Frequently Asked Questions|
Once I create my card how do I use it?
Once your card is created you simply print out the card page and bring the printed page with you to the pharmacy. Once at the pharmacy please present them with the printed page. The card has your static identification number along with all of the PBM required pharmacy numbers. Your pharmacy will input your information into the computer where your permanent records will be kept. Once the information has been stored by your pharmacy you no longer need the card because your records are in the Pharmacy's computer. Each time you return to the pharmacy you will get the plan's appropriate discount. Store your card/printed page in a safe place. You are required to pay the pharmacy in full for your discounted price.
What if I change pharmacies?
When ever you change pharmacies or go to different pharmacy your new pharmacy must put your information in the computer. You have two options.
Does every member of my family need a card?
- The card/printed page you previously created should be stored in a safe place. Bring the printed page with you to the pharmacy. Once at the pharmacy please present them with this printed page. The card has your static identification number along with all of the PBM required pharmacy numbers. Your pharmacy will input your information into the computer where your permanent records will be kept. Once the information has been stored by your pharmacy you no longer need the card because your records are in the Pharmacy computer. Each time you return to the pharmacy you will get the plan's appropriate discount. Store your card/printed page in a safe place.
- Go back to the website and create a new card. If you have lost your card just create a new one. If you're traveling have the pharmacy go online and create a new card. You are never alone or without the ability to get your card and discount.
Yes, each family member needs to go back to the website and create a new card for each member of the family. However, other family members and friends may use your discount coupon card.
How much does this program cost me?
We provide you with the free YourRxCard.com coupon card at no cost. We provide this service to any and all Americans that wish to save on their prescription prices.
Which pharmacies can I go to?
We have over 57,000 participating major chains pharmacies and local pharmacies nationwide, please go back to the website and click on the "Pharmacy Locator".
What type of discount can I expect?
Discounts vary and can range anywhere from 0%-75% depending on the type of prescription, brand name, generic name and the location of the specific pharmacy. The discounts are based on the combined purchasing power of the millions of clients of our National Pharmacy Benefits Manager. (PBM)
Where can I find out the approximate cost of the prescription drugs?
Please go back to the How It Works page and click on the "Medication Pricing Tool"
Can I use this coupon/card with my current insurance? For High, deductibles or co pays and Rx exclusions, gaps formulary limitations and donut holes in my Rx coverage?
Generally "yes", but refer to your contract of insurance for specific answers.
YourRxCard produces the greatest discounts on generic drugs, up to 75% on some scripts. After you have satisfied the out of pocket payments of deductibles, your insurance policy should pick up the charges, but you must supply proof of expenses paid for the Rx. This also applies to name brand and mail order prescriptions. Generally speaking your insurance vendor or PBM should have a prescription claim form that has to be signed, completed, and submitted by mail from the insured to the insurance company. These claim forms are used for covered members who have lost their prescription rx card or forgotten their cards when they have purchased rx drugs. The insurance vendor is usually obligated by contract to pay the covered percentage (30 years ago this was the industry standard). In your RxCard's case, the expenses are usually less than what would normally be submitted by you. This should produce less expense to you, the customer, and less expense to the insurance company, which should produce a reimbursement payment of the prescription claim.
Only if your contract of insurance excludes out of "network purchases" would a purchase not be covered. So please refer to the contract of insurance and read the exclusions.
So again the answer is generally "yes"
Who Are We?
DAV is a non-profit Organization Helping Veterans for over 90 years. DAV has a membership of 1.2MM disabled veterans.
We could really use your help in helping our nation's brave men and women who have sacrificed so much for us!
By using this card, not only do you personally save up to 75% off your prescriptions, but for every prescription filled, $.50 is donated to DAV!
It will add up quickly...start saving today!