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Medicare Part D Free Discount Prescription Cards

How can the SuperRx Prescription Drug Discount Card help me?

Many Medicare recipients can also benefit from our free drug discount card.

Nearly 38% of Medicare recipients lack prescription drug coverage. If you are one of these, you will greatly benefit from our free prescription card. Even if you have Medicare Part D prescription coverage, you might still benefit from the SuperRxcard. Medicare Part D will not pay for certain commonly prescribed medications. Specifically excluded medication groups include many anti-seizure and anti-anxiety medications including: Barbiturates like Secobarbital (Seconal), Phenobarbital (Luminal), Phenobarbital (Nembutal) and Amobarbital (Amytal) ,as well as, Benzodiazepines – such as, Xanax, Valium, Ativan, Klonopin etc. Most minerals and vitamins are also excluded from your coverage.

Additionally, many Medicare recipients are in plans that have a gap in coverage, aka the “Donut Hole” and most plans have a deductible. Deductibles and gaps in Medicare Part D coverage can cost some recipients $100’s per year in extra medical expenses. If you are a Medicare recipient, we recommend you print a free prescription discount card for yourself and tell your friends about it, then take yours to your pharmacist where he will determine if our card saves you any money. What do you have to lose with a free drug card? You could possibly begin saving hundreds of dollars per year simply by using the SuperRxcard free prescription drug discount card.

Prescription Assistance Programs Can Help Medicare Recipients

When you are on Medicare there are a lot of different options for prescription drug coverage. Since it can be very confusing to try and choose the right program for you, many people have ended up without adequate coverage for their medications. If you are on Medicare and don’t have part D insurance, a free discount prescription card could help you better afford your medications. Discount cards are not a substitute for insurance, but they can help bridge the gap of prescription coverage by discounting medications that are not covered by the insurance.

Donut Hole Coverage

There can be a whole lot of beneficial and needed prescription medications and supplements that are not covered by Medicare, either because of the dictates of the particular insurance or because certain medications and vitamins simply are not covered at all. Minerals and vitamins in particular tend not to be covered by most insurance programs, but are often prescribed by doctors for the treatment of a number of conditions. This is where a great discount card can help you pay less at the pharmacy cash register. Anytime you medication is not covered by your insurance, you can see if it qualifies for a discount with your prescription card.

Using Free Prescription Discount Cards

Discount cards are relatively simple to use. There are no eligibility requirements, fees, waiting periods or health questions. All you need to do is enter your name and print out the card. If you don’t have a printer available, you can note down the information listed on the card. Once you have the card or the information present it to your pharmacist the next time you go to pick up your medications. It’s a good idea to have the pharmacy keep the card on file so you can be given any available discounts automatically.

Pharmacy Participation

If your pharmacy doesn’t participate in a prescription assistance program, chances are good that another one close to you will. There are over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide who will accept prescription discount cards, including all of the major chains. Wal-Mart, Walgreens, CVS, and Eckerd’s Pharmacy all accept this discount card as do thousands of other local pharmacies around the country. To get a list of participating pharmacies, you can use the pharmacy lookup tool at There you can enter your zip code and find a list of every participating pharmacy in your area.

Generate your free discount card by simply entering your name into the form. There are no gimmicks, and the card is absolutely free to anyone. We even have a pharmacy locator so you can find out if your pharmacy participates in this amazing program. you are interested in a medication discount card that can act like a CVS prescription card, a Wal-Mart drug discount card, and more at the same time, sign up for a Super Rx Card today.

You can find substantial savings at over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide including Wal-Mart, CVS, Walgreens, and Eckerd’s.

If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-877-321-6755 today!

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