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REVIEW: Prescription Discount Cards Really Work

on March 18, 2014

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. All opinions are mine.

Have you seen prescription cards that promise to get your prescriptions for a lot less money? I was always very skeptical of these things, until I was asked to use one and review it.  So, here is my take on this prescription card.

It was really simple to get the card. I just went to the website, downloaded it and printed it.  The website is here–http://medicationdiscountcard.com/print.  A quick glance at the different medications listed online that you can save on told me that I should be able to use it– but we do have prescription coverage as well, so I was not sure if it would save us any money. I thought I would take it with me and have the pharmacist tell me which was better.

I used the card at Walgreen’s, but it is accepted at CVS, RiteAid, Target, Walmart and Publix, too.

I was pleasantly surprised to find that it did save us money; our cost for the two prescriptions needed was just $9.00, and with our medical insurance prescription card, those brand-name prescriptions would have been $30.00. These are prescriptions we get on a monthly basis, so we will be using this card for future purchases, and I am glad we found out about it.

The website is http://medicationdiscountcard.com/print. Print out the card and take it with you on the next trip to the pharmacy. Chances are, it will save you some money, too.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

 

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