The Together Rx Access® Program was created by many of the nation's leading pharmaceutical
companies to help hardworking Americans and their families gain access to immediate and meaningful
savings on prescription products at their neighborhood
Most cardholders save 25 to 40 percent* on brand-name prescription products. Savings are also available on a wide range of generics.
Medicines in the Program include those used to treat
asthma, chronic pain, depression, diabetes, high cholesterol, and many other
The Complete Drug List
for an up-to-date listing of the brand-name prescription medicines and products included in the Program.
The Together Rx Access Card is FREE to use.
IMPORTANT PROGRAM INFORMATION
Together Rx Access is ending February 28, 2014.
Together Rx Access has conducted a thorough review of our cardholders’ needs and the ability of the Program to meet these needs going forward. Based on that review, we have determined that individuals and families who need help obtaining their prescription medicines may be better served by the health coverage options available through the Health Insurance Marketplace, expanded Medicaid programs in some states, or by individual company prescription assistance programs. As a result, Together Rx Access has ended enrollment in the Program.
To help our cardholders transition to other programs, they can continue to use their Together Rx Access Card at participating pharmacies until February 28, 2014. After this day, savings will no longer be available with the Together Rx Access Card.
We understand that you may need to find other ways to access your medicines after February 28, 2014. In Other Prescription Savings, you will find a list of several resources that may help you save on your prescription medicines, and also help you access healthcare services in general. We encourage you to explore your options so you can find a solution that is best for you.
The Together Rx Access Program is a prescription savings program. The Card
is not an insurance card and the Program is not
a form of insurance.
For more information, see our Frequently Asked Questions.
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