Announcing the Launch of AffordRx.com

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Prescription medication just got a whole lot cheaper.

AffordRx Prescription Discount Card
We are aware that millions of Americans are losing out on healthcare because prescription prices are too high. That’s why our card offers you a discount of up to 75% on thousands of prescription drugs.

AffordRx offers a free prescription discount card that helps people save up to 75% on prescription medications.

How does it work? AffordRx maintains a vast network of pharmacies and leverages the buying power of cardholders to obtain better prices for customers.

AffordRx Representative Dylan Mark says, “We are aware that millions of Americans are losing out on healthcare because prescription prices are too high. That’s why our card offers you a discount of up to 75% on thousands of prescription drugs.”

This free card requires no paperwork, has no health restrictions, is easy to use, and is immediately available—just print the card out and present it with any prescription to the pharmacist. Customers can also request a card to be mailed to them. The card will never expire and has unlimited use; the patient will continue to receive the same discount each and every time they refill their prescriptions.

AffordRx is accepted at more than 59,000 pharmacies across the nation, including all chain pharmacies, like Albertson’s, CVS, Walgreens, Kmart, Target and more. Many independent pharmacies also accept AffordRx prescription discount cards.

Some cardholders have found that AffordRx provides more savings on many generic prescription drugs than their regular insurance provider. While AffordRx cannot be used in conjunction with insurance or be used to lower co-pays, it can be applied to deductibles. AffordRx also covers many drugs not covered by most insurances, such as nutritional supplements, weight-loss aids, or cosmetics.

AffordRx.com offers discounts on thousands of prescription medications, including Ciprodex, Androgel, Nuvigil, Viagra, Ambien, and many more.

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