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City of Tigard

City Offers Prescription Discount Card

The City of Tigard is collaborating with the National League of Cities (NLC) through their member cities program to provide a free prescription discount card designed to help residents save money on prescriptions that are not covered by insurance. The program is not insurance.

The card is FREE. There is no cost to the city or to residents to use the card. There are no enrollment fees and no membership fees. Residents just pay the prescription cost less any applicable discounts.

The card is offered to all city residents, there are no age or income restrictions. There are no restrictions and no limits on how many times individuals can use the card. One card can be used by all family members.

Cards can be obtained at the Tigard Public Library and City Hall or by logging onto
While savings may vary by drug and by pharmacy, the NLC prescription discount card program provides average savings of 20 percent.  Residents will pay the negotiated discount price offered through the program or the pharmacy’s retail price, whichever is lower. The card may also be used for pet medications that are also used to treat a human condition that can be obtained from a participating pharmacy.

There is no waiting period. Tigard residents simply present their card at a participating pharmacy. More than 59,000 pharmacies nationwide participate in the program, including the major chains as well as many independent pharmacies.

The NLC prescription discount card is administered by CVS Caremark, the largest provider of prescriptions and related health care services in the nation. CVS Caremark has administered prescription discount programs since 1992.

This is not insurance. Savings are only available at participating pharmacies. Savings may vary by drug and by pharmacy. By using this card, residents agree to pay the entire prescription cost less any applicable discount.

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Cards can be obtained at the Tigard Public Library, at City Hall or by logging onto
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