Free Prescription Discount Drug Card for Humans πŸ‘© or Pets 🐢

Free Prescription Drug Discount Card

If you missed the earlier free EpiPen replacement post, then definitely check that out. It's an amazing freebie that's still active if you can't afford an EpiPen.

In that post, I briefly mentioned how HIF has a brand new free prescription card that you can print out and start using immediately. It's a free drug card that helps people without health insurance afford their important medicine. You can print this page or bookmark it and start using it immediately!

Well, today I woke up to this alert.

Free Drug Card Discount

That's a $78 prescription bill that some Hiffer only paid $25 for! I have no idea who they are or what they bought, but the idea that I helped somebody knock 2/3 off their medicine bill puts a giant smile on my face.

If you don't have health insurance but still need medication, then all you have to do is print out a free drug card and take it to any participating pharmacist (CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Costco, most grocery chains, and thousands of independent retailers) to get a free discount on your prescription drugs.

How much are the free prescription savings?

Most savings are anywhere in the 10-30% range, but as you can tell from the example above, some drug discounts go as high as 85%!

I was even able to find some examples from earlier this year, where many common drugs were around 60% off.

Again, this discount drug card is only for Hiffers without health insurance, but it's 100% free and all you have to do is print out a card at home and take it to your nearest participating pharmacy the next time you need any medicine!

Multiple Ways to Save on Meds!

It's surprisingly easy to use the free drug card.

Each of these methods works, so take your pick!

Print It!

Print unlimited copies of this page (in black and white, no need for color!) to always have a copy. Keep a card in your car glove box, purse, wallet, etc. so you always have a free card when you need it!

You can also give printed cards to friends and family who qualify. There's no reason not to share the savings!

Save It!

Bookmark this page and show it on your phone to a pharmacist in person!

Again, you can share this link with friends and family via email, Facebook, or social media. They can show it to their pharmacist and if they qualify, start saving instantly!

Write It!

Write down the information on a slip of paper! There's only a few, small pieces of information in order for your pharmacist to save on both human and pet meds.

  • GROUP ID: NATIONAL01
  • MEMBER ID: NDC3497
  • BIN: 009893
  • PCN: ROIRX
App It!

Use the free app! It's available for both Apple iOS and Google Android.

Mail It!

If you do not have a printer or smartphone, request a single, free card via snail mail.

I will follow up with you via email, so please use your correct information!

Print a free pet drug card too!

It's not just us humans that need meds either! If you have a pet, you can also print out a free pet drug card! 🐶 🙀

Make sure you print this page or bookmark the link on a smartphone so you don't miss the savings!

I can't emphasize enough that this drug card isn't meant to replace health insurance, but instead help those without it. If any of you fall into that category, hopefully this will help you save a little money!

If you have experience with these, please share in the comments.

20 comments on “Free Prescription Discount Drug Card for Humans πŸ‘© or Pets 🐢”

  1. Recently I printed out a discount drug card. I was a little skeptical at first but I figured if it was truly free then I have nothing to lose. I went to CVS, gave them the card and they told me that I saved $28. I couldn’t believe it. My prescription was $62 to start with, so the fact that I almost saved half, was awesome. I have read many stories online about these cards not working or they had to pay a fee, but the drug card didn’t cost me a dime and it worked.

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  2. I researched drug discount cards for several months and now love them. You don’t have to give them any personal information, not even your name or email address. My card saves me $220 per month for the 3 prescriptions I take. Several of my friends use this card and their drugs cost them less than their insurance co-pay. You can even use their website to check prices at different pharmacies.

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  3. FYI-County health depts. have a prescription card you do not have to apply for and is not based on financial need -its usually right there on the counter so you just walk in and pick it up-no appointment necessary-if you don’t see it, ask for it and the next time you go to the pharmacy they will record it as your prescription insurance. My mother has medicare but never signed up for the prescription benefit due to the expense, so she uses this. The savings are substantial -she uses Wal-mart pharmacy so between their $4/10 prescriptions and this card her medication needs are met and she stays within her survivial budget.

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  4. Yep, it sure does work. I’ve had mine over a year now and it has never been turned down. For a person like me who has no insurance, it certainly helps. I’m able to get from 20 percent up to 40 percent off my prescriptions. No catch, no questions asked. I recommend getting this.

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  5. I have a card like this (saw it a while back on Montel), and it absolutely works. I printed out cards for myself, my wife, and my son and have saved tons over the years.

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  6. Yeah, I had a very similar experience with this card. It cut almost 50% off of my prescription cost, but the pharmacist gave me a funny look when I tried to use it.

    I don’t have any health insurance, so it worked very well. Has it worked for people with health insurance?

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  7. I have a card similar to this. It cut my RX exepnses by almost 70%. I don’t care how the pharmacist looks at me when I show it. As long as I get the discount.

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  8. I use one which is an absolute blessing. Due to the fact I am a diabetic and am currently in school I am not able to afford my insulin, there this program provides it for me at no cost. I have used the Walgreens card in the past which does work and saves you money are certain medications.

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  9. I live in an apartment and I get many freebies. They don’t always arrive right away of course. (I was even able to get the free knife!) Some times I wonder what the postman thinks when he delivers 3 or 4 that arrive at the same time. πŸ™‚

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  10. Ive recieved many freebies!!! Do you live at an apartment?? Maybe they wont deliver there or maybe your postman likes your freebie stuff and is keeping em. lol

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  11. This is really legit. I sent for it several months back thinking it may save me a few dollars. I had one prescription that cost me $79.99 and when I used the card it cost me just over $20.00!! I was pleasantly surprised to say the least. I do have insurance but, there are so many things that are no longer covered (sound familiar??) You can send for the card even if you are “underinsured”. Also, if you are on a medicine that your insurance WILL NOT COVER and if it is a financial burden for you to buy it-the Pharmaceutical companies WILL send the medicine to you.(after sending them proof of financial need, ofcourse.) The programs always say they are for the uninsured but they WILL help the underinsured also……. Just thought you’d like to know. Hope this helps someone.

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  12. Have recently (no insurance anymore!) used your pharmacy card at Rite Aid.
    Not much difference, but a little.
    And many pharmacies everywhere now seem to be offering certain generic drugs at “reduced” regular prices as competition as well as costs have increased.
    Whoopee!

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  13. You can also try looking for medicine help sites. I found one for my Mother that helps her get most of her medications for less than $50 every three months. I can not remember the site right now but you r doctor should know of any type of discount that you can get on a medication.

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  14. I have a discount card like the one you described. I use it at walmart all the time. Sometimes it pays others it does not, my pharmisist will tell me when I am better off not using it.

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  15. Thank you for posting this!
    I’ve always wondered who these work. I’ve never signed up for one because I’ve always worried about giving it to the pharmacy to have them look at me like I’m an idiot for believing some print out card would get me a discount, but comment #3 was really helpful!

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  16. I work in specialty pharmacy. Essentially almost every Pharmaceutical Company, Pharmacy Benefits Manager and RetailPharmacy Chain offers varied assistance programs. Some are in the form of a drug discount card like this one, others are things like copayment assistance or patient assistance programs for free drugs. The thing is that because of legal/regulatory issues (anti-kickback laws etc.), many of these companies do not promote the programs heavily. Some programs work like this where you just have to sign up get a card, go to the drug store and show it for a discount. Others you have to apply and demonstrate need – like providing household size and income information etc. A good tip though is patients on expensive medications (especially infusions, injectables etc.) should always ask about assistance for compayments, or if uninsured or your insurance won’t cover your drug – possibly free drug. Again some programs require that you demonstrate need, but some programs are as generous as 4 or 5 times the FPL (Federal Poverty Limits). There is a whole industry around compayment assistance etc. – see PSI (Patient Services Inc. I think), NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders), Healthwell Foundation etc.

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  17. We joined a similar sounding card through Walgreens. We have gotten discounts on prescriptions-it really works. It also racks up points for you on every Walgreen product you purchase – but only Walgreen brand products. you then eventually (after you gather the required points) get like a discount/gift card to use when buying Walgreens product. You cannot use this on prescriptions if you have insurance.

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  18. Wow this is a pretty nice offer. I would have to look into it a little more but if you called them and asked what they’re about, I guess it’s ok. It would be nice to use this in between the time I get new insurance. I think I’m going to ask my regular pharmacy if they’ve had patients with this card and how much the savings are.

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