RxSavingsPlus

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The RxSavingsPlus prescription discount card can be used at nine out of 10 pharmacies located in all 50 states, including Rite Aid, Walmart, Target and many more. There are more than 65,000 pharmacies nationwide that accept the RxSavingsPlus card.

You can be confident that you are paying the lowest possible price for your medications at the pharmacy. If the pharmacy has a lower price than the discounted price offered for your medication, you will pay the lower pharmacy price automatically. This pricing comparison protects you each and every time you present your card.

Some of the more than 65,000 participating pharmacies nationwide include:

    • Rite Aid Pharmacy
    • Walmart
    • Target
    • Ahold
    • Brookshire's
    • Epic Rx
    • Costco Wholesale
    • Giant Eagle
    • HyVee
    • KMart
    • Kroger
    • Meijer
    • Omnicare
    • Publix
    • Safeway
    • SuperValu
    • Walgreens
    • Wegmans

Want to save on Prescription drugs? Now you can.

This is NOT insurance. Discounts are only available at participating pharmacies. By using this card, you agree to pay the entire prescription cost less any applicable discount. Savings may vary by drug and by pharmacy . Savings are based on actual 2016 drug purchases for all drug discount card programs administered by CVS Caremark located in Woonsocket, RI. The program administrator may obtain fees or rebates from manufacturers and/or pharmacies based on your prescription drug purchases. These fees or rebates may be retained by the program administrator or shared with you and/or your pharmacy. Prescription claims through this program will not be eligible for reimbursement through Medicaid, Medicare or any other government program. This program does not guarantee the quality of the services or products offered by individual providers. We do not sell your personal information. Call the member toll-free number on the back of your ID card to file a complaint related to this program. Note to Texas Consumers: You may contact the Texas Department of Insurance if you remain dissatisfied after completing this program's complaint process.