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Why Americans Need FREE Prescription Cards, Pass Them On
by Tonza Borden   
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Last edited: Monday, May 03, 2010
Posted: Monday, May 03, 2010

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Why are free drug cards so popular the public canít get enough news about it?
The answer is quite simple. The current economic crisis has caused many Americans to struggle just to purchase everyday necessities and prescription medications they have been prescribed. A free prescription drug card could really make the difference to the uninsured and the under-insured to save up to 75% in prescription drug costs. The card is available to everyone and everyone should pass a card on to help their fellow Americans.

Why are free drug cards so popular the public can’t get enough news about it?

The answer is quite simple. The current economic crisis has caused many Americans to struggle just to purchase everyday necessities and prescription medications they have been prescribed. A free prescription drug card could really make the difference to the uninsured and the under-insured to save up to 75% in prescription drug costs. The card is available to everyone and everyone should pass a card on to help their fellow Americans.

 

Best Price Prescriptions.com in Atlanta, which is a social service program of Disability Empowerment Outreach Ministry, Inc., a Georgia nonprofit, is passing out hundreds of Free Rx Plus® Cut Prescription Cards throughout metro Atlanta, in response to the rising costs of healthcare, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescription medications.

 

Other reasons why Americans need the free drug card (in Atlanta) is that it is available to anyone without insurance or for those whose insurance will not cover a particular medication. The program requires no enrollment, has no income limits and can be used by other members of a family. Many well-known pharmacies such as CVS, Wal-Mart, Walgreen’s, Publix and Kroger will accept the cards, which offer discounts up to 75%. Typically, their customers buy other merchandise when they fill a prescription, which means the free discount drug card helps the customer and the stores.

 

According to statistics, many Americans, particularly one in five Georgians, live below the national poverty level and is not insured. Therefore, when a healthcare situation arises, they are forced to make a tough choice between everyday necessities and prescribed medications. Best Price Prescriptions.com is doing their part to pass on Free Rx Plus® Cut Prescription Cards to anyone requesting them as well as hospitals, libraries and community centers in the metro Atlanta area. To print more free discount cards online or look up participating pharmacies simply visit www.bestpriceprescriptions.com. Now that you know why Americans Need FREE prescription drug cards and why you should pass a free drug card on, here are several ways to share it.

  1. Hang it on a public bulletin board space.
  2. Leave it in a book for someone to find.
  3. Mail it to a friend in another city, state or Puerto Rico.
  4. Leave it on someone’s windshield.
  5. Tape it on a neighbor’s mailbox.
  6. Leave it propped up next to the condiments in a restaurant.
  7. Leave it on a friend or neighbor’s door step.
  8. Leave it in your mailbox for your mail carrier.
  9. Hand it to a co-worker and/or that person you interact with every day at the coffee shop, grocery store, etc.
  10. Wrap it up as a gift.

Web Site: Free Rx Plus Cut Prescriptions



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