What is Scriptcost?
Scriptcost is a prescription drug search engine. Unlike other competitors, Scriptcost uses live data from our network of pharmacies to price accurately and reliably.
What is the Scriptcost card?
The Scriptcost card is NOT insurance. It is simply designed to help patients save money on their prescriptions. This card provides discounts on the cash price you pay for prescriptions at participating pharmacies.
What if I have insurance?
This card will help you save money on prescriptions that are not covered, or not adequately covered, by your insurance plan. You may ask the pharmacist to process your prescription using the savings card and your insurance card to determine which option returns the lowest cost to you. This card cannot be used in conjunction with insurance.
Will I pay any fees for the Scriptcost card?
No. There are no registration fees, annual fees or dispensing fees associated with this savings card.
Who is the card for?
Your card can be used by any member of your household, for human medications and pet medications.
What’s the catch?
There is no catch. We help pharmacies save money and those savings are passed on to patients. Just print out a card from the website, present it to a participating pharmacy, and save money.
How much money can I expect to save on prescriptions with my Scriptcost card?
Savings will vary by pharmacy and medication, however you can expect to save between 10% and 65% on your prescriptions.
Where can I use my Scriptcost card?
To find a participating pharmacy, simply enter your prescription and your zip code and the search engine will do all of the work.
What if the pharmacy does not know how to use the card?
Ask the pharmacy to call Scriptcost at 888-328-8544 for information, or to enroll. Please explain that this is a PHARMACY FRIENDLY prescription savings card.
Does the card provide savings on pet medications?
Yes, as long as the medication is also used to treat human conditions. Ask your veterinarian if your pet’s medication is also used to treat humans, and if so, request a written prescription. Bring the prescription to your pharmacy and save money.