Raul L., FL
I was prescribed Clomiphene Citrate, which isn't covered by my insurance. I went to my local CVS pharmacist, who told me the retail price would be $162. I did a search online with my discount card and found a pharmacy two doors down selling it for $72.
Robin L., ID
I went to fill an antibiotics prescription for my daughter, and the pharmacist told me it was going to be $94. I then showed my discount card and only paid $12.62. It was a great feeling being able to fill the full prescription with no worries.
I am presently unemployed and have no insurance, and I do not qualify for any type of aid. An emergency recently placed me in the hospital and when I got out, I needed medication for my illness. I remembered that I had your card in my wallet so I took it to Walmart when the prescriptions were filled. Imagine my surprise when the price was approximately 50% of the original asking price. This was a tremendous help now that I'm facing a huge hospital bill!