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Medication Discount Card Announces Partnership With Pioneering Medicine Community Site

Publish at: April 17, 2012 by admin

Collaboration with prescriptiondrug-info.com will allow community members to receive Medication Discount Card savings on important medications

The Medication Discount Card is proud to announce a new partnership with the groundbreaking People’s Medicine Community website, located at prescriptiondrug-info.com. Users of the People’s Medicine Community will now be able to receive all of the benefits of the Medication Discount Card - an innovative service that brings a wealth of savings to health care consumers and providers.

“The People’s Medicine Community has proven to be a valuable resource for health care consumers all across America,” Jeremy Duboys, Founder of Medication Discount Card said. “We are incredibly pleased to partner with this excellent website to help deliver affordable medications to the site’s users."

The co-branded Medication Discount Card will be found on the People’s Medicine Community website, and can easily be downloaded, printed out and used by all members. Users of the Medication Discount Card will receive anywhere from a 10% to 75% discount for all FDA-approved medications when using their Card. There is no time-consuming application process or excessive paperwork. The Card contains no fees, no health restrictions, never expires, and is accepted at nearly every major pharmacy in the United States.

Additionally, the Medication Discount Card offers valuable discounts on medications not covered under typical insurance plans - medications such as appetite suppressants, antacids, contraceptive devices and implants, cosmetic drugs for hair growth or wrinkles, immunizations and vaccines, hypnotics and sedatives, smoking cessation prescriptions, nutritional supplies and many others.

The Card also boasts a much higher rate of savings for the consumer than other medical discount cards. On average, Medication Discount Card users saved 60.04% off the regular price of their medications - higher than the Mobile RX Card (47%), Coast to Coast RX (39.5%), AARP / Walgreens (28%) and CVS Caremark (24%). Purchasers of brand-name drugs who use the Medication Discount Card are also eligible to receive rebates (generally from $5-$25) for their purchases. These rebates are passed back to Medication Discount Card-holders through a handy MasterCard Debit Card, which is instantly refilled once a consumer is eligible for a new rebate.

The Medication Discount Card will deliver savings and convenience to the members of the People’s Medicine Community. The Community is a social network specifically designed for individuals, patients, care-givers and other interested parties to share and communicate their medical experiences with one another. The site is free and anonymous, allowing users to share their information and ask their questions in private; there is also no need to register for the Community site, eliminating one layer of red tape and adding another level of privacy and comfort. Since its inception in 2005, the site has grown to encompass hundreds of thousands of posts, messages and other interactions between people from around the globe; currently, and receives close to 2 million visitors per month..

For more information on the Card and the People’s Medicine Community, please visit http://medicationdiscountcard.com and http://prescriptiondrug-info.com.

Medication Discount Card Offers Financial Benefits to Local Government and Health Care Providers

Publish at: February 29, 2012 by jeremy

Card offers consumers 10% – 75% discounts off FDA-approved medications; providers earn $.50 – $1.25 for each prescription filled using the card.

Medication Discount Card announces new partnership opportunities with health care providers across the country, bringing valuable discounts to providers' bottom lines and a wealth of benefits for the health of the community.

Medical and pharmaceutical institutions around the country are eligible for the Medication Discount Card. Pharmacies, and hospitals who distribute the card will receive between $.50 – $1.25 for every prescription filled using the card. This partnership opportunity is also open to city and county governments.

"In this era, we realize how important cost-effective medications are to the community and the healthcare industry as a whole," said Jeremy Duboys, Founder of MDC. "We are certain that the Medication Discount Card can provide sizable and valuable financial benefits to both providers and consumers.”

The Medication Discount Card will provide anywhere from a 10% to over 75% discount on all FDA-approved medications. There is no time-consuming application process or excessive paperwork. The Card contains no fees, no health restrictions, never expires, and is accepted at nearly every major pharmacy in the United States.

Sample savings below:
14% Discount – Lo Loestrin FE
57% Discount – Generic Lo Loestrin FE (Norethindrone Ace & Ethinyl Estradiol-Fe)
84% Discount – Amlodipine Besylate
14% Discount – Lamictal
91% Discount – Generic Lamictal (Lamotrigine)
Estimates of all available discounts are available by using their Drug Cost/Pharmacy Locator

Additionally, the Medication Discount Card offers valuable discounts on medications not covered under typical insurance plans - medications such as appetite suppressants, antacids, contraceptive devices and implants, cosmetic drugs for hair growth or wrinkles, immunizations and vaccines, hypnotics and sedatives, smoking cessation prescriptions, nutritional supplies and many others.

The Card also boasts a much higher rate of savings for the consumer than other medical discount cards. On average, Medication Discount Card users saved 60.04% off the regular price of their medications - Over 13% higher than other card on the market. Purchasers of brand-name drugs who use the Medication Discount Card are also eligible to receive rebates (generally from $5-$25) for their purchases. These rebates are passed back to Medication Discount Card-holders through a handy MasterCard Debit Card, which is instantly refilled once a consumer is eligible for a new rebate.

The Medication Discount Card can easily be printed out online at the Card's website at http://medicationdiscountcard.com. Consumers can also log on to locate nearby pharmacies that participate in the Medication Discount Card plan, and can also check how much they can save on their current medications by using the Card.

MDC Donates Prescription Discount Cards to Anyone in Need

Publish at: February 16, 2012 by jeremy

MedicationDiscountCard.com is pleased to announce that they are offering free prescription discount cards to help the uninsured in America or anyone in need.

Leading prescription saving company MedicationDiscountCard.com announces the donation of free electronic and plastic prescription cards to the uninsured in America. The card is available as an iPhone app, a copy that can be printed from the Internet, or a plastic card sent by mail.

It is estimated that there are over 47 million uninsured Americans under the age of 65. Because insurance in this nation is mostly obtained through employers, the unemployed all too often lose insurance benefits. Many small business owners cannot afford health insurance for themselves or their employees. This means that millions of hard-working Americans, and millions more who are willing to work, have no access to medical care and cannot afford the high cost of prescription medicines. "All too often people are forced to decide between paying their bills or purchasing the prescriptions they need,” said Founder of MDC, Jeremy Duboys. "We aim to help alleviate that problem."

MDC has a solution to help the uninsured obtain their medications. The solution is a free prescription card that gives discounts of 10% to 75% percent on brand name and generic drugs. All FDA approved medications are covered. There is no membership fee, no physical exams, and no health restrictions. The pharmacy card can be used immediately, even by those who already have prescription coverage. All the card owner has to do is show the prescription card to the pharmacist. The use of the card is unlimited, and there is no expiration date. MedicationDiscountCard.com offers discounts at 63,000 U.S. pharmacies, such as: Walmart, Walgreens, Publix, Rite Aid, CVS and Kroger. MedicationDiscountCard.com offers an easy to use Cost/Pharmacy locator to help card holders see how much they will save and find the closest participating pharmacies.

Unlike other discount prescription cards, MDC does not keep brand name rebates as a separate profit line. Instead, those savings are transferred to a MasterCard debit card issued by the company. Currently, MedicationDiscountCard.com offers savings that are roughly 13 percent higher than the competition.

MedicationDiscountCard.com is a leading provider of free prescription cards in the U.S. Visit http://medicationdiscountcard.com to download or print the free prescription discount card. An online form to request that a physical prescription discount card be sent in the mail can be filled out here: http://medicationdiscountcard.com/contact-us/. The free MedicationDiscountCard.com iPhone app can be downloaded at http://medicationdiscountcard.com/iTunes.

Free iPhone App Puts Prescription Savings Card on Your Phone

Publish at: February 2, 2012 by jeremy

Prescription savings leader MedicationDiscountCard.com today announced the release of a new free companion app for its signature Prescription Savings Card. The new iPhone app gives customers up to 75% savings on brand name and generic prescriptions. Available at http://medicationdiscountcard.com/itunes, the app allows users to pull up their Medication Discount Card onscreen, show the phone to their pharmacist and instantly begin receiving discounts and rebates for all FDA approved prescriptions they purchase.

Sign up is completed simply by downloading the app, or printing the card online at MedicationDiscountCard.com. The card is absolutely free and never expires. Everyone qualifies. There are no applications to fill out, no fees, and no medical exams. Customers can instantly print their new card on their own computer or download the free iPhone app to their phone.

Customers need only show the card or the iPhone screen once at a participating pharmacy to automatically earn discounts and accumulate rebates. Unlike many discount card programs that keep manufacturer brand name rebates as a separate profit line, the Prescription Savings Card from MedicationDiscountCard.com loads the customer’s rebates onto a MasterCard debit card issued by the company. The debit card rebates can then be spent anywhere MasterCard is accepted.

The Prescription Savings Card can be used instantly at any of 63,000 neighborhood drug stores as well as at all major pharmacy chains including Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Target and Rite-Aid. The card earns savings and rebates that are currently over 13% higher than any competing medication discount card we have found. Rebates of between five and twenty dollars per hundred-dollar prescription are not unusual. The savings the card offers on prescription drugs may sometimes even exceed those offered by insurance.

The website at http://MedicationDiscountCard.com offers a convenient savings calculator and a pharmacy finder to aid in locating participating pharmacies. The new online app makes it easy to tell a friend through email or text, and even connects to a fan page on Facebook.

About the Company:
To obtain the MDC Prescription Discount card, interested consumers can visit http://medicationdiscountcard.com, or http://medicationdiscountcard.com/itunes and print a card or download their iPhone app in seconds right at their desk. Alternatively they may contact MDC and receive a physical card mailed to them at no charge. The website offers a Member Pharmacy Locator and Prescription Savings Calculator to estimate potential savings.

MDC Announces New Free Prescription Discount Card

Publish at: January 10, 2012 by jeremy

Medicationdiscountcard.com (MDC) goes on-line this week with its new Prescription Discount Card. MDC's free pharmacy card provides consumers deep discounts and rebates on a wide range of prescription medications and may offer lower out-of-pocket costs than even some insurance plans.

The card, available instantly on the company's website, not only provides users with deep discounts on prescription generic and brand name drugs, but also offers an easy-to-use prescription rebate payment program.

As prescription drug prices have soared in recent years, dozens of medication discount cards have cropped up, offering to lower consumer drug costs for individuals without insurance. Many charge user fees or offer limited discounts exclusively on higher-priced brand name drugs. Some even require users to purchase additional benefits in order to access advertised savings.

Medicationdiscountcard.com (MDC) charges no fees, requires no medical exams and covers almost all FDA approved prescription drugs. MDC's free prescription savings card can cut 10% to 75% off all prescriptions while earning users cash rebates on select brand name drugs. The card can be downloaded in seconds and printed directly on your computer. Everyone qualifies and the card is activated as soon as it is printed.

The card is recognized at any of 63,000 neighborhood drug stores or at pharmacy chains including Walgreens, CVS, Walmart and Rite-Aid. The card is absolutely free, no additional purchase is necessary and it never expires.

Once printed the card is simply carried to a participating neighborhood pharmacy and presented at check out. Once the pharmacist enters the card number into their records, users receive the current lowest discount price on qualifying prescriptions.

MDC's prescription discount card is not insurance. Consumers who have insurance may use the card with their current prescription drug insurance. In many cases medications will cost less through the Prescription Discount Card than insurance co-pays.

The Prescription Discount Card gives consumers an average savings of 60.4% on prescription drug purchases - over 13% higher than the nearest competing Rx discount card. In addition, MDC's Prescription Discount Card automatically tracks rebates for select brand name prescription medications purchased by members. Members don't have to keep receipts, mail in rebate cards or call 800 numbers to receive rebates. Instead, MDC issues each member a MasterCard debit card. As the consumer earns rebates, MDC tracks them automatically and loads the cash onto the card. The card is good anywhere MasterCard is accepted.

About the Company:
To obtain the MDC Prescription Discount card, interested consumers can visit http://medicationdiscountcard.com, and print a card in seconds right at their desk. Alternatively they may contact MDC and receive a physical card mailed to them at no charge. The website offers a Member Pharmacy Locator and Prescription Savings Calculator to estimate potential savings.