The LibertyRx plan has been a god-send to me! I have heart disease, and have had 2 by-pass surgeries in the past 15 years. As a result, I take a dozen or so different medicines to keep my condition stable. I had been paying $1285 a month through a
My doctor prescribed a medicine for me called Carafate, (1gm/10ml). My insurance company’s non-formulary prescription cost was $173.57. My LibertyRx cost was $59.23! That’s a monthly savings of $114.34 (193%)! For only $29.95 per month to have the LibertyRx card, my wife and I are saving over $250 ($3000 annually) on our 5 monthly prescriptions.
As a city employee (I am a firefighter), my family is blessed to have good prescription coverage. But, as insurance costs have sky-rocketed, more and more drugs are excluded from our prescription coverage, and the co-pays have doubled.I was prescribed Nexium (20mg.), and was unhappy to learn it was not covered at all, and would cost me $122.92 for 30 tablets ($363.26 for 90 days). I purchased a LibertyRx family prescription plan for $29.95 per month and was amazed with the Liberty Mail Order Home Delivery price of 100 tablets for $76.47! I thought it was too good to be true, but I received my prescription in less than 10 days and couldn’t believe how easy it was to order. Even with my monthly fee, I saved $196.94 (almost $2400 annually)! I also want to mention Liberty’s friendly customer service; I appreciate being called to remind me to re-order.
Eric & Eileen; Fireman/Teachers assistant
I transferred my prescription for skin cream from Kiser
to CVS. With the Liberty prescription card I only paid $5.43 for my prescription
which previously cost me $22.00. This plan is phenomenal!!
Thanks to your LibertyRx, I saved over
73% on my son’s prescription for Wellbutrin XL, 300 mg. at Walgreens.
It would have been $446.49 and with the Home Delivery it only cost me $118,
a savings of $328.49! Thank you Liberty!
Rich; Sales Executive
“My son’s doctor wrote out a prescription
for the brand name drug called Vibramycin for $422.30, 90 days. Using the
internet drug search I was able to ask about alternative drugs which ended
up only costing us $14.85!!” I saved over $400.
I had to go into Rite Aid to get my prescription.
The pharmacist was by herself as it was on a Sunday. I gave her my card
and for some reason she couldn’t get into her system. She told me
to pay her for the prescription, which was $38.98 and to come back in a
couple of days and she would refund me the difference. So a few days later,
I went back, gave her my LibertyRx card and the receipt from the purchase. She refunded
me back $32.66, So my cost was only $6.34. I am so thrilled to be able to tell my friends and relatives of my