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What is SingleCare and how does it work?

Check out this great free way to save big money at the pharmacy counter

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If you’re like most adults in the U.S., you probably take some sort of prescription medication. So, first off, if that’s you, you shouldn’t feel alone – roughly two out of every three adults in the U.S. take some form of prescription drug.

And, even if you have health insurance, you probably know how those pharmacy bills can add up. With co-pays, deductibles, and out-of-pocket minimums, it can be really easy to blow your budget on the medicines you and your family need to stay healthy.

That’s where SingleCare comes in.

What is SingleCare?

WorkMoney has partnered with SingleCare to help members get the medicines they need without breaking the bank.

SingleCare has negotiated discounts with more than 35,000 pharmacies nationwide, including big names like CVS, Walgreens, and more. Seeing is believing, so check the SingleCare site – type in your zip code and the names of your regular medication and you’ll see how much you’ll be able to save at the pharmacies near you!

Using SingleCare, you can get a discount of as much as 80% off your medication’s retail price, and – here’s the best part – it’s entirely free.

How does it work?

The first great thing about SingleCare is that it can save you a lot of money at the pharmacy counter.

The second great thing about it is that it’s completely free.

The third great thing? It’s really easy to use.

All you have to do is download your WorkMoney SingleCare discount card and show it to the pharmacist when you pick up your prescriptions – and not just your prescriptions; you can use the discount card to save on your family’s prescriptions, too!

It really is that easy! There are no complicated forms to fill out and did we mention it’s free?

What's in it for you with SingleCare

Did you know SingleCare has already helped millions of people in the US save over a billion dollars on their prescriptions?  Here are just a few of the benefits SingleCare offers to make healthcare costs feel a tad less daunting:

  • Slash up to 80% off retail prices. You can see massive savings when you use SingleCare to hunt for high-cost medications. 
  • User-friendly: Signing up is a breeze, and there are no sneaky fees or confusing forms to look out for. Once you're in, you can start saving immediately. Use the search tool to hunt for discounts at pharmacies nearby.
  • It’s for everyone – insured or not. Since SingleCare isn't insurance, anyone can benefit from it.
  • Savings for the whole family. Americans typically spend about $1,300 per person per year on prescription drugs – and that piles up fast. With your membership card, everyone you love can save on their prescriptions.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s start saving!

Getting started is as simple as bringing your savings card to the pharmacy.

You can print your WorkMoney SingleCare savings card or show it on your phone when you pop into the pharmacy. No need for a new card every time – just bring the same card for all your prescription pickups.

To hunt for savings, enter your medication and zip code into our super helpful search tool. You'll see a list of local pharmacies and saving opportunities. You can even compare prices at different pharmacies to make sure you're making the most wallet-friendly choice.

Tinker around with your dosage and quantity to see different pricing options. Sometimes, buying a larger quantity at once can save you even more – fewer trips, more savings!

Save on more than just prescriptions

Here at WorkMoney, our mission is to make sure hard-working Americans earn more and spend less. SingleCare is just one of the ways we’re helping you save your hard-earned cash.

We offer a ton of free member resources through our partner apps to help you cut costs on everything from gas and car insurance to groceries. Together, we can help you stop overpaying for everyday stuff, so you're a step closer to that good life you’ve worked so hard for.