United Way of South Texas and the SingleCare Community Service Partnership have teamed together to provide a solution for the community. We are providing prescription discount card that requires no enrollment or activation. Consumers give the card to their pharmacists every time a prescription is needed and discounts are automatically applied.
What is the SingleCare Prescription Savings Card?
The SingleCare Prescription Savings Card is a free card that enables those with high medication costs, both insured and uninsured, to have access to more affordable medications. By showing the SingleCare card to a pharmacist when picking up a prescription, consumers can save an average of 42 percent on their prescription medications. The card is free for all, has no eligibility requirements and is accepted at pharmacies nationwide, including all chains. SingleCare Prescription
Savings Cards are available to print from the singlecare.com website, as a free downloadable app, or through the mail.
Are there any costs associated with the SingleCare Prescription Savings Card?
No. The SingleCare card is free to obtain and use. It’s like a coupon that can be used as often as the consumer wants.
Who can benefit by using the SingleCare card?
Everyone. The card is free for all, has no eligibility requirements and is accepted at pharmacies nationwide, including all chains. Whether an individual is uninsured or insured with high medication costs, by showing the SingleCare card to the pharmacist they will get the best price on their prescription medication, whether that is the SingleCare price, the retail price or an individual’s insurance plan price.
Where is the SingleCare card accepted?
The SingleCare card is accepted at over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide, including all pharmacy chains, as well as Target, Walmart, Kmart, Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid.
For more information about SingleCare, please visit: www.singlecare.com.
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