We are always excited to provide customers with the opportunity to save money on prescription medications. We are confident that our new website will provide patients with the information they need for an easy, hassle-free way to save.
Jefferson Valley, NY (PRWEB) January 14, 2015
Wise RX announced the launch of their new website for the Wise RX Discount Card, which helps people save on medical prescriptions. Patients can bring the discount card to any pharmacy in the U.S. to receive discounts on prescription medications. Wise RX acts like a large buying group that negotiates with pharmacies to discount prescription medications, similar to the discounts given to insurance companies and large employers. Wise RX can save up to 85% even when patients are uninsured or under-insured. The Wise RX Card is accepted at over 60,000 pharmacies, including national chains such as CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, and Walmart, along with your local pharmacy.
The new website, http://www.WiseRXCard.com, offers easy navigation, along with the ability for users to download the card right from their browser or fill out a form to have a card mailed to them. The site also features a comprehensive breakdown of how the card works along with testimonials, and answers to FAQs. A store locator and newsroom page is featured as well, with plans to update with the latest news and information within the company and industry as a whole.
“We are always excited to provide customers with the opportunity to save money on prescription medications,” said a representative of Wise RX. “We are confident that our new website will provide patients with the information they need for an easy, hassle-free way to save.”
Visit the website to learn more at http://www.WiseRXCard.com.
About Wise RX
The Wise RX Card's mission is to make prescription medication affordable to everyone regardless of whether or not they have insurance. We aim to educate and inform the community of their health care options by providing them with the discount card to use towards their prescription medication costs.