FAQs for USAMedSaver

How much money does you discount drug card cost?
The USAMEDSAVER.com free discount drug card is completely free.

How do I use your discount drug card?
Just print it out and present it to the pharmacist at time of checkout. If your medication qualifies for a discount, the savings will be applied instantly.

How much can I save with this free discount drug card? Savings vary according to pharmacy, location and type of medication. Although the USAMEDSAVER card can save people up to 80% off, some people have saved as much as 93%.

Where is the discount card accepted?
The USAMEDSAVER free discount drug card is accepted at over 60,000 pharmacies across the U.S.

Can I use the card on both prescription and OTC medications?
No, the USAMEDSAVER.com discount drug card can only be used on prescription medications.

I have insurance. Can I still use the card to get a discount on my medication?
The USAMEDSAVER.com free discount drug card can be used if your insurance plan does NOT cover the medication you need to purchase.
If you have insurance with a high deductible, you can use the USAMedSaver free discount drug card for purchases made before your deductible is met.
If you are in the Medicare donut hole, you can use the USAMedSaver free discount drug card to save on your purchases.

Can the USAMEDSAVER free discount drug card be used on both generic medications and brand name medication?
Yes. Generic medications usually offer a greater savings than brand name medications do.

What if I have a question about how your card works?
There is a toll free number on the card that consumers can call to get their questions answered.

What if the pharmacy has a question about the card?
There is also a toll free phone number on the card that the pharmacies can call.

Does the card need to be activated?
No it does not. Just print out the USAMEDSAVER discount drug card, bring it to the pharmacy and redeem it for savings.

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