frequently asked questions
Absolutely! Your prescription discounts are available to the buyer at the time of purchase, whether the prescription is in your name or not.
Rxduced is honored at over 35,000 pharmacies nationwide, including CVS, Target, Longs Drugs, Walmart, Kroger, Fry’s, Harris Teeter, Walgreens, Duane Reade, and many more. The app will show you which pharmacies near you are participating.
Nope. Never. It’s 100% free to download and use.
No. Rxduced is not insurance. There is no plan, and no commitment. It is simply a way to get discount pricing on prescriptions.
The deep discounts offered by Rxduced are not available in addition to your insurance co-pay. So you will need to use either your insurance or Rxduced to pay for your prescriptions. Often, but not always, Rxduced will be the less expensive option. Check the app to be sure.
No, but they can. Rxduced does not work with insurance companies, so you will have to inform your provider of any purchases you make with Rxduced if you want them to contribute to your deductible. Contact your provider for more information.
Drug prices change frequently. So Rxduced can’t promise the same price every time. But the app will always show the best prices that are available near you.
Yes, but only if they are prescribed by a physician. So if you ask your doctor for a prescription for an OTC medication, you can use Rxduced to save money on purchasing it.
Never pay full price for your prescriptions again.
Rxduced is not insurance. Prescription savings vary by prescription and by pharmacy and may reach up to 80% off cash price.