(PRWEB) March 11, 2008
Anyone living in the USA not covered by regular prescription insurance can instantly access and download three totally free drug discount cards online. (It won’t cost a dime.) Download cards for any family or friends who need help paying for their medicine.
Participating pharmacies include the following: Walgreens, Rite Aid, Eckerd Drugs, Publix, CVS Pharmacy, Winn Dixie, BI-LO, King Soopers, Fred's Pharmacy, Drug Fair and K-Mart as well as thousands more independent pharmacies. Here are the key factors that make it such a great program:
- It is easy to participate. There are no enrollment fees, no forms to fill out, no age or income requirements, and no medical condition restrictions. The entire family is covered (just print a card for each person, including pets!) and virtually all commonly prescribed medicine is covered;
- There are no costs. There is no cost to the county, county taxpayers, or consumers to participate. Our network negotiates the discounts directly with participating pharmacies.
- Everyone is eligible. The discount cards are provided free to residents living in the USA in all counties across the country. A national network of more than 57,000 retail pharmacies honor the card;
- Consumers always receive the lowest retail price. On occasion, pharmacies will price a particular medication lower than the discount rate available with the http://www.FreeDrugDiscountCard.com. If that occurs, consumers will receive the lower price. Either way, consumers will always receive the best price available.
- Pharmacies use the program to create goodwill with patients, which will ensure that they keep their business. FreeDrugDiscountCard.com is used for individuals who have no benefits or have reached a gap in coverage, and it also can be used as a supplement for patients who need to a fill a script for non-formulary drugs. Sponsored by Free Medicine Foundation, “The Patient’s Advocate” offers five prescription cost saving tips to help your pocketbook and America.
For questions or to enroll in the program, please visit http://www.FreeDrugDiscountCard.com or call 1-573-996-3333.