When was the last time someone in your family had to go to a Medical Doctor? Had to get a prescription filled? Had to delay getting a procedure or visit done due to the deductible being too high? That is something that has happened to all of us!
Last Summer, our youngest experienced a medical episode which resulted in a few days stay in the hospital. Since then our mailbox is filled with statements, eobs and she has monthly doctor appointments. We’ve exceeded over $60,000 in medical expenses. Thankfully our insurance is covering quite a bit of it. However, if it wouldn’t, it would be a staggering setback.
SingleCare is offering savings on prescriptions, dental, vision, and on-demand virtual doctor visits. Their belief is simple, “Whether it’s a life-saving drug or a routine dental cleaning, we believe consumers should be able to compare costs for healthcare services and get care without worrying about networks, coverage limitations or deuctibles.
SingleCare is FREE to join! Members can save money when they visit a SingleCare dentist, optometrist, or have an online doctor visit or when they fill a prescription. Their pharmacy savings card is accepted at pharmacies including Krogers, CVS, Walmart, Rite Aid and Walgreens. All you have to of is bring your card to the pharmacy and ask for your prescription to be filled using the BIN and PCN number on your card.
Some of the great features SingleCare offers their members are:
- Up to 80% off prescriptions
- Save up to 55% on dental visits
- Save up to 75% on eye care
- Save money on video doctor visits
- Access to 200,000 providers nationwide
- Price estimation tools
- And there are NO membership fees!
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