Health Care & Medication
SingleCare Prescription Savings Program
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The SingleCare card is free. There are no program guidelines you need to meet and you don't need to apply. The cards are available online at SingleCare for printing, as a free app, and through the mail.

All you need to do is show the Singlecare card to your pharmacist and ask for the best price. The Singlecare card provides an average savings of 39% on prescription medication costs. It covers all FDA-approved prescription medications and is accepted at more than 60,000 pharmacies nationwide.

SingleCare also provides a Drug Lookup Tool.

How do I get help?

You do not need to apply. All you need to do is go to SingleCare and print the card, get the card as a free app, or request that the card be sent through the mail. To receive savings, you must get your medication from a participating pharmacy.

Frequently Asked Questions

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