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“How to get discounts on prescription medication”


With everything that's going on in our health care system, you might be interested to learn that there's a free program that can help you save on your prescriptions.

Chez Cionne shares more about the Utah Drug Card.

The Utah Drug Card is FREE statewide discount prescription assistance program. The program was launched to help uninsured and underinsured residents afford their prescriptions.

Every resident of Utah is eligible to receive a prescription discount drug card.

Residents can also obtain cards at various health centers, hospitals, clinics, businesses, and other card distribution sites that are being set up across the state. The cards are accepted at more than 68,000 pharmacies across the country.

Residents can download a free card, search drug pricing, and locate participating pharmacies by visiting

What makes Utah Drug Card different from other prescription programs?

  • No forms to fill out to obtain a card
  • No restrictions to participate
  • No eligibility or income requirements/limitations
  • No waiting periods
  • No age restrictions
  • No exclusions
  • No health restrictions
  • No forms to file
  • No annual or lifetime limits
  • Open formulary so that both brand and generic medications are eligible for discounts
  • Confidentiality: No personal information will be sold, shared, or distributed

    WHAS 11 ABC

    “City of Jeffersonville works with Indiana Drug Card to help Hoosiers with prescription costs”


    The City of Jeffersonville has enrolled in a program helping Hoosiers with their prescription drugs.

    The city has partnered with Indiana Drug Card to offer a discount prescription card to anyone living or working in Clark County. The cards are sponsored by drug companies and the participating pharmacies. There are more than 56,000 pharmacies accepting the cards nationwide.

    The cards offer an average savings of 30 percent, but some prescriptions are discounted as much as 75 percent.

    The cards can be printed out online at the City of Jeffersonville's website, or they can be picked up at City Hall and all five fire departments. You do not have to use your name on the card, just a telephone number. If you do have insurance, you cannot get a discount on medicines that your insurance covers, but you can use them for ones that are not covered.

    KTXL FOX-40

    “California Rx Card saves California Millions of dollars in prescription discount benefits”


    Good Day Xtra

    “Healthwatch: Georgia Drug Card Available Now”


    Nearly 20 percent of all Georgians have no health insurance, and many don't have prescription drug coverage. But, a new card may help you get a break at the pharmacy. Health Watch reporter Beth Galvin dropped by Good Day Xtra to tell us all about it.

    ABC 20 News Channel

    “New Prescription Drug Program Launched”


    Pharmacists and pharmaceutical companies are funding the Illinois Rx Drug Program.

    WLOX ABC-13

    “Mississippi Drug Card brings savings to Mississippi Residents”



    “Save on Prescriptions with Tennessee Drug Card”


    FOX 5 Atlanta

    “Georgia Drug Card Now Available to Georgia Residents”


    WTHI CBS 10

    “Free pharmacy discount card for Hoosiers”


    WPRI 12

    “Rhode Island Rx Card Brings Prescription Savings to RI Residents”


    KCAL 9

    “...saving millions on high priced prescription drugs”