Even if you have health insurance, finding low cost medicine may still be important to you. Many health insurance plans don't cover all medications. This might be because a medicine is new on the market, considered experimental or because the insurance company believes a cheaper alternative is available. If your doctor prescribes something to you that your insurance won't pay for, you may find yourself looking for ways to get that medicine at a lower cost.

In order to find and obtain low cost medicine, there are several steps you should take. These steps are:

  • Find a local pharmacy that accepts the PS Card. You can search for these pharmacies online using our search tool.
  • Comparison shop among the local pharmacies that accept the PS Card to find the one with the cheapest price for your prescription.
  • Ask your doctor or pharmacist if a low cost generic version of your medicine is available.
  • Print out a PS Card from this website.
  • Take the PS Card to the pharmacy of your choice to get discounts of as much as 50 percent on prescription drugs.

Low Cost Medicine Is Within Your Reach

With the PS Card, low cost medicine is never far away. Our network of participating pharmacies is extensive, encompassing thousands of locations across the nation. The chance that your favorite pharmacy accepts the card is relatively high.

Even if your pharmacy isn't part of our network yet, it can easily join. Let us know, and we'll issue that pharmacy an invitation to team up with us. Pharmacists love to be a part of our network, because it enables them to really help their customers and ensures a steady flow of business.