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How It Works

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Get a Free Pharmacy Discount Card. You can request a mailed card or download a digital card instantly.
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Save up to 80% on prescriptions when you present your FREE Pharmacy Discount Card to your pharmacist.
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Every time you save with your FREE Pharmacy Discount Card, we make a donation to Make-A-Wish.

Common Drug Discount Card Questions

Do prescription savings card programs really work? Yes! Prescription savings cards really work. They can help you save up to 80% on prescription medications, whether brand-name or generic medications. All drugs are eligible for discount savings. To receive discounts, simply present your card, coupon, or app to your pharmacist the next time you fill or refill a prescription.

How do prescription cards work? Prescription discount cards are completely free to use, whether you have insurance or not. To save up to 80% on medication, all you need to do is present the discount card or coupon to the pharmacy and ask them to compare the discounted price with your insurance price. If you use BuzzRx, the pharmacist will process the coupon/card information instead of your insurance so you will pay a reduced coupon cash price instead of the usual copay. The discounts are possible because BuzzRx works with Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) to negotiate lower rates at the pharmacy for people paying out-of-pocket for their prescription.

Can I use a prescription discount card with insurance? BuzzRx can be used instead of insurance. Most health care-insurance policies don’t cover every medication, so the coupon or discount card is there to help if you find one that isn’t part of your health care plan. BuzzRx pricing can often be less than copays on more popular drugs. If you have a high deductible that must be met before you have prescription coverage, our discount card can help right away.

Is there a copay? There is no copay associated with BuzzRx. Our cards and coupons are used in place of insurance so you will pay a reduced cash price instead of the usual copay.

Can I use a Rx discount card with Medicare? If you are a senior on Medicare, our card can be used on prescription drugs excluded from Medicare Part D. Please note that these purchases will not count towards the Medicare deductible. You could also use our coupon card instead of Medicare if the drug cost is lower—you cannot combine our discount card with Medicare. This is not insurance.

How can I get maximum savings on prescription prices? You can get maximum savings on prescription prices by going to and use the tool to look up the price of your medication. Be sure to enter the correct dosage and quantity of your medication in the tool in order to receive the most accurate prescription drug pricing information. The results will display a pharmacy nearest you with the best discounted price.

Does BuzzRx have an Rx discount app? Yes, you can download the BuzzRx App for free on Google Play and the Apple App Store. Save drug searches or coupons for instant savings on-the-go and set refill reminders so you never run out of your prescription. To save, simply show the Rx discount coupon on your screen to your pharmacist.

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American Indian and Alaskan Native (AI/AN)
Health Disparities and Inequities

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70% AI/AN live in cities disconnected from Tribal land resources
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3.5 times more likely to die from liver disease or cirrhosis
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55% higher infant mortality rate amongst AI/AN populations
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About Our Partnership

The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) is the national organization devoted to the support and development of quality, accessible, and culturally-competent health services for American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) living in urban settings.

NCUIH envisions a nation where comprehensive, culturally competent personal and public health services are available and accessible to American Indians and Alaska Natives living in urban communities throughout the United States. Many have experienced economic instability, homelessness, unemployment, poverty, and a lack of a community’s cultural connectedness. Because of consequences due to multiple traumas, having culturally competent and sensitive healthcare services are a vital part of quality care.

Anyone can use the free Prescription Discount Card benefiting NCUIH to save money on prescriptions, even if they have insurance.

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