Acute Care Triage can save you up to 80% on your generic prescription medication.

Save on your generic and brand prescriptions if you are uninsured or even if you have insurance or another program!

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Acute Care Triage will not charge you membership fees or collect your personal information.

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The FREE Acute Care Triage prescription savings card provides you access to the absolute lowest price on your prescriptions; the lesser of the Acute Care Triage discounted price, your insurance copayment or the pharmacy cash price.

Start saving immediately simply by submitting this card to the pharmacy with your prescription. This program can help those with or without insurance save on prescription medications. Always check the Acute Care Triage price!

The Program Highlights

  • No enrollment fees
  • Everyone qualifies
  • All cards are active
  • Unlimited uses
  • Never expires
  • Works for pet medications
  • No activation or enrollment
  • No personal information needed
  • Works for all FDA approved prescription medications
  • Share your card or print one for your family, friends, co-workers and your community

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Let us help you save even more by finding the lowest priced pharmacy for you!

Check our exclusive pharmacy price search to find the lowest priced pharmacy for all of your medications.

Acute Care Triage cardholders have saved over

Recent Member Savings

Medication Count Savings
SILDENAFIL 100 MG TABLET 6 $213.36 77%
TRAMADOL HCL 50 MG TABLET 90 $62.91 84%
FINASTERIDE 1 MG TABLET 90 $183.35 80%
DEXTROAMP-AMPHET ER 10 MG CAP 30 $176.07 74%

Your card is accepted at all major chains as well as most independent pharmacies.

“I have a friend who had a $65 copay on her son's medication and it was moving to $100 or more. I introduced her to the card and she found a pharmacy within 3 miles of her house where she could get the medication for $13.97... AMAZING! Not like the dozen other things I have seen come and go.”

Trebor N.