Q. If I Have Insurance How Can WiseRx Card Benefit Me?
A. If you are under insurance, having WiseRx Card may still be beneficial since there are insurance policies which limit drug discounts to only a specific set of prescriptions. Many other insurance policies have also been marked with high deductibles. In both cases, Wise Rx Prescription Discount Card can be used independently of insurance coverage and its limitations.Read more
Q. Why Don’t All Pharmacies Accept The WiseRx Card?
A. All chain pharmacies and most independent pharmacies have been given equal opportunity to serve you via this program. Pharmacies taking part in the program give you the discount and pay a small marketing fee to the pharmacy benefit management (PBM) company. Some smaller pharmacies choose not to take part in the program and do not honor WiseRx Card. You can use WiseRx Card with confidence at all major pharmacies and most regional pharmacies, who routinely accept WiseRx Card as a way to provide a service to their customers and to generate the additional business that WiseRx Card brings to their pharmacies.Read more
Q. Do prices vary among participating pharmacies?
A. Industry standards determine the discounted rate for prescription medications. In most instances, all participating pharmacies will offer the same low price. Rates are updated at least once a week so prices may vary depending on when you go to the pharmacy. From time-to-time, pharmacies may offer special sale prices for a limited time on selected drugs. These sale prices may be lower than the scheduled discount rates, in which case the WiseRx Card holder will pay only the lower sales price. We always encourage comparison shopping.Read more
Q. Does My Doctor Need To Know About WiseRx Card When Writing My Prescription?
A. No. This program will not affect the way you are cared for by your physician. You should, however, always consult with your doctor about saving money on prescription medications.Read more
Q. How will I know how much my medication will cost?
A. Prescription drug costs change regularly. You will need to give your WiseRx Card and your prescription to your pharmacist so it can be entered into the pharmacy’s computer to find out the cost of the medication. The participating pharmacy will give you the lowest (or best) price available at their pharmacy, whether it’s the WiseRx Card price or the in-store pharmacy price. If a brand name or generic drug is available through your participating pharmacy at a lower price than the scheduled price, you will pay only the lower of the two prices. Try ourDrug/Pharmacy look up toolRead more