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The Enhanced Benefits Card
The Enhanced Benefits Card is a free prescription discount card that also offers savings on hearing.
This is NOT INSURANCE. This card is FREE.
Prescriptions may be filled at any pharmacy, however, this prescription discount card provides a discount only a participating pharmacies. It does not replace COBRA or any other medical insurance program, nor is it a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. Cardholders are responsible for paying the discounted cost at the time of service from participating providers. Discounts may not be taken in conjunction with any third party payor arrangement, including Medicare or Medicaid or government programs. This program is administered by Access One Consumer Health, your Discount Medical Plan Organization, 84 Villa Rd. Greenville, SC 29615. www.accessonedmpo.com. The program and its administrators have no liability for providing or guaranteeing service or the quality of service rendered This program is not available to Montana residents, but may be used at participating Montana providers.
Texas Residents: by using this card your savings may vary by drug and pharmacy. Savings are based on actual drug purchases. The program administrator may obtain fees or rebates from manufacturers and/or pharmacies based on your prescription drug purchase. These fees or rebates may be retained by the program administrator or shared with you and/or your pharmacy. This plan is regulated by the Texas Department of Insurance, P.O. Box 12157, Austin, TX 78711: 1-800-252-3439 or 1-512-463-6515, www.tdi.state.texas.com.
Save up to 65% on prescription drugs!
Everyone in your family can save with the Enhanced Benefits Card. There is no paperwork to fill out, and there is no cost to enroll. Simply print your Enhanced Benefits Card and present it at any participating pharmacy every time you have a prescription filled.
In addition to saving up to 65% on prescriptions, save up to 50% on hearing .
Getting the most savings from your card:
You’ll often find the most savings on your prescriptions at the pharmacies located in grocery stores and at many of the independent pharmacies.
The major chain-store pharmacies often have higher prices than these other pharmacies, so be sure to check around. You can check prices on your prescriptions here.