It's possible to obtain a significant discount on prescription medication for high blood pressure. This is good news for anyone suffering from this common chronic condition, especially if the patient doesn't have health insurance or falls into the Medicare Part D "donut hole." As anyone who has taken high blood pressure medication knows, it's not cheap to keep the condition in check.

Prescription prices for high blood pressure medications range from around $10 for a month's supply of Atenolol to more than $50 for a month's supply of Prazosin. For someone on a tight budget, these prices can be cost-prohibitive. People have been known to go without the medications they need because they simply cannot afford them. In a wealthy nation like the United States, this is simply unacceptable.

Get Your Own Discount Prescription Medicine

The solution to high drug prices is the PS Card. The PS Card is a discount pharmacy card that can be used to realize substantial savings at over 56,000 pharmacies across the nation. We've negotiated cash volume discounts with the pharmacies in our network, enabling our card-holders to enjoy an average savings of up to 50 percent off nearly all 14,000 prescription drugs available in the United States. Most local pharmacies accept the PS Card, and nearly every national chain does as well. Check our website to find out if your pharmacy is part of our network.

You can start using the PS Card right away to obtain discounts on prescription drugs. Simply print out your own card from our website. Because the card is free and available to everyone, you can also print out a card for everyone in your family.