How It Works
Using the plan is simple. Just present your card at the pharmacy and save immediately! Our network includes over 98% of the pharmacies nationwide including Puerto Rico, featuring: CVS, Wal-Mart, Eckerd, Walgreen’s and most other chains. You can even do an online search for pharmacies in your area.
You save money because our member’s price is a reduction from the Average Wholesale Price (AWP), not the Average Retail Price.
The LibertyRx Prescription Plan saves you money because select drugs are available to you at tiered fees of $10, $20, or $50 and almost every other drug has a specially negotiated price that is guaranteed to be the lowest possible price.
Access the Canadian Pharmacy for real savings on maintenance (drugs you take frequently or daily) medications. You can enroll online to get started!
How can I keep my prescription drug costs down?
The use of generic prescription drugs, whenever available, is most cost effective. Don’t be shy – discuss your prescription options with your doctor. Ask whether an alternative, less expensive option would work for your condition.
What does special negotiated price mean?
We have negotiated the lowest price possible on a nationwide basis with pharmacy retailers. Additionally, we have arranged for you to receive a greater savings by giving you, the member, the benefit of the payment that the drug company would normally give the PBM. By passing that payment on to our members in the form of savings off your prescription price, you get the best price.
What happens if my local retail pharmacy’s advertised price is less than the negotiated network price?
Drug prices change weekly and a pharmacy can set their prices lower or higher than the AWP. A pharmacy could sell a drug below AWP, called a loss leader, to attract business. Those lower prices rarely last long. Be sure you pay the lowest, advertised price.
How can I tell if my prescription has been processed under my membership?
An electronically processed prescription will have a Claim Reference Number on the receipt or label. This is your assurance that you have received the lowest possible price.
What can I do if a pharmacy will not honor my Prescription Card?
The card is accepted at over 98% of pharmacies throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. The network includes pharmacy chains as well as thousands of independent pharmacies throughout the country. Pharmacy location information can be obtained by contacting our customer service department. If a neighborhood pharmacy is not already participating in our network, please have them call us. We will send them information about how they can participate in the network so that you can take advantage of the savings as soon as possible. In the mean time, you can transfer your prescription to a participating pharmacy.
What prescription quantity can I get?
Normally, prescriptions are written in 14 to 30 day supplies. You can verify the Tier that a particular drug dosage and quantity is under using the Search Drugs option. Quantities of drugs are limited per purchase. If you take maintenance prescriptions it will be to your advantage to choose the Canadian Pharmacy.
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