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America’s Pharmacy

4.8 Stars (1 Review)
Updated: January 27, 2023
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An America's Pharmacy prescription discount card can help you save up to 80% off retail prices. The program is free to any adult and their family. Over 62,000 pharmacies across the country accept the card. Use the mobile app or print an America's Pharmacy membership card or coupons to immediately save money on prescription medications.

America's Pharmacy

Editorial Breakdown

Discount 4.5 Stars
Mobile Application 4.6 Stars
Cost 4.8 Stars
Coverage 4 Stars

Overall Rating 4.7 Stars

Bottom Line

With a discount card from America's Pharmacy, customers can receive up to 80% off their prescriptions at more than 62,000 locations.

America’s Pharmacy Review

America’s Pharmacy provides free prescription discount cards to cover the entire family, including pets. MedImpact Healthcare Systems administers America’s Pharmacy program. That company is the largest independent pharmacy benefits solutions firm, with over 30 years in business. America’s Pharmacy discount cards don’t expire and offer unlimited use each month.

According to a Kaiser Family Foundation health care poll, 50% of U.S. adults skipped health or dental care in the past year. Nearly 30% of all adults did not take medications as prescribed. These consumers made this decision based on cost. Saving money with a prescription discount card is vital to many Americans for getting the medicine they need.


  • Save up to 80% on prescription drugs
  • Customer service available weekdays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST
  • No limits on use — save money multiple times every month
  • Instant medication discounts


  • No weekend customer service
  • Does not include some name-brand medications

How to Pay Less for Prescriptions with America’s Pharmacy

You can start by searching for your medication prices on the America’s Pharmacy website. You enter nothing other than your ZIP code to see the drug discount plan’s low prices. You can also search using the mobile app. Costs vary between pharmacies, but America’s Pharmacy shows the savings at multiple drug stores in your area.

To get prescription discounts, download the America’s Pharmacy mobile app or print a digital card or coupons. Show these to your pharmacist, and pay the discounted price on the spot. There’s no waiting to be reimbursed.

You can use America’s Pharmacy discounts at participating pharmacies, like CVS, Walmart, Walgreens and others nationwide. Find pharmacies in your area using the app or website. There’s no limit on benefits, and you or a family member can use the card every time you buy prescriptions.

Comparing America’s Pharmacy Discount Card Savings

We used America’s Pharmacy’s prescription price search to give you sample savings you can expect with the program. We found deep discounts on most generic medications but lesser savings on name-brand medications. America’s Pharmacy usually listed generics with an option to select the name brand medication.

For example, name brand NORVASC retails for $403.99. The best price America’s Pharmacy could offer was $205.35 for home delivery prescription orders. Saving $200 a month is a great value, but you’ll keep a great deal more money in your wallet with the generic equivalent.

America’s Pharmacy Sample Discounts
Drug Retail Price America’s Pharmacy Price
Albuterol sulfate HFA $69.62 $44.99
Amoxicillin $11.99 $5.53
Zoloft / sertraline $34.99 $5.91
Metformine $19.99 $4.00
NORVASC / amlodipine $48.25 $5.01

America’s Pharmacy Discount Program with Insurance or Medicare

You can’t use any pharmacy discount card in tandem with Medicare benefits. You aren’t eligible to use America’s Pharmacy benefits with any medical insurance, including Medicare Advantage. However, using the plan can still save you money.

Ask your pharmacist to compare what you would pay out-of-pocket with your insurance coverage to America’s Pharmacy’s discount. You can choose to use the method with the lowest cost for prescriptions. Those who find themselves in the Medicare Part D Donut Hole can use America’s Pharmacy to reduce their medication expenses.

How Much Does an America’s Pharmacy Drug Discount Card Cost?

An America’s Pharmacy prescription discount card is free. The company collects no membership, processing, enrollment or other fees. Pharmacy benefits manager MedImpact negotiates pricing deals with pharmacies on behalf of America’s Pharmacy. The savings get passed on to plan members.

How to Get an America’s Pharmacy Prescription Discount Card

You can get an America’s Pharmacy prescription card using one of four methods. The most convenient is to download the America’s Pharmacy app to your Android smartphone or iPhone. You can also go to the website and click on Get Your Card.

  1. Choose text, email or U.S. mail as your delivery method. If you opt for text or email delivery, you can print the card.
  2. Search for drug prices to see the deals you can get that day. Prices may go up or down a bit in the future, depending on negotiations.
  3. The pharmacist scans your America’s Pharmacy card or coupon or the mobile app’s digital card. You pay the discounted price.

America’s Pharmacy Complaints

We found no detailed reviews published for America’s Pharmacy. Online ratings are excellent but based on a limited number of consumer opinions. The Better Business Bureau gives America’s Pharmacy an A rating.

America’s Pharmacy scores 5 out of 5 stars for Facebook and Trustpilot reviews. On a scale of one to five, Android mobile app users give their experience a 4.3-star rating. The iPhone app gets 4.5 stars.

America’s Pharmacy Q&A

  • Does America’s Pharmacy make recommendations for alternative medications I could use?
    America’s Pharmacy is a drug discount card provider and not a pharmacy. The company does not make any medication recommendations. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you’re interested in exploring prescription equivalents.

  • Does America’s Pharmacy drug discount card work for pet medications?
    The pharmacy card covers all family members, including pets. If your pet uses a drug dispensed from a pharmacy, America’s Pharmacy will likely save you money on the cost.

  • Does America’s Pharmacy sell or dispense prescriptions?
    America’s Pharmacy does not employ pharmacists. The company provides a bridge between consumers and pharmacies so you can pay less for medications.

  • Do I have to register to get America’s Pharmacy discounted prescriptions?
    No. America’s Pharmacy issues drug discount cards without your name and other personal information. However, you’ll receive more money-saving offers and coupons if you create an account.

  • How do I cancel an America’s Pharmacy discount card?
    Call the customer service number listed on your card to cancel. You can also find the number in the website’s help section to cancel your pharmacy discount card.


America’s Pharmacy prescription discount plan is easy to use, and you know the savings before you pay for medications. You can get pricing estimates and can often save more with home delivery pharmacy services. America’s Pharmacy works best for consumers who aren’t looking for other benefits, like telehealth savings.

While you may not find some name-brand medications, America’s Pharmacy offers savings for almost all prescription drugs. If you use generics, you can save up to 80% off the cost.

1 Americas Pharmacy Reviews

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October 18 2023 4:12PM

Just called my pharmacy to fill a script using this company and they laughed. Scam. Don't waste your time installing app like I did. I thought it was price too good to be true. Should have listened to my instincts. What a shame for a company to mislead people.

D B.
Akron, OH