It would really assist the seniors when we reach the dounut hole or when we have drugs that ( D ) will not pay for. Thank you for answering my questions.
Hi Sammie, the RxRelief Card can be used as a Part D supplement by covering prescription medications once customers reach the "donut hole." However, medications purchased with the RxRelief Card will not count towards your deductible.
We encourage customers with any type of prescription coverage to ask the pharmacist to price compare insurance cost against the RxRelief Card. The card does not discount co-pays.
We're glad we came across this question & hope this helps!
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