts while still maintaining a
reasonable profit for the pharmacies. The pharmacy will typically make about
the same amount on your transaction with our discount drug card that they do
processing someone's prescription insurance coverage.
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