Free Prescription Card Savings Program
Saving Seniors up to 65% on Prescriptions
Always Best Care has developed a unique program to provide seniors in the Midlands of South Carolina with the Free ABC Prescription Card. This money-saving program provides medicine cost savings benefits to everyone in our area at no cost to them! The program is not insurance, but a substantial discount program that can save users up to 65% on prescriptions at over 56,000 pharmacies and supermarkets across the country, including chains like Walgreens, CVS, Wal-Mart and Target as well as discount warehouses like Costco! Mail order discounts are available, too!
The Free ABC Prescription Card is easy to use, and helps everyone find savings with their prescription drugs.
- Card acceptance at over 56,000 pharmacies
- Mail order option for even more savings
- Savings on prescriptions of up to 65% (savings of 25% to 40% are typical)
- No personal information is gathered to get a card
- No eligibility requirements, everyone can use the card (even family members and pets!)
- Covers many medications that Medicare part D and regular insurance often do not
- Program website at http://freeABCrx.com provides pricing, availability, and other services
Medicine Savings with the Free ABC Prescription Card
To use the card, present it to your pharmacist when you are filling or refilling prescriptions. Your pharmacist will be able to tell you if the card will save you money over your current plan. Note that you can use the card for some prescriptions, and your current plan for other prescriptions. This maximize your savings over your current plan.
Did you know that Medicare Part D does not cover many drugs? The Free ABC Prescription Card provides savings on many of the drugs not covered by Medicare. That means you can keep your current plan and still get cost savings on the medicines you need.
Not only can the card be used for medicines not covered by Medicare, but it can also save money on medicines when the coverage gap applies. For 2012, the gap starts after the covered enrollee spends $2,930 on medicines. By using the card for medicine purchases when this limit is reached, Medicare users can save money by not paying full price for their medicines. This example applies to Medicare Part D enrollees who have coverage gap exposure.
Website Reveals Savings
The Free ABC Prescription Card comes with a website with plenty of information to help seniors identify savings with the card. At http://freeABCrx.com users can find participating pharmacies. They can also enter their medicines, their pharmacies, and see the costs of the drugs using the card in their neighborhood. This powerful benefit lets card holders know the cost of their medicines before they visit the pharmacist.
In addition, the website allows users to print replacement cards if the original is lost. And users can share the site with their friends, who can print their own cards right from the website. And for convenience, the website is available in English and Spanish.
Get Started Saving Today!
To get your own card, call Always Best Care of the Midlands Charlene Richardson at (803) 403 1895 and ask for your copy of the card. There is no cost or obligation, and the savings can be substantial, even if you have prescription drug coverage. For more information, visit http://seniorcarecolumbia.com/always-best-care/free-rx-discount-card-from-always-best-care-midlands/, or follow us on Facebook at /ABC.Midlands. We’re helping to save you money… Always.