Frequently Asked Questions
Drug prices differ by drug store and location, so it is always possible that your discount will be different than expected. To avoid any surprises, it’s always best to ask your pharmacist for the exact discount that you will receive before you purchase a prescription. If the discount is very different than what you expected, you may want to check with other pharmacies in your area.
No, this card is not accepted outside of the U.S. However, it is accepted at pharmacies in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
We have over 60,000 participating pharmacies in our discount network, including most national chain stores as well as local neighborhood pharmacies.
If your pharmacist isn’t familiar with our prescription drug discounts, please have him or her call the number on the back of the card. Our pharmacist helpline is open 24 hours a day and will assist your pharmacist with the simple process. This number is only available to pharmacists.
No, the EverybodyRX Card is not insurance, so everyone can use the card. There are no restrictions for pre-existing conditions, no claim forms, no background health checks, and no maximum benefit limitations.
No. However, you may qualify for free medications from state or federal pharmaceutical assistance programs depending on your income or disabilities. To see if you’re eligible for free medications, call the Partnership for Prescription Assistance at 1-888-477-2669 or visit them online at http://www.pparx.org/.
No, everyone in the family may use the same card for discounts on their prescription drugs.
Yes, if your pet has been prescribed a medication that is also prescribed to humans, you may receive a discount on the medication by using the EverybodyRX Card.
The EverybodyRX Card is a FREE pharmacy discount drug card powered by MedicareME.com that can help you save up to 70% on all your prescription medications. Simply present the card or a printout of your signup confirmation to the pharmacist to receive a discount on your prescriptions. There are other discount cards in the marketplace and you want to be certain to get your discount drug card from a reputable source for free. Some providers will claim up to 85% discounts which are possible with the EverybodyRX card but rarely achieved in today’s marketplace.
No, the EverybodyRX Card is not insurance, which is why the card is completely free. There are no claim forms to fill out and no limit to the number of times you can use the card. And there will never be any charges or hidden fees when you use the card.
Millions of people in the U.S. lack insurance coverage to purchase prescription medications. If you do not have insurance at all, or you have limited drug coverage, you may be paying high, out-of-network prices for your prescription drugs. The EverybodyRX Card will help you and your family save by providing discounts of up to 70% off the retail price of prescription medications.
Yes, the card can also help you save money by supplementing, or adding to, your existing coverage. Although you can’t use both cards together, you can ask the pharmacist to price all your prescriptions using our card and your insurance card—simply select the one that provides the lowest out-of-pocket cost to you. And even if you have a comprehensive insurance plan, you can benefit from the EverybodyRX Card by saving on drugs that are not covered by your plan.
Yes, you can use the EverybodyRX card anytime you need to purchase a prescription that is not covered by your Medicare prescription plan or any other insurance. However, you should carefully review these important limitations in order to get the most value from both a discount drug card and your Medicare prescription drug benefit.
If you can’t print the EverybodyRX Card, you can write down the member ID, GRP, BIN, and PCN information from your temporary card and take them to your pharmacist for the same exact savings. Most libraries provide Internet service and printers, so this is another option if you want to print the temporary card.