Medicare Part D Free Discount Prescription Cards

I am on  Medicare.  How can the SuperRx Prescription Drug Discount Card help me?

Many Medicare recipients can also benefit from our free drug discount card.

Nearly 38% of Medicare recipients lack prescription drug coverage. If you are one of these,  you will greatly benefit from our free prescription card. Even if you have Medicare Part D
prescription coverage, you might still benefit from the SuperRxcard. Medicare Part D will
not pay for certain commonly prescribed medications. Specifically
excluded medication
groups include many anti-seizure and anti-anxiety medications including:
Barbiturates like
Secobarbital (Seconal), Phenobarbital (Luminal), Phenobarbital (Nembutal) and
Amobarbital (Amytal) ,as well as,  
Benzodiazepines - such as,  Xanax, Valium, Ativan,
Klonopin etc.   Most minerals and vitamins are also excluded from your coverage.

Additionally, many Medicare recipients are in plans that have a gap in coverage, aka the
"Donut Hole" and most plans have a deductible. Deductibles and  gaps in Medicare Part D
coverage can cost some  recipients $100's per year in extra medical expenses. If you are a
Medicare recipient, we recommend you print a  free prescription discount card for yourself
and tell your friends about it,  then take yours to your pharmacist where he will determine if
our card saves you any money. What do you have to lose with a free drug card? You could
possibly begin saving hundreds of dollars per year simply  by using the SuperRxcard free
prescription drug discount card.

If you are interested in a medication discount card that can act like a CVS prescription card, a Wal-Mart drug discount card, and more at the same time, sign up for a UNA Rx Card todayYou can get your free drug card by printing it out with a simple click here..  If you have questions or just want to learn more, call 1-877-321-6755 or read the Q&A section on the website today!


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