Prescription discounts are unrelated to insurance coverage and can save you a substantial amount of money on your medications. Compare the different programs to see which one gives you the most savings on your particular medications.
Arizona Rx Card: According to their website, all residents are eligible to get pharmacy discounts through this free program. The program may be used to provide savings on prescriptions not covered by your health insurance or Medicare Part D. The program may also be used instead of your insurance coverage when it offers greater savings than your co-pay. You can print, text, save or email cards free of charge from their website. The cards are completely confidential; no personal information will be collected, sold, shared, or distributed. Website: https://arizonarxcard.com
FamilyWize Prescription Card: FamilyWize says that their program can be used to obtain savings on prescription drugs that are excluded by your insurance plan, not covered because you have exceeded your plan's maximum limits or their free prescription discount card's price is lower than your program's co-payment amount. There are no fees or eligibility requirements. Download the card on their website: https://familywize.org
GoodRx: GoodRx states that their coupons and discounts can save you up to 80% on your prescription medications. Just search for your prescription to find prices and discounts. Even if you have insurance or Medicare, GoodRx discounts can often be lower than your co-pay. GoodRx is 100% free. No personal information required. Website: www.goodrx.com
For one-on-one Medicare prescription plan assistance, call (800) 293-9393 or (520) 836-2758 and ask for the Benefits department.