This is a sponsored post on behalf of Optum Perks prescriptions savings.
I used to spend a lot of money on prescription medications each month. During my cancer treatment and surgeries, the doctors prescribed different medications. And now with peripheral neuropathy, Hashimotos, and fibromyalgia, I’ve been on many different prescriptions over the last few years.
If you or a family member has had an illness or medical condition, then you are probably aware of how quickly prescription costs can add up.
Thankfully, there is a way to save some money on your prescriptions with the free Optum Perks Card.
Optum Perks Prescription Coupons
With coupons from Optum Perks, you can save money on your prescriptions*. It’s absolutely free and you don’t even have to sign up for anything. Here are the steps to get prescription coupons.
- Search the database to find the best discounts on thousands of prescription drugs.
- Select a nearby pharmacy from the list.
- Print, email or text your coupon card and present it to your pharmacist to receive your prescription discount.
Here’s my example.
1: I searched for Levothyroxine (one of my thyroid medications). *
2: I selected my pharmacy.
3: I chose to print my card and then showed it to the pharmacist at H-E-B.
Saving Money with My Optum Perks Prescription Card
When I showed my card at the H-E-B pharmacy, the pharmacist knew exactly what it was and how to apply the coupon.
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After using my card, I saved a few dollars on my medications this month. Over time, and with other family member’s medication as well, we can save quite a bit of money on our prescriptions.
It was so easy and only took a few minutes of my time. I wish I would have known about this sooner.
To save money on your prescriptions, head over to the Optum Perks webpage to search for your coupons to use at a convenient pharmacy near you.
* Prices may change over time.
Rachel is an Austin blogger, educator, mom, wife, young breast cancer survivor writing about health, saving money, and living a happy life in Austin, Texas.
Rachel has written for HuffPost and Hometalk and has been featured on KXAN, Studio 512, Fox 7 Austin, and CBS Austin.