New Orleans & Metairie Prescription Drug Insurance
Be Insured In Minutes – No Office Visit Required!
This card can save an average of 20% on retail prescription drugs and up to 50% on mail service prescriptions.
Who Needs A Prescription Drug Card?
- Anyone who does not have health insurance.
- Anyone who does not have prescription coverage.
- People on Medicare, which doesn’t cover prescription drugs.
- People who are between jobs and are not yet covered by employer’s group coverage.
- Policies that exclude prescription drugs, such as Major Medical, In Hospital Only Policies.
- Policies that exclude certain prescription drugs, such as Nexium.
- Anyone with a high deductible before coverage is available.
For a quick Prescription Drug Plans quote, contact one of our Health Insurance Specialists at (504) 441-7283 or complete the Online Quote Request form and you will be contacted immediately
How Much Can I Save If I Order By Mail?
- Savings up to fifty (50%) percent or more depending on the type of prescription plan that your request.
- After purchasing your card you can call RXSavingsPlus at (877) 673-3688 to place your order.
How Much Can I Save At The Pharmacy?
- You will save an average of twenty (20%) per-cent.
- Take your prescription into any of the over 57,000 participating pharmacies such as Walgreen’s, Rite-Aid, CVS, etc.
- Present your RXSavingsPlus card to the pharmacist along with your prescription(s).
- Pay the pharmacy the difference.
- Use one card for the entire household – even pets!
It’s simply a great way to save money on prescription drugs. After working closely with pharmacies and drug manufacturers, we’ve negotiated lower prices for thousands of medications, and share these savings with you.
PLANS START AT AS LITTLE AS $25.00 PER YEAR.
For a quick quote, contact one of our Health Insurance Specialists at (504) 441-7283 or complete the Online Quote Request form and you will be contacted immediately
We do not offer every Medicare plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area.
Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-Medicare to get information on all of your options.