Do you ever feel like you can’t keep up with the ever-increasing price of your medication? Using SingleCare, you can compare prices on multiple drugs before you even visit the pharmacy, potentially saving you up to 80%.
How Does SingleCare Work?
SingleCare is a mobile app and savings card for medicines that streamlines the process of finding the best price. Learn how to make the most of this resource on your computer or mobile device by reading the following:
- Enter the name and dosage information for your prescription
- Select the price you like and click the ‘Get free coupon’ button
- Text, email or print the coupon
- Bring your coupon to the selected pharmacy and pay the price you were shown
Which Pharmacies Participate With SingleCare?
SingleCare has connections with more than 35,000 pharmacies across the country, including the following national chains:
- Duane Reade
- Harris Teeter
- Longs Drugs
Searching the SingleCare website or mobile app will help you locate a nearby drugstore that accepts the service.
Whether or not you are covered by health insurance, you can still utilize SingleCare. To get started, grab the free SingleCare app for Android or iOS.
The usage of SingleCare’s services does not necessitate any kind of membership or subscription on your part. Taking advantage of a low price means nothing more than saving cash.
You may save money without giving out any personal information like your email or phone number or even your Facebook account.
Including but not limited to name, address, and prescription information, SingleCare states that it “is forbidden by law from selling any personal information.”
“We respect your privacy and we will never share your personal information with a third party, and always maintain the greatest security standards,” the company writes online.
SingleCare’s policy on user privacy is described in detail on its website.
Is SingleCare Just for Generic Drugs?
SingleCare is useful when looking for the best price on either name-brand or generic drugs. Although specific results can be found, the search bar always returns the standard product.
It’s common knowledge that generic versions of drugs with the same active components can be purchased for far less than their brand-name equivalents.