You've probably heard of CVS Discount Pharmacy, a nationwide chain with over 6,200 stores. Like many of the other pharmacy chains in the United States, CVS offers you services to help you get better prices on your prescription medications. Its Benefits CheckUpRx program helps you find public and private programs that offer financial assistance and medical coverage. CVS also sells generic medications that can be much cheaper than its brand-name equivalents. Most importantly, CVS accepts pharmacy discount cards.

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Using Your Prescription Card at CVS Discount Pharmacy

PS Card negotiates with pharmacies like CVS to bring you discounted prices on all your medications. We make it easy to apply for a PS card, and everyone is eligible. Once you get your card, simply take it to your local pharmacy to get lower prices on over 14,000 drugs. The PS card works for both brand-name and generic medications, so you'll save money regardless of what type of drugs you buy.

The CVS Health Savings Pass

CVS offers its own pharmacy discount card, but you should b aware of the following issues:

  • This savings pass is only for people older than 50 years of age.
  • To join the savings program, you must pay a membership fee.
  • You can save up to 50 percent on your prescriptions, but in many cases your savings will be lower.

The PS Card is a completely free prescription drug program. You can sign up regardless of your age, saving on thousands of prescription medications.