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Over-the-Counter (OTC) Medications & Discounts

Over-the-counter medications can be expensive, especially when you have to buy them regularly. If your health insurance plan provides you with a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA), you can get discounts on OTC drugs from HelpRx and still receive reimbursement for the remaining cost from your account. HelpRx OTC drug coupons average savings around 20-75% off the retail price. The HelpRx OTC discount program includes vitamins, probiotics, pain medications, allergy and cold medications, acid reflux medications and much more.

How It Works

In order to use our OTC discounts, you must ask your doctor for a prescription for your over the counter drugs. Doctors are familiar with writing prescriptions for clients with flexible spending accounts so that their patients can get reimbursed. Once you have your prescription, bring it to the counter at your pharmacy along with your HelpRx discount card or coupon as if you were filling a regular prescription. The pharmacist will locate and charge you for the medication as if it were a prescription drug. After you have purchased your medication, save an itemized receipt that includes the date, drug information, provider’s name and a copy of your prescription in order to get reimbursed from your FSA or HSA. Be sure to review your provider’s specific instructions.
OTC Drug Information
Over the counter (OTC) medications are drugs that can be purchased at pharmacies, drugstores and even some convenience stores without a prescription. Even though these drugs can be purchased without a prescription, a doctor may write a prescription for them - enabling patients to apply our OTC drug discounts. Many OTC drugs treat common medical conditions like GERD, heartburn, migraines, allergies, colds, fungal infections and many more. Most OTC medications were once prescription drugs such as naproxen or Aleve, ibuprofen, ranitidine or Zantac, famotidine or Pepcid AC, Nicoderm CQ, Nasalcrom, and Rogaine. They can be just as effective as some prescription drugs used for the same purposes. In order to qualify as an OTC drug, the FDA requires that a medication be easy to use, require no monitoring from a healthcare provider, have low abuse potential, low toxicity and few drug interactions.
Drugs that have become available over the counter can save patients a lot of money. The cost is a fraction of what a prescription drug for treating the same condition might cost. For example, naproxen sodium or Aleve is a fairly powerful NSAID that can be taken to treat pain from inflammation that can be caused from conditions like arthritis or painful menstruation. A similar prescription NSAID called diclofenac costs about $70 for 30 pills while generic OTC naproxen sodium can cost as little as $8 for 40 pills. The savings on OTC drugs in addition to our OTC discounts can save patients a substantial amount on annual medical costs.
Some popular OTC allergy medications that we offer discounts on include Claritin and Claritin D, Allegra and Zyrtec. We also provide discounts for Nicorette (up to 75%), naproxen (up to 73%), ibuprofen (up to 70% off), Nasalcrom (up to 75% off), and Nasacort (42% off). Some popular OTC heartburn medications we offer discount on include ranitidine (up to 75%), Zantac (75%) and Prilosec (up to 82%). These are just a few of the many OTC drug discounts we offer. To start saving on drug costs now, search for your medication using our drug search module and start printing drug coupons or sign up for a free discount card that works for over 50,000 OTC and prescription medications!

Our cardholders have saved

$1,000,000,000

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About Our Savings:

HelpRx.info is a discount pharmacy service, partnered with a leading pharmacy benefit manager. We negotiate lower prices on prescription medications, that we pass on to our members for free. There is no cost to use our cards and coupon, and anyone can take advantage of our discounts, regardless of healthcare coverage.

Our savings assurance of “up to 75% off” comes from historical data from actual claims. This data includes savings for both brand name and generic medications.