Stop Paying Too Much For Prescriptions
We find ways to make medicine affordable.
Call us at (800) 877-0337 to find out the price of your medication.
Call us at (800) 877-0337 to find
out the price of your medication.
DRUG PRICES ARE TOO HIGH AND WE WANT TO HELP
At Drug Mart, our team strives every day to provide reliable, accurate and trustworthy information about prescription drugs and health. We value the trust that you have put in us and we will do everything possible to make sure you receive the medication you need at a price you can afford.
Our service and prescription delivery are free. You’re only responsible for:
- Your insurance copay or any out-of-pocket expenses (if applicable).
- Any vitamins and over-the-counter medications you add to your service.
- Drug Mart Pharmacy is a preferred in-network provider for most insurance plans. That means, you’ll pay a lower copay at our pharmacy.
- We’ll find you any discounts we can to lower your copay. This includes finding manufacturer coupons, helping you enroll in patient assistance programs and utilizing our resources to match the lowest available price.
- Drug Mart will find you any discounts we can to lower the cost of your medicine. This includes drug coupons, loyalty card program, prescription price matching, and our exclusive contracts with medical offices that provide medications at deeply discounted rates.
- We offer over 400 generic medications for only $4 through our Loyalty Program.
- Our staff is trained to enroll patients if they qualify for prescription drug savings in federal or state funded programs as well as manufacturer and private foundations.
- Drug Mart accepts all payment options including credit card, debit card, or HSA/FSA card.
- We will accept payment from a patient assistance foundation or third party if you qualify.
- We gladly accept worker’s compensation and auto accident insurance to cover your claims.
- How much should I be paying for my medication?
- How much can Drug Mart help me save on prescription cost?
- I have insurance, why should I care how much the medication costs?
How to Save Money on Medicines
In certain cases, you might find that the price you would pay without insurance is less than your copay. For example, the diabetes medication metformin sells for just $4 for a 30-day supply, or $10 for a 90-day supply, while a copay for a month’s worth averages around $11. One caution: If you don’t use insurance, money spent on your medication won’t count toward your deductible or co-pays.
If you opt to pay out-of-pocket for your medications, know that prices vary wildly within the same ZIP codes when pricing a sample market basket of drugs. In a recent national survey of more than 2,000 Americans, 22 percent of people who had recently experienced price increases in the cost of their prescription drugs said they had started to shop around for better deals.
Because pharmacies might automatically process prescriptions through insurance, you probably won’t be offered cash discounts unless you ask about them. At Drug Mart Pharmacy, we routinely provide our patients with pricing information so they can make an informed decision to save money on their medications.
Many insurance plans require you to pay only one or two co-pays instead of three for a 90-day supply, so it’s worth asking your doctor and pharmacist for a three-month prescription for medications you take on a regular, ongoing basis. For those paying cash, Drug Mart Pharmacy will charge you less when you purchase several months’ worth, so be sure to inquire.
You can search the name of the medication you take online and find coupons from pharmaceutical manufacturers. At Drug Mart Pharmacy, we take it upon ourselves to find these discounts for you.
Good to know. Use a pharmacy only if it displays the Legitscript.com seal, indicating completion of a voluntary accreditation program through the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. Also use only pharmacies based in the US. Drug Mart Pharmacy is accredited and licensed in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.