Common FAQ’s Regarding The USA Rx Pharmacy Discount Card
Individuals who are looking to save money on their prescriptions can receive discounts of up to 75% with the USA Rx pharmacy discount card. It’s like having a permanent pharmacy coupon that can be used over and over again. We field questions all the time regarding our pharmacy discount card. We have listed the most common ones here in order to provide information to anyone who is interested in using it at over 60,000 pharmacies throughout the US where it is currently accepted:
Can I use the card even if I have private or public healthcare insurance that covers the cost of my medications? Unfortunately, you cannot use the USA Rx pharmacy discount card to lower your co-payment costs on your medications. However, you can have your pharmacist list the card in your file which gives you the option of choosing between it and your health insurance plan to see which will provide the most savings on your medications.
Can the card be used by members of my family? As long as the family member has a valid prescription from their physician, they can use the USA Rx pharmacy discount card. Basically, the card is universal.
Do I have to enroll in the program or pay fees in order to use the card? No, you do not. We do not ask you for any personal information or to register in the program. The card is FREE.
Do I have to meet any eligibility requirements in order to participate in the pharmacy discount card program? No, you do not. There are no requirements for age, income, insurance, or residency.
How do I get the card? Simply visit the USA Rx website, download the card, and print it out.
How soon can I use the USA Rx pharmacy discount card? Once you have downloaded and printed the card, you can start using it immediately.
What is the difference between an insurance prescription drug plan and the USA Rx card? Although the card entitles the user to discounts on a wide range of medications, it is not an insurance plan or a supplement of one.
Will I be able to use the discount card on over-the-counter medications? As long as your physician writes a prescription for an OTC medication, you can use your card. It can also be used on medical supplies if you have a valid prescription.