Anyone know of an affordable insurance or discount card for rx's for someone with health probs.?
I can't qualify for most insurances because of heart disease and other health problems. Even if it just covers prescriptions alone or discounts them, that would work. It has to be affordable, because my husband is still looking for work and our insurance from his old job has expired. I have alot of meds I have to take for blood pressure, cholesterol, blood thinners, etc. because of heart disease. We live in Texas.
You can contact a company called Ameriplan. I had an email from them to try to get me to sell for them. They are a discount plan, and sound very reputable.
If you don't mind taking generics. Go to Walgreens, they have a Prescription Savings Club Plan. The plan is $20 a year for individuals, $35 a year for couples or families. They have a list of generics where you can pay as low as $1 a week. If the medication is not on the list you will at least get a discount. Go to walgreens.com and find the nearest Walgreens then bring them a list of your medications and they'll be able to tell you how much money you'll save under the plan.
Walmart has very low cost drugs. They have over 350 different drugs on discount. Refer to my hub on how to save money on health care services. Please also feel free to ask anytime.
You can visit www.lowercostdrugs.com to print out a Free Drug Card that will save you an average of 55% on Generic Drugs and 15% on Brand Name Drugs. The card is excepted at 80 % of pharmacies including most of the majors like WalMart, CVS, Rite Aid, Target, Costsco, Walgreens and more. The company has the highest Better Business Bureau rating available. The card is totally free, has no expiration date and can be used by your entire family.
Have to disagree with fantasy wild. I've looked into Ameriplan, and know people who got involved with it, both as customers and sales reps. Nothing but bad news. The company even had their membership in the Dallas Better Business Bureau revoked a few years ago, so look before you leap.
Sorry that you think Ameriplan is bad. I have been with this company and it has great things and my team is making a income and having a great saving with there plans maybe the people that worked with AmeriPlan they maybe did really work the business? and maybe they didnt try there benefits stuff. I have been with this great company for 2 1/2 years and lovin it!!! everybody has there own say.
Oh the dreaded prescription problem...$$$!
I just finished a related hub for people who have prescriptions costs. I put the links there, but the names of the sites you can check out are: RX Hope, Partnership for Prescription Assistance and Needy Meds. Depending on your income or situation, you can even get certain meds for free, so they're worth checking out.
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