RxLess indexes and allows you to quickly search millions of prescription medication prices available through trusted prescription savings programs both online and offline. Program administrators negotiate top discounts with pharmacies and manufacturers on behalf of their users. We only include programs that are easy to use and have accurate prices. Note that pricing can fluctuate daily and varies by program and pharmacy chain.
You choose the best price from your RxLess search without having to provide any payment. The only payment you will make is at the pharmacy counter after showing the card. Always check the program price at the pharmacy counter as it may be lower than displayed.
The card can be used at any pharmacy and the price will be the same at all store locations within each chain. You can use the same pharmacy card for refills and future prescriptions or return to RxLess and check for best pricing. Your card will never expire and can be used by the entire family, your friends and for pet medications that have a human equivalent.
Yes! When the search price is lower than your insurance or other program, show the card at the pharmacy counter and save. Using a pharmacy savings program will not affect your insurance or eligibility in any way. If you do not have insurance, these programs will beat the pharmacy cash price the majority of the time. You can use a pharmacy savings program instead of and not in combination with any insurance, discount, or coupon.
Your privacy is very important to us. You do not have to provide any personal information to use a savings card on RxLess. If you do provide contact information, we will never sell your personal information. RxLess does not require registration or subscription.
Yes, your prescription medications can be purchased with a discount card from RxLess and paid with funds through your Health Savings Account (HSA). You may also be able to use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to purchase your medications; please check the terms of your FSA.
Generic medications cost less than brand name drugs but is the same as a brand-name medicine in dosage, ingredients, safety, effectiveness, strength, and stability, as well as in the way it is taken and should be used.
The FDA Generic Drugs Program conducts a rigorous review to make sure generic medicines meet these requirements. In addition, FDA conducts 3,500 inspections of manufacturing plants a year to ensure compliance with the agency's regulations on good manufacturing practices.
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