More about gettin' cheap drugs
I'm pretty new to this blogging (is that a word yet?) idea, so I guess this next blog, while not quite as compeling as some of the others I have read, will be informative. Here's some interesting things about the drug plan I spoke of earlier.
Plan name: United Network of America. It includes basically most pharmaceutical companies. I only know how to get you set up at Walgreens, because they pay me wages. The pharmacist will log onto www.freedrugcard.us (yes, you can do this from home too), enter your email (he/she can enter a store number if you don't want your email out there), and your first and last name. The site will provide you with an ID and Group number. Then the tricky part-- oh, wait-- there is no tricky part. That's it!
1. Free to everyone
2. 35-45% savings on Generics
3. Slightly less savings on Brand names (you know, kind of like buying a Toyota vs. a Lexus. same car different badge. the outside might be cooler looking, but the parts are exactly the same and have exactly the same resale value)
4. You can use it if you already have insurance-- just not together with your insurance. It can be used as a supplemental (ex: your Viagra is not covered by insurance-- try this one)
5. There is still a formulary, but it is not as limited as most insurance companies'
6. Phone number is 1-877-321-6755
I promise the next blog will keep you on the edge of your seat (or couch, etc.)