You may find yourself asking, “Was that Martin Sheen in a SingleCare commercial?” Or maybe you’re asking, “What is SingleCare?” You’ve come to the right place. We have answers to both.
Yes, Martin Sheen is in our new advertising campaign. Now, let us tell you a bit about who we are: SingleCare offers a free prescription savings card. We believe that no matter your health insurance status, you shouldn’t have to pay crazy prices to get the medication you need to feel better. Our discount card is free to use, no sign-up required, no strings attached.
Here’s how to use it: First, use our lookup tool to find out how much your prescription costs. Enter your zip code to find a local pharmacy that accept our coupons. To get an accurate savings price, use the toggles to match your prescription information: brand name vs generic, the right form and dosage, and the quantity you need. Either print your drug coupon or email or text it to your phone (or use the app) to show at your pharmacy. You’ll find savings of up to 80% off your medications.
The SingleCare pharmacy card is accepted at 35,000 partner pharmacies nationwide, including CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, Albertsons, and Kroger. You can use it to help you save on the cash price if you don’t have insurance—but it also can help if you have insurance or a Medicare Part D Plan. You can’t use our card on top of your insurance and Part D rates, but make sure to check your copay price with our savings. You may find that we beat it on occasion!
For savings on the go, be sure to download our app from GooglePlay for Android or the App Store for iOS. Have any questions? Give us a call at 844-234-3057 or find us on Facebook.
* Prescription savings vary by prescription and by pharmacy, and may reach up to 80% off cash price.
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This article is not medical advice. It is intended for general informational purposes and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your physician or dial 911.