June 4, 2020
NSSF Rx Benefits
What drugs are covered?
The NSSF Prescription Discount Card card is good for most prescription medications and can also be used for over-the-counter medicines, pet medications and medical supplies if written on a prescription blank and filled at a participating pharmacy.
How Much Will I Save?
With the NSSF Prescription Discount Card you can save up to 75% on your prescriptions. The exact price you’ll pay depends on which pharmacy you go to, where the pharmacy is located, and what prescriptions you are taking. If the pharmacy negotiated rate is lower then our price you will pay the negotiated rate. Click here to look up the pricing for your prescriptions.
Where is the NSSF Prescription Discount Card accepted?
The NSSF Prescription Discount Card discount card is accepted at over 65,000 pharmacies nationwide, including major chains and independents including CVS, Walgreens, Target, Publix, and Winn Dixie. Click here to find a pharmacy near you.
How do free prescription discount cards work?
The NSSF Prescription Discount Card works with the pharmacy benefit administrator to negotiate discounts on behalf of our members. Just go to the drug pricing tool to compare prices for the prescription you need at all local participating pharmacies in your area.
How do I get a NSSF Prescription Discount Card?
Getting a NSSF Drug Discount Drug Card is simple and easy. We do not require any personal information and the card is activated and ready to use.
- Text “Sport” to 21000 and we will text you the card information
- Download Your Card (PDF)
- Click here to download the card info in your phone contacts. (.vcf)
How do I use my NSSF Prescription Discount Card?
Present your NSSF Prescription Discount Card with your prescriptions to the pharmacy. The card is already activated and ready to use and contains all the information the pharmacist needs to process the claim. Obtaining savings is simple with no age limits, income requirements, membership fees, or waiting periods.
What if I have insurance?
The NSSF Prescription Discount Card cannot be used in combination with any private insurance or 3rd party insurance such as Medicare and/or Medicaid.
But you can use the card in place of insurance if:
- The drug isn’t covered by your insurance or is excluded from coverage
- Your insurance plan has no drug coverage
- You have a high drug deductible plan
- The card offers a better price than your copay
- You are in the Medicare Part D donut hole
Can I use this card in combination with my insurance?
This card is not valid in combination with other insurance plans, including Medicare, Medicaid or any state or federal prescription insurance. The card can be used if you decide not to use your government-sponsored drug plan for your purchase.
Why use the NSSF Prescription Discount Card?
- You do not have to signup
- No membership fees
- No age limits
- No income requirements
- No waiting period
- No pre-existing condition restrictions
- Includes medications for pets
- Includes Vaccines
- The card is already activated and ready to use
Is my Pet Eligible?
The NSSF Prescription Discount Card is available for all pet owners.
Animals are prescribed many of the same drugs used by humans to treat infections, arthritis, anxiety, heart problems, hyperthyroidism, stomach problems and seizures. If you have been given a prescription for your pet use our NSSF Prescription Discount Card above to start saving today.
Please note that prices are not guaranteed, nor is the display of a price a guarantee of coverage. Coverage and pricing terms are subject to change. Prices and coverage may vary at the time of prescription processing at a pharmacy and pricing at individual pharmacies may vary. Your doctor’s instructions on how to take a medication, state and federal dispensing guidelines, or how a medication is packaged may impact the quantity and/or days supply that you can receive from a pharmacy, and therefore may impact pricing. Data provided is based upon current benefit information supplied by your health plan. Please consult your health plan for complete information.
If there is a generic available, you will be presented with the generic name in the box below. Click on the radio button to select the generic alternative to the brand drug you originally entered.