Discount Drug Network saved Americans over $5,000,000* last year on their FDA approved prescriptions The Discount Drug Network, comprised of over 66,000 chain and independent pharmacies, provides cost savings on all FDA approved brand and generic prescriptions. On average, a DDN Prescription Drug Cardholder saves $25 per transaction. (Savings range from 15% to 85% depending on the type of medication being prescribed and the negotiated rate DDN has been able to effect.)
The Discount Drug Network is not an insurance company. It’s a network of pharmacies that provide discounted rates on prescriptions. It’s all based on the quantities of prescriptions that are filled. With over 10,000,000 DDN Prescription Discount Cards in circulation, this is a significant group.
How the Card Works At the time a patient drops off their prescription, they present the Prescription Discount Card to the pharmacist. The pharmacist will enter the DDN Prescription Discount Card’s Member ID number, the BIN number and the Group number into their computer. The pharmacist can tell the patient how much money they will be saving by using the Card. (If the prescription is called in by the doctor’s office, the Card can be presented at checkout.) Usually, most pharmacies will keep the Prescription Discount Card’s numbers associated with the patient in their system for the next pharmacy visit.
Becoming a Part of the Discount Drug Network By becoming a Discount Drug Network Affiliate, you are joining one of the most important American business segments, the pharmaceutical industry. With over 4,000,000,000 prescriptions being filled in 2013, there is a vital need and demand for affordable prescriptions.
By passing out the FREE Discount Drug Network Prescription Card to your family, friends and co-workers, they can take advantage of these savings every time they have a prescription filled. And, for every prescription that is filled you could be making $1.50. Every refill earns another $1.50.