It’s likely that you already know you can use your SingleCare prescription discount card to save up to 80% on your prescriptions at the pharmacy counter. It’s as easy as 1-2-3.
- Search on our site (or in the app) for your prescription—adjusting the filters for dose, quantity, and location.
- Select the pharmacy with the best price.
- Bring your coupon to the counter when you pick up your Rx.
What you might not realize, is that there are lots of other ways we can help make your medications a bit more affordable.
8 ways you didn’t know you could save with SingleCare
Before spending more, check out all the ways you might not realize you can save.
1. Bonus savings toward Rx fills
The first time you use SingleCare, you’ll receive $5 in bonus savings—just for signing up. Then, for no annual fee, you’ll earn an extra $1 off eligible drugs with every fill. That’s right, all you need to do is use our free drug coupons to save even more, automatically.
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2. Prescription delivery with GeniusRx
SingleCare offers free home delivery of 4,000 of our most popular prescriptions in partnership with GeniusRx—typically in two to three days to all 50 states. And if you thought our drug prices were low at the pharmacy counter, you can net even deeper discounts through this service, up to 85%. The process is nearly the same as using a coupon. Instead of going to the pharmacy, you go to GeniusRx to complete your transaction.
3. Pet medications
Just like their human owners, your furry friends sometimes get sick and need medication to help them feel better. Veterinary care is expensive, and even though pet insurance exists, it doesn’t cover everything. Luckily, SingleCare is here to help reduce the cost of your pet’s Rx, as long as it’s a human medication, too. Most drugs that you would pick up at your regular pharmacy are eligible for savings. All you have to do is bring your pet Rx coupon when you pick it up.
4. Over-the-counter medications
It’s a common misconception that SingleCare can only help you save on prescription medications. The truth is: You can use our discounts on over-the-counter (OTC) medications, like cold and flu treatment or pain relief. The process is just a bit different. You have to ask your healthcare provider to call or scan in an Rx for the OTC therapy. It’s a common practice, and most doctor’s offices are willing to help. Then, just use the drug coupons like you normally would.
5. Brand-name medications
When you search for your medication using singlecare.com or the SingleCare app, one of the filters you can apply is the brand name or the generic. Generic and brand name medications have the same active ingredients. The main difference is that generics typically cost much less. Check out both options to see which gives you the best price using SingleCare coupons.
You need different immunizations as you get older. In other words, vaccinations are a part of your life from childhood until old age. SingleCare is here to make sure that they don’t cost you a fortune. Our prescription savings card offers discounts on common shots from pneumonia and HPV to shingles. We’ve got you covered for the vaccines recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
When you use SingleCare, you’re choosing to use our prescription discount card instead of your insurance because the price is lower than your copay. It’s considered an out-of-pocket purchase, but you may be eligible to be reimbursed if you’re willing to do a little paperwork. Basically, you fill out a form to ask your insurance to pay back what you paid for the Rx. That way, you can get the lower price on your meds, and the purchase will still count towards your deductible. Your insurance may decline your request, but at least you can rest easy knowing that you paid the lowest price.
If you are eligible for Medicare benefits, you can still use SingleCare. It’s not illegal, or against the rules. SingleCare can help reduce your medication costs in retirement if you don’t have a prescription plan by allowing you to compare drug prices and save. If you do have Part D, you can still use SingleCare if our price is lower than your copay, your plan doesn’t cover the prescription, or if you’re in the Medicare donut hole.
It’s important to note: When you use your SingleCare card, the pharmacy processes it instead of your Medicare card, not in conjunction with your Medicare card. Meaning, though you’ll pay a lower price, it won’t help you get out of the coverage gap.
If you have any questions about how these prescription savings work, feel free to call us at 1-844-234-3057 or find us on Facebook. We’d love to hear from you!