The National Prescription Savings Network (NPSN) card lowers the cost of prescription medications not covered by insurance for all people living in the United States.
This free card can save you and your family up to 75% on all FDA-approved prescription medications at over 62,000 U.S. pharmacies. Over 10,000,000 cardholders have saved more than $1,000,000,000 with this free and easy-to-use benefit.
Save on All Your Prescriptions in 3 Easy Steps:
1. Bring Your Card to Your Favorite Pharmacy
2. Show Your Card to Your Pharmacist Every Time You Fill Your Prescription
3. Save Up to 75% on Your Prescription Medication
- Rite Aid
Save on all FDA-approved prescriptions, including those used to treat:
- Colds & Flu
- Heart Disease
- High Cholesterol
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
Frequently Asked Questions
- Does it Cost anything to use the card?
No, the card is free. There will never be any fees associated with this card.
- How much do I save?
Prescription medication savings can be as high as 75% off. With the NPSN card, the average family saves $300 per year on their prescription medications.
- Who is entitled to use this prescription discount card?
Anyone living in the United States can take advantage of the savings provided by this discount card. No one can be denied because of age, medical history, residency status or frequency of use.
- Can anyone in my family use this card?
Yes. You can use this card for all family members.
- Is my privacy protected?
Yes. Your privacy is protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), a federal law with which NPSN is compliant. We will never rent or sell any of your personal information to a third party.
- I already have insurance that covers my prescription drugs. How can this prescription card benefit me?
If you have insurance, you should bring both your insurance card and this prescription discount card to your pharmacist and ask which gives you the better discount. This prescription card could save you money if:
– The drug is not covered under your insurance plan
– You have exceeded your coverage maximum such that all future prescription costs in the plan year must be paid at 100%
– You have a high annual deductible that you don’t believe you will reach given a low monthly prescription drug expense (e.g. $500 deductible with a monthly drug cost of $15)
– You have a high co-pay which exceeds the cost of the prescription if you used the card (e.g. $25 co-pay for all prescriptions but a drug that is $12 when the card is used vs. insurance)
- Can I download the card and show it to the pharmacist?
Yes, there is a unique URL – http://npsn.com/hfcu – where you can go to order or download more cards for friends and family. You can also take a picture of the card and show it to your pharmacist.