“Today my wife was discharged from the hospital after extensive surgery. When I went down to Walgreens in the hospital to pick up her prescription, I found out the cost was going to be $974.94 for a thirty day supply. I then gave them my discount card and asked them to the re-price the prescription using the discount drug benefit. The price came back at $364! Wow! Was I ever pleased.”
“I use an injectable medication that is not covered by my insurance. At my Target pharmacy, this medicine normally costs me $56.49 but with my discount card it was only $28.13.”
“I work full-time but do not have medical insurance. One of my prescriptions (generic) costs me $63 per month. Can you imagine my surprise and delight when I last refilled it? I used the discount card for the first time and that prescription cost me only $23. Even the pharmacy tech was amazed at the savings. Of course, I realize that won't be the case on all purchases I make, but that savings really made my day and will certainly help me out in the future.”
This discount card program is NOT insurance, not intended to replace insurance, and does not meet the minimum creditable coverage requirements under the Affordable Care Act or Massachusetts M.G.L. c. 111M and 956 CRM 5.00. It contains a 30-day cancellation period, provides discounts only at the offices of contracted health care providers, and each member is obligated to pay the discounted medical charges in full at the point of service. For a complete list of disclosures, please click here. | Limitations, Exclusions and Exceptions | Discount Plan Organization: New Benefits, Ltd., Attn: Compliance Department, PO Box 803475, Dallas, TX 75380-3475.