NeedyMeds Helpline:

Helpline 800-503-6897

Mailing Address:
NeedyMeds, Inc.
P.O. Box 219
Gloucester, MA 01931



NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card Partnership

This card may be used by anyone without insurance or instead of insurance to receive up to an 80% savings on the cost of prescription medications, over-the-counter medications or medical supplies written as a prescription, and pet prescriptions that can be picked up at a pharmacy. There are no income, residency or age restrictions when using the card and it is accepted at over 63,000 pharmacies. No personal information or registration is required and the drug discount card is free of charge. The discount card can be used immediately. Simply present the card to the pharmacist, along with your prescription, at any of the participating pharmacies. If your pharmacist is not familiar with the drug discount card, they can call Argus Health Systems at 866-921-7284. The phone number is found on back of the card.

Unfortunately, the drug discount card cannot be used in combination with any insurance, so it cannot be used to lower a copayment. However, you may ask the pharmacist to process the discount card through the pharmacy system, as well as your insurance card, then choose whichever offers the best savings. The discount card often provides better discounts than many insurance plans. If the over-the-counter medications or medical supplies are written on a valid prescription, they will be eligible for a discount using the drug discount card.  The drug discount card cannot be used with mail-order pharmacies. However, over 62,000 pharmacies accept the drug discount card.

Patients who have Medicare, including Part D, Medicaid or any state or federal prescription insurance can only use the drug discount card if they choose not to use their government-sponsored drug plan for their purchase. The card is not valid if used in combination with those programs. However, the card may be used in place of your insurance and especially if you fall under one of the following categories:
–Your insurance has no drug coverage
–There is a high deductible
–There is a high copay and the drug discount card offers a better price
–There is a low medicine cap that has been met
–You are in the Medicare Part D donut hole

All of the information provided on this page and logo comes from the Needy Meds website.