How it works
Locate the prescription medicines you need at the savings you love. ScriptSave WellRx can provide instant savings at the register on brand-name and generic prescriptions. Use the card to save on prescription medications for the entire family.
Get a ScriptSave WellRx Savings Card by visiting https://www.wellrx.com/ or download the free MyROK mobile app from the App Store or Google Play Store.
If you choose to get a Prescription Discount Card to receive your prescription discount, you will show your card each time you fill or refill a prescription. Savings average 45% per prescription, with potential savings of up to 75% and all prescription medications are eligible for savings.
If you choose to not use a Prescription Discount Card, you can download the free mobile app to locate the nearby pharmacies with the greatest savings and you can use the app to get instant prescription discounts.
ACCEPTED AT OVER 62,000 PHARMACIES
Frequently Asked Questions
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Step 1: Download the mobile app or click Get Card on the website.
Step 2: Search for the lowest priced prescription medications near you.
Step 3: Show your savings card at the pharmacy each time you ﬁll or reﬁll a It’s that easy! There is no paperwork to complete and no limit on usage.
- If you do not have health insurance, use your ScriptSave WellRx card for any brand name or generic prescriptions you or your household members pay for out-of-pocket.
- If you have health insurance coverage, use your ScriptSave WellRx card for any prescriptions that are not covered by your insurance plan or for family members not covered by insurance.
- If you have Medicare and are enrolled in a Medicare Part D plan, use your ScriptSave WellRx card for any prescriptions that are excluded by Medicare Part D law.
- If you have Medicare and decide not to enroll in Medicare Part D – you can save money instantly with a ScriptSave WellRx card! There are no age or income restrictions.
Savings average 45% with potential savings of up to 80%.* Savings vary based upon the medication and the pharmacy you choose to use.
*Average and up to savings percentages are based on all discounted prescriptions that were run through the WellRx program in 2015. Discount percentages represent savings provided off of pharmacies’ retail prices for consumers who do not have a discount program and pay cash.
ScriptSave WellRx is accepted at 62,000 participating chain and independent retail pharmacies nationwide, so there’s likely a participating pharmacy nearby. Chances are, the pharmacy you use now participates. On the website and app, you can ﬁnd a participating pharmacy near you by entering the prescription medication you wish to price.
Attention Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacy customers! Recently, Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies updated their pharmacy computer systems. Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacists may require you to show your ScriptSave WellRx card again.
To assist you in managing this update, please show your ScriptSave WellRx card to the pharmacist each time you ﬁll or reﬁll a prescription.
If you are using a participating pharmacy, our customer service representatives will be happy to assist the pharmacy with processing. To speak to a representative, call 1-800-700-3957.
We know that with today’s hectic lifestyles, things get misplaced. Don’t worry. We’ve made it easy to replace your ScriptSave WellRx card.
If you are a registered user: Sign in on the website and click the Savings Card link. You will be directed to the savings card page where your information will populate on the card. You can then text, print or email the card.
If you are not a registered user: Click the Get Card link on the website and complete the enrollment fields using the same information you initially used to get your savings card. Your card information will be retrieved and you will be able to text, print or email the card.
And don’t worry if your card is stolen; there is no way anyone can obtain confidential information through the use of your card. You can also download the ScriptSave WellRx mobile app so that you always have your card handy.
Yes. Many drugs for pets are also human drugs. Ask your veterinarian if there is a human equivalent and dosage for your pet. If so, your vet can write a prescription to be filled with your ScriptSave WellRx savings card at most of our participating pharmacies.
Your card is good for prescription medicine savings at 62,000 pharmacies nationwide. Registered ScriptSave WellRx users have access to many convenient features that make their cards even more valuable, and we’re working on adding even more features to our website in the future. Register today! It’s easy and free. If you do not wish to register, no problem. Simply download your ScriptSave WellRx app or card, locate the lowest price for your drug, then present the card at any of the thousands of participating pharmacies nationwide and receive your instant savings. It’s that easy! There is no paperwork to complete and no limit on usage. Remember to show your card to the pharmacist each time you fill or refill a prescription.
You may have received an invite code from one of our program partners. Invite codes enable our program partners to provide additional offers and discounts to you for being a valued customer. Offers will vary depending on which of our partners provided you the code. For more information on the potential offers, check with the partner that provided you the invite code.
You will have the option to enter an invite code when generating a savings card or when creating an account. If you choose to enter a code, a confirmation message will display and the invite code will be associated with your savings card. If you already have a savings card and would like to apply an invite code, you can access the invite code entry screen from the main menu navigation or by logging into your account if you have created one. Once an invite code has been entered, any subsequent invite codes entered will be captured but will not be reflected on your savings card.
If you have created a ScriptSave WellRx account, you can locate your savings card by logging into your account. Once logged in, your “My Account” page will display your savings card along with the option to text, print, download or email the card. If you did not create a ScriptSave WellRx account, you can request a replacement savings card by visiting the Replacement Card link on the website. After verifying your information, your savings card will display with the option to text, print, download or email the card.
“A” rated generics meet the same quality standards as brand name prescription drugs. A drug that is “A” rated by the FDA as a generic equivalent contains identical active ingredients as the brand name drug, the same dosage as the brand name drug, and delivers the same amount of drug to the bloodstream within the same amount of time. Other than the price, there is little difference, although the shape or color of the generic is likely to be different from the brand name.
For both chronic and acute conditions, most people can safely fill a generic prescription and expect the same safety and effectiveness as the brand name drug. For some people it is important to remain consistent with the brand of medication being taken, so ask your pharmacist if your prescriptions should be filled with the same generic manufacturer. Get to know your medication – the size, shape, color and imprinting. If you notice any changes, be sure to ask. However, anytime you consider a change in your prescription you should discuss this with your pharmacist and your physician.
Most pharmacies carry primarily “A” rated generics. Non- “A” rated generics are usually used only for conditions that are not life-threatening (such as decongestants, etc.), but the only way to know for sure is to ask your pharmacist.
Generic prescription drugs are available only when the patent for the original brand name drug has expired. The patents for many popular brand name drugs have recently expired. However, if a generic is not available, there may be an alternative medication in the same pharmaceutical class that is less expensive or that does have a generic equivalent. Ask your physician if such an alternative would be right for you.
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