Average Rx Savings: 62%

Alger County Drug Card

prescription discount card

With our free Alger County prescription discount card, you can save 10%-75% your medications. Although this is not a Alger County funded coupon program, the savings will also carry over to additional medication purchases. Our medication discount card has unlimited uses and will work for all prescriptions without restrictions or expiration.

Print Card Now! 

Ask your pharmacist not to substitute another card for ours. We are confident that we offer the highest savings possible.


  • Save 10%-75% with this FREE discount drug card.
  • Card can be used to save on all FDA approved prescription drugs.
  • Accepted at over 63,000 participating pharmacies.
  • Over 63,000 Participating Pharmacies Pharmacies

    How Do I Use A Medication Discount Card?

    You can use your free Alger County discount drug card just as you would use an insurance card. Hand the card to the pharmacist when you drop off your prescription and enjoy the savings. Greater savings are available through generics that can save you up to 75% or more. Use our Drug Price/Pharmacy Finder tool to see what your price would be on your prescriptions.

    STEP 1: PRINT YOUR CARD, IT IS ACTIVATED INSTANTLY
    STEP 2: TAKE TO THE PHARMACY WITH YOUR PRESCRIPTION AND SAVE!
    STEP 3: SAVE YOUR CARD, YOU CAN USE IT AGAIN & AGAIN.

    Print Your Free Alger County Drug Card 

    Q: Does the Alger County discount card work with insurance?

    A: The Alger County drug card can be used as a supplement program, but cannot be used in combination with insurance on co-payments. We recommend you ask your pharmacy which method (insurance vs discount card) that will save you the most money on a particular prescription. This will vary by drug depending on your insurance carrier and if the drug is a brand or generic that you are purchasing.

    Not all drugs are going to be covered by your insurance plan, so this will save you money on those purchases. Plus, there are a large number of drugs that are under $10 when using the card. So, you’ll need to check on each prescription which gets you the better discount.

    If you have a deductible on your insurance, you need to send in copies of your receipts to your insurance provider to get the purchase credit applied to your deductible.

    Q: How does this card work with Medicare Part D?

    A: This can be a little complicated, so please check out our article on this subject.

    More FAQs

    Disclaimer

    The content on this page is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please contact your doctor or pharmacist for information about this product.