Prescription Drug Discount Cards
About the Program
The National League of Cities (NLC) Prescription Discount Card program, administered by CVS Caremark, can save you an average of 23% off the full retail cost of prescription medication. There is no enrollment form, no membership fee and no restrictions or limits on the frequency of use.
The discount card is accepted at more than 60,000 pharmacies nationwide, including all major pharmacy chains and most local independent pharmacies. Check to see participating pharmacies.
The NLC Prescription Discount Card program helps residents of member cities cope with the high cost of prescription drugs. This program is available to residents who:
- Are without health insurance
- Are without a traditional pharmacy benefit plan
- Have prescriptions not covered by insurance
Cards are available at the Municipal Offices, 4600 West 51st Street, at no cost to city residents.
For assistance with the program, call toll-free at 888-620-1749 or visit the program website.
About CVS Caremark
The discount program is administered by CVS Caremark.
CVS Caremark, which has broad experience in managing prescription discount cards since 1992, administers this program. CVS Caremark does not give or share personally identifiable health information to manufacturers or direct marketers.
CVS Caremark is fully compliant with all federal and state privacy and security regulations pertaining to the protection of protected health information and has a robust compliance program which monitors and enforces policy compliance.
The National League of Cities is the oldest and largest national organization devoted to strengthening and promoting cities as centers of opportunity, leadership and governance. NLC is a resource and advocate for 19,000 cities, towns and villages, representing more than 218 million Americans.
This is not insurance. Discounts are only available at participating pharmacies. By using this card, participants agree to pay the entire prescription cost less any applicable discount. Savings may vary by drug and pharmacy.