WASHINGTON, Dec. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- If you are looking for the best way to save money on your prescription drugs then FREEDRUGCARD.US is your best option. The free prescription assistance drug card program is sponsored by a non-profit organization and was launched to help all Americans lower the cost of prescription drugs. This program is open to all Americans and there is no enrollment required and no restrictions to access the prescription assistance program.
FREEDRUGCARD.US has just launched a new Rx savings program dedicated to helping people that are prescribed medications not covered by insurance. Drug coupons are the best way to save on non-covered drugs and they are now available to be printed online at www.freedrugcard.us/drug-coupon.html.There is no cost to print these Rx coupons for non-covered prescriptions. Almost all insurance plans (HMO, PPO, Medicare Part D, etc.) have a non-formulary list that identifies the drugs they don't cover.
The most common non-formulary medications include drugs for weight loss, birth control, smoking cessation, fertility, sexual dysfunction, growth hormones, and many others. Most plans will require that you pay full price for these prescriptions. You can use coupons to get discounts for these medications. Drug coupons are available for discounts on Phentermine, Viagra, Adderal, Sertraline, Adipex, Alprazolam, Lorazepam, Tramadol, Paroxepine, Yasmin, Zenlafaxine, Ortho tri cyclen, and many more.
FREEDRUGCARD.US also offers a free discount drug card that can be used to get a discount on almost all Brand and Generic medications. This discount prescription card can be used at more than 54,000 national and regional pharmacies to receive up to 75% off prescription drugs (savings average roughly 30%). This card provides the lowest price on drugs like Chantix, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Tamiflu, Lipitor, Toprol, Norvasc, Synthroid, Lexapro, Nexium, Singulair, Prevacid, Ambien, Zoloft, Advair, and most drugs dispensed at retail pharmacies. You can download a free discount drug card by visiting www.freedrugcard.us.
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