Free Discount Prescription Cards In Alameda County Coast2Coast Rx Card

If you live in Alameda County, California and are looking to save money on your brand-name and generic prescription drugs, you need to read this.

Alameda County now has free discount prescription cards for all its residents, saving them up to 65% for each prescription filled.

Coast2Coast Rx Card enrollment is free and the benefits are plentiful.

Covering almost 60,000 different prescription drugs, the plan may cover drugs that some health insurance plans don’t.

Even pet prescriptions are included in the plan, when filled at a participating pharmacy.

Who is the company providing the card?
Financial Marketing Concepts, Inc., of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida (“FMC”) is the company providing this discount prescription card. FMC has been in the benefit programs market for over twenty-five years.

Does everyone qualify to use the card?
Yes. There are no restrictions, and anyone over the age of 18 may use the card. This does not prevent a parent or guardian from obtaining discounts on prescriptions for their dependents who are under the age of 18 years.

What is the retail value of the card?
Other cards cost $30.00 or more, and many have recurring monthly fees, yet few have the consistent discounts that this card offers.

How does a cardholder determine which pharmacies participate in the network?
There is a list of participating pharmacies on this website and you can search for the pharmacies in your area by just clicking on the Pharmacy Locator menu button above. Virtually every major chain and many independents are in the network, so locating a pharmacy is simple.

Please Note: The Coast2Coast Rx Card is not insurance nor is it intended to replace insurance.

More answers to your Alameda County Coast2Coast Rx Card questions here.

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