The FREE RxCut® Plus "Equalizer" Prescription Discount Program NOW WORKS FOR THOSE WITH INSURANCE!
Our Enhanced Program GUARANTEES that cardholders are receiving the absolute lowest possible price on their generic prescriptions; whether it’s the insurance copayment, the pharmacy cash price, or the RxCut® Plus price.
Follow these steps to ensure you are paying the lowest price at the pharmacy:
If you have insurance and you are obtaining a generic:
Show your insurance card to the pharmacy and if your cost is more than $10.00 present this FREE card and ask, "What’s my RxCut price?"
If you do not have prescription insurance:
Present this FREE card at the pharmacy for instant savings on every generic and brand prescription.
If your pet has a prescription valid at the pharmacy use this card, otherwise visit our mail order website.
The RxCut® Plus price on 21 of the 25 of our most frequently processed generic medications is less than an insurance copay of $10.00 or more.
Today more than 210 million people receive medication benefits through their employer and pay a copay for a generic drug that is often higher than the RxCut® Plus price.
Free For All®, Inc. is concerned about the rising healthcare costs affecting all those across our Country and we are offering FREE access to savings up to 75% off prescriptions and up to 50% off the typical price of laboratory tests.
To locate a lab or to order your test follow the links below or call toll FREE by phone at 1-800-808-1213. Don't forget to print your FREE card above, you will need the RxGroup number to obtain the savings.
*Laboratory benefits are not available in Puerto Rico. Due to state regulations we are unable to provide the laboratory benefit in the states of Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.
If you use your RxCut® Plus discount card during the Medicare coverage gap, please keep in mind: (1) Retain receipts for all medication purchased and submit them to your Medicare provider. (2) Before using your RxCut® Plus discount card you should check with your Medicare provider if they accept paper receipts.
*These are actual transactions processed using our program in 2011.