SingleCare: Prescription Drug Coupons & Discounts

Prescription drug prices are on the rise. Today, lifesaving medications could cost thousands of dollars. If you can’t afford your meds, use the SingleCare app to find coupons and save up to 80%. Whether it’s insulin or an asthma inhaler, you can find a free coupon for it here.

What is SingleCare?

You use coupons on groceries, clothing, and home goods—why not on prescriptions? Couponing applies at the pharmacy counter too, and SingleCare makes it easy. Our accurate drug pricing tool helps you find low prices on thousands of medications.

How does it work?
When a doctor prescribes a medication, search for your prescription on our website or app. Then, compare discounts at pharmacies near you. After you find the local pharmacy with the best price, show the Rx discount card to the pharmacist before you pay for your prescription. You’ll receive an instant discount on the retail price of the drug.

Who can use the SingleCare app?
All customers at participating pharmacies in the U.S. It doesn’t matter if you’re a doctor, nurse, patient, pharmacist—if you take medication, we have coupons for you.

How much does SingleCare cost?
SingleCare is 100% free. Whether you’re insured, underinsured, or uninsured, you qualify for a reduced rate on prescriptions with SingleCare. Unlike manufacturer rebates and patient assistance programs, there aren’t any strict eligibility requirements or limited-time offers.

Where can I use my pharmacy card?
SingleCare partners with more than 35,000 pharmacies nationwide. Simply enter your zip code on the app or website to find a participating pharmacy near you.

How do I get started?
To find your med, enter the drug name and your zip code to find the local pharmacy with the lowest price.

To get the best deal on every refill, ask your pharmacist to compare your cost with insurance coverage (called a copay) to your discount with SingleCare. One study showed that patients paid more for their prescriptions with insurance than without insurance 25% of the time. Stop overpaying for your prescriptions by using our free Rx coupons at a local drugstore.

More ways to save:

1. Ask for a prescription. In order to use our coupons, a medical professional must prescribe the medication. You can still save money on vitamins, natural health supplements, and over-the-counter medicine as long as you have a script for it!

2. Go generic. Generic meds are usually cheaper than brand names. To maximize your savings, ask your healthcare provider if a generic version of your prescription is available.

3. Buy in bulk. Fewer refills mean fewer copays. Fill a 90-day supply instead of a 30-day supply to save more in the long run.

4. Shop around. Search for the drug name and dosage on our app, and enter your zip code to compare prices at local pharmacies.

5. Use SingleCare Rx coupons. You can text, email, or save your Rx coupon from the app. Or simply show the app to your pharmacist at checkout to save up to 80% ASAP.

6. Reuse your coupon on every refill. Use the Drug Basket feature to save your prescription coupons for quick savings on future refills. Think of it as a virtual pillbox!

7. Sign up for free. You don’t have to create an account to use SingleCare, but if you sign up for our loyalty program, you’ll get an extra $5 on your next refill.

Join the millions saving billions with SingleCare!

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What's New

- Created a member center that allows users to check their member savings bonus balance and review historic transactions when logged in
- Improved drug search results to make it easier to find a drug
- Bug fixes
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Additional Information

June 10, 2020
Current Version
Requires Android
5.0 and up
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Singlecare, LLC
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