Get up to 85% Off Prescriptions with FREE ValpakRx App

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Pay less for your family’s prescriptions! 💊

If you’re looking for a way to save on your family’s prescriptions, visit ValpakRx! This discount prescription service is completely FREE and offers up to 85% off prescriptions at pharmacies near you. ValpakRx helps save an average of $61 per prescription!

If you’d like to find out how much you could save, head on over here where you can easily search your medications by name and see a list of pharmacies where you can save. It’s absolutely free and easy as pie!

With ValpakRx, you can simply download their FREE app or request a card right through their website and start saving today. No personal information is requested, other than your name and email address.

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Here’s how to save with ValpakRx:

To score the discounts through ValpakRx, simply head to a pharmacy where ValpakRx is accepted and show your card at checkout. Your card can be located in the ValpakRx app or in your inbox if you requested a card through their website.

ValpakRx is accepted at over 35,000 pharmacies all over the nation, including CVS, Walgreens, Kroger & Affiliates, and more! ValpakRx works with these pharmacies to offer prescription assistance to the uninsured and under-insured.

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Check out these 5-star reviews:

Great savings, you will be surprised how much you can save. In the past, I’ve paid between $50 and $60 for my medicine. Today it cost me $21.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I was prescribed a very expensive topical antibiotic – it was $296 and NOT covered by my insurance -with this app I was able to save nearly $100. Super easy to use! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Comments 12

  1. Maggie

    This sounds like a copy-cat of GoodRx. Is there any difference or improvement over GoodRX?

  2. Alyssa

    Pharmacist here; just be aware that even though no personal info is requested to sign up, the company does receive your personal medical information (name, age, medication, etc) when the claim is processed/when the card is used. This is true of all the discount cards.

  3. becky

    Can someone explain to me how these things work? Are they used in conjunction with insurance?

    • TiffMeow

      One or the other… I just do the cheapest it could be either insurance or discount card but, you can’t do both.

  4. Jackie

    I don’t know but I use good Rx and I’m comparing all the ones we use and they are all a lot cheaper with good rx plus with good rx you don’t need to put any of your personal info. We have a dog that needs med like an (well he is 12 so he is an old man) and we use good rx with no issues.

  5. patricialavenz-goff

    My doctor calls in his prescriptions. How does that work. Do I look up the medication in his office before he calls it in and then I choose which store he calls it in to? Can’t anybody explain this to me? Please. My brother has crohns and his meds are expensive even with medicare and his other insurance.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! Be sure to search the medications needed by name, through the link above, to find what price they will be at the pharmacies near you. Hope this helps!

  6. patricialavenz-goff

    So do I do that in my doctors office before he sends the prescription in over the computer? I can search all I want but I can only change pharmacies so many times. I can’t change pharmacies every time I get a prescription can I?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Good question! When I get a prescription from my doctor’s office, they always ask what pharmacy to send it too. That way it goes to the pharmacy I prefer.

    • Nicole221

      We use good Rx for our dog and if the discount card for that month is cheaper (rates can change at any time) we just get the new Rx card from goodrx and call the pharmacy to have it transferred. Super simple. This has saved us tons of money.

  7. patricialavenz-goff

    I guess because my doctor sends all prescriptions over the computer network I am not eligible for this app.

    • Trina

      you should be able to show your card(either through the app or an email) to the pharmacy when you go to pick it up BUT, if you know the medication beforehand, I would search to make sure the pharmacy you want to use will accept ValpakRx!

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