Prescription Medication Price Comparison App | Pharmacy Members Program Updated

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( — August 2, 2022) —

Carecard (866-410-1217), a prescription price comparison platform, has updated its services to make medication more budget-friendly for its users.

The updated prescription medication price comparison platform shows individuals how much their medication would cost at various local pharmacies. The platform can also be used to compare costs for pet medication.

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Carecard’s membership is now accepted at over 45,000 pharmacies across the United States including CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Albertsons, Costco, Publix, Kroger, and Walmart. The company informs that medicine costs vary depending on the pharmacy, but with the membership, users can unlock the lowest prices no matter where they get their medication.

Recent research reveals that the costs of prescription drugs have risen by 2.5% since the start of the global pandemic. When compared to prices in 2014, the overall costs have increased by a total of 35%, while the costs for other products and services have only risen by 19%. Statistics show that due to low wages, approximately one-third of Americans aren’t purchasing the prescription drugs they need.

On the company’s website, users will be able to browse for their desired medication, compare the prices across a range of pharmacies near them, and get coupons to help make their medication more affordable. These coupons can then be printed, sent via email address, or sent by text message.

The user will simply need to bring a physical or digital copy of their coupon and show their pharmacist. The new price will then be applied automatically.

About The Company

Carecard was established to make prescription medication affordable for all Americans, regardless of their earnings or insurance. The company partners with pharmacies, doctors, non-profit organizations, community leaders, and small businesses nationwide and currently has over 250,000 active card users.

The company also has its own mobile app, under the name Carecard Prescription Savings. This app can be downloaded on both Android and iOS devices. With it, users can discover coupons on the go and show them to their pharmacists directly through the app.

A satisfied user said: “I love Carecard. I have insurance and I even saved $119 on one prescription. I took the coupon I printed from the Carecard website to Walgreens, and they filled it with no problem.”

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