Monday, September 1, 2014 powered by RxCut® Review

This card is for prescription discounts.  It helps get you a little bit more off  and every little bit helps.  This is mostly for people without insurance.  I have insurance so I really got no use out of this card but it would be a really great help if I didn't have it.  For those that have medical issues and no insurance this card is for you.  It is accepted at most pharmacies. Interested? click below for more info!

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Product Description
Save up to 75% on your prescription medications with RxCut® Equalizer What is the Equalizer program and how can it help me? Using your FREE RxCut® Card guarantees every user the absolute lowest price possible; which EQUALS = their Insurance Copayment, the Pharmacy retail price or the RxCut® discount, whichever is less. Don’t be fooled into paying higher prices......always ask.....What’s my RxCut® price? If you don’t have Insurance use the card and save more!

How much of a discount will I get? The RxCut® Price on 21 out of the 25 most frequently processed generic drugs, for our members, has been lower than an insurance copay of $10 or more. Discounts vary depending on the medication and the pharmacy and typically range from 15% to 75%, with the largest savings coming from generic medications. The program has provided savings as high as 90%. By asking, “What’s my RxCut® Price?”, consumers are guaranteed they are always paying the lowest price possible. Where can I use the card? With over 54,000 participating pharmacies; it is simple to find a pharmacy that will accept the card.

All major chain pharmacies and most independent pharmacies throughout the United States and Puerto Rico are included in this program.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. Please note that people who have insurance with a co-pay usually pay less 7 out of 10 times using the savings card.


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