Medication Discount Card Offers Financial Benefits to Local Government and Health Care Providers

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Card offers consumers 10% - 75% discounts off FDA-approved medications; providers earn $.50 - $1.25 for each prescription filled using the card.

Medication Discount Card Sample Savings

Medication Discount Card Sample Savings

We are certain that the Medication Discount Card can provide sizable and valuable financial benefits to both providers and consumers.

Medication Discount Card announces new partnership opportunities with health care providers across the country, bringing valuable discounts to providers’ bottom lines and a wealth of benefits for the health of the community.

Medical and pharmaceutical institutions around the country are eligible for the Medication Discount Card. Pharmacies, and hospitals who distribute the card will receive between $.50 - $1.25 for every prescription filled using the card. This partnership opportunity is also open to city and county governments.

“In this era, we realize how important cost-effective medications are to the community and the healthcare industry as a whole,” said Jeremy Duboys, Founder of MDC. “We are certain that the Medication Discount Card can provide sizable and valuable financial benefits to both providers and consumers.”

The Medication Discount Card will provide anywhere from a 10% to over 75% discount on all FDA-approved medications. There is no time-consuming application process or excessive paperwork. The Card contains no fees, no health restrictions, never expires, and is accepted at nearly every major pharmacy in the United States.

Sample savings below:
14% Discount - Lo Loestrin FE
57% Discount - Generic Lo Loestrin FE (Norethindrone Ace & Ethinyl Estradiol-Fe)
84% Discount - Amlodipine Besylate
14% Discount - Lamictal
91% Discount - Generic Lamictal (Lamotrigine)
Estimates of all available discounts are available by using their Drug Cost/Pharmacy Locator

Additionally, the Medication Discount Card offers valuable discounts on medications not covered under typical insurance plans – medications such as appetite suppressants, antacids, contraceptive devices and implants, cosmetic drugs for hair growth or wrinkles, immunizations and vaccines, hypnotics and sedatives, smoking cessation prescriptions, nutritional supplies and many others.

The Card also boasts a much higher rate of savings for the consumer than other medical discount cards. On average, Medication Discount Card users saved 60.04% off the regular price of their medications – Over 13% higher than other card on the market. Purchasers of brand-name drugs who use the Medication Discount Card are also eligible to receive rebates (generally from $5-$25) for their purchases. These rebates are passed back to Medication Discount Card-holders through a handy MasterCard Debit Card, which is instantly refilled once a consumer is eligible for a new rebate.

The Medication Discount Card can easily be printed out online at the Card’s website at Consumers can also log on to locate nearby pharmacies that participate in the Medication Discount Card plan, and can also check how much they can save on their current medications by using the Card.


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