Donna H. Doesn’t Have Insurance, But Saves $100 A Month On Her And Her Husband’s Medication.
Without this discount card, my husband and I would not be able to afford several medications. We are on a fixed income, he is on disability with only Medicare, and I have no insurance whatsoever. This plan allowed us to get our medications with a savings of over $100 a month. Whenever I have a question I call Wise Rx Discount Card and get a correct, quick response. I then called and put my mother on this discount card plan and she is so pleased. Otherwise we would have to do without these medications. Thank you so much. I know this discount card would help a lot of people that would otherwise go without. Could mean life or death for them.
Sarah T. Has Health Insurance But Still Saves Over $6000 A Year With Her Wise Prescription Discount.
Between my husband and me, we have 10 prescriptions that we purchase from our Target store. Target runs each prescription through my private medical plan, my husband’s Medicare plan, Target’s cash plan, and Wise Rx Discount Card. Of the 10 prescriptions Wise Rx Discount Card, 4 are priced lower through Wise Rx Discount Card. On those 4 prescriptions alone, we save over $523. With as many Rx’s as we have, it’s nice to be able to save this amount of money.
Lucille B. Saves between $150 and $250 a Month.
I have no health insurance and have found the WiseRx discount card to be very beneficial. My friend told me about it and between all of my medications I save $150 to $250 a month. I got my daughter to use the card and now she saves $12/month. She is very pleased with it, and thinks it has been a blessing.
Tina Saved Over 36% On Her Prescription!
Tina, a new member Wise Rx Discount Card, went to her pharmacy to have a prescription filled but forgot her card. She paid $27.64 for her prescription. She received the follow-up courtesy call from Wise Rx Discount Card, who advised her to contact the pharmacy and ask them to resubmit the prescription information. Tina did this, and the pharmacy was able to refund $10.61, which lowered her prescription cost to $17.03.