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Question DetailsAsked on 7/8/2016

received rx card from singlecare. is it legit?

it just came in the mail. seeing if it is good

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Answered 4 years ago by Charlenebringlemoore


I would assume if you did not specifically request it, and it is not from or affiliated with your health insurance provider or employer or such, that it does them a whole lot more good than you - and you might end up paying MORE with it, pharmacies probably will not accept it if you have prescription drug coverage under a medical insurance plan, and you risk having your medical information sold by them.

Also, most of these are discount or membership type programs - NOT part of a legitimate health insurance plan, so use of it or membership almost certainly does not help fulfill the mandated coverage requirements of the ACA (Obamacare).

Below are links to a couple of similar questions with answers - some about similar plans with more detail on the risks, some about Singlecare.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD


Rega the Singlecare, Good RX, and USA Drug card , Healthtrans, I have used these free drug cards for YEARS and yes, they are legit, and yes, you can save. TON of money using them. I recommend downloading all of these cards because the negotiated prices between all of these providers and the pharmacy chains are different. . I have Medicare part D which IS insurance. I’m paying $29 per month, plus have to meet a deductible per year before they pay a dime. One of my prescriptions is $76 per month using my Medicare Insurance. Using Singlecare (which is FREE) the same prescription is $32 at Walmart and about $35 at CVS. My Doctor faxed a prescription for Sildenafil to Walgreens,?which my Insurance won’t cover, and they texted me a note that 60 pills would cost me $2,120. I got the prescription filled at CVS (30 pills) for $28 using the FREE Singlecare card.My wife was taking Generic Aricept and she didnt didn’t have prescription insurance.

Target didn’t have her discount drug card in file and charged $82 for a refill. The next day I had my USA drug card added to their records and received a $70 refund.

Paying cash cost $82, but with a free drug card the price dropped to $12, and the pharmacies receive ZERO REIMBURSEMENT from the discount drug card issuers.

You can download these free cards just by Googling Singlecare, GoodRX,?USA drug card etc.

Answered 2 years ago by KMacGardner

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