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Are you overpaying for your medications?

The SlashRx pharmacy discount program provides savings of up to 87% off retail prices at all major chains and most independent pharmacies nationwide.

How does SlashRx do it? Our tremendous volume gives us the leverage to negotiate with pharmacies the lowest possible prices on all FDA approved mediations. Even if you have prescription benefits the SlashRx price may be lower than your insurance.

The Program Highlights

  • Absolutely FREE to use
  • No enrollment or personal information required
  • Everyone is eligible
  • Works on all FDA approved medications
  • Works at 67,000+ pharmacies nationwide
  • Works at retail pharmacies for pet medications that have a human equivalent
  • Works for insured, uninsured and underinsured
  • Never expires
  • Multiple ways to get your free card (text, email, print, download, or receive through the mail)
  • Good for multiple uses unlike single use coupons

Get The Lowest Price

Simply use our pricing tool to find the best price for your medications at local pharmacies, then print, text, or save your free card and start slashing now!

Recent Member Savings

Medication Count Savings
LANTUS SOLOSTAR 100 UNIT/ML 6 $53.65 23%
DICLOFENAC SOD DR 50 MG TAB 60 $61.81 80%
ESTRADIOL 2 MG TABLET 90 $35.17 72%
GABAPENTIN 300 MG CAPSULE 90 $56.67 80%

Your card is accepted at all major chains as well as most independent pharmacies.

“On Father's Day at my brother's house, his caretaker was there and she told a story of her mother who is being taken care of by a number of brothers and sisters of hers. Each month they get together to pay for her prescriptions. They pay about $260. So they were talking about how they had to get the money together and were waiting for a couple of the relatives to put their money up for this tremendous bill. When she took the card to the pharmacy and got the bill back, it was $116.”

Donald Hackney, Philadelphia, PA

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