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RxSavings Center - Home of the RxSavings Finder

We designed our RxSavings-Finder to help people find and compare the cost of their prescription medication in retail prescription drug plans offered across the country. To help as many people as possible, we have made the discounted drug information available in many different ways.



To begin, just choose one of the search options below and begin searching through drug discount programs. Not sure where to begin? Try our RxSavings Finder Tutorial as a starting point. Do you wish to add to our discount drug program list of Discount Drug Programs? Please feel free to Contact Us with your updates and comments.


Browse alphabetically through prescription drugs.

Browse through the Prescription Drugs Alphabetically

If you would just like to browse alphabetically by prescription drug name, just click here: Prescription Drugs A-Z

If you find a prescription medication that is highlighted orange, then the drug is covered by one or more drug discount programs. Just click on the name of the drug and it will provide you with more information and the name of the discount drug program or programs.



Choose from a list of retail discount drug plans to browse prescription drugs.

Browse through Medications in one or more of the Retail Prescription Drug Programs

If you know the name of a specific retail discount drug program (such as Wal-Mart or Kmart) and wish to browse through the prescription medications in that discount drug plan, simple click on the Search By Retailer link.
If you wish to see all of the medications that fall into one or more drug discount program, Click on the "Drugs in at lest one Retailer Discount Drug Program link.

Prescription drugs will be listed alphabetically by drug usage category. You can click on a drug name for more information.



Choose from a list of drug usage categories to browse discounted prescription drugs.

Browse through the discounted Prescription Drugs by Drug Usage Category

We also have provided the ability to browse through the discounted prescription drugs by choosing a Drug Usage Category. Examples of Drug Usage Categories include "Heart Health & Blood Pressure" and "Cholesterol" medications.
Please note: The Drug Usage Categories were created as a convenience by the retail discount drug programs and are not meant to duplicate pharmaceutical drug classes or categories. You can click on the medication name for more details.



Compare drugs by Drug Usage Category and up to four retail discount drug programs.

For Advanced Users: Our RxSavings-Finder

If you wish to search and compare retailer discount drug programs, then our "RxSavings-Finder" is the tool for you. You can search by selecting one (1) to three (3) drug usage categories and one (1) to four (4) retailer drug discount programs. The prescription drugs are listed by drug usage category with prices from the various chosen retail discount drug programs.

» The RxSavings-Finder

Tip: If you are not too sure of how RxSavings-Finder works, just choose only one (1) drug usage category and one (1) retail discount drug program. Once you see how the prescription drug information is organized, add a second retail discount drug program or drug usage category.



Click here for a short tutorial on how to use the RxSavings Finder tool

How to Use the RxSavings Center and RxSavings Finder - A Short Overview and Tutorial

How to use the RxSavings-Finder - A Quick Tutorial Not sure where to begin?
If you would like some help and tips to using the different RxSavings search tools, along with the RxSavings-Finder, this is a great place to start. We provide screen shots and comments about how to use the different discount drug search functions.




RxSavings-Finder Disclaimer and Privacy Policy

Please note that the contents of this website, Q1Medicare.com are provided for informational purposes only and are not meant as a substitute for professional medical or pharmaceutical advice. Please consult your physician or pharmacist if you have any questions about your health or medications.

We also make every effort to keep our discount drug information current. If you find out-dated information or wish to have a retail discount drug program included in our RxSavings Center, click here to send us an eMail along with your comments and, if you wish, your contact information.

Please also note: Our RxSavings Center and RxSavings-Finder are provided free of cost as a courtesy to our online community and we do share any of your information or site activity with third-parties.


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