Pharmacy Discount Card

Receive discount savings of 10% to 85% on most medications.  Use your Smart Choice Card at independent, national and regional chain pharmacies across the nation.  Maximize your savings on maintenance medications by having your medications conveniently delivered through the mail.  You have our mail order guarantee: Save at least $5 on the best retail price quote over $10 or 10% below AARP pricing with no postage or dispensing fees.



To locate a provider, click here.

Don't pay full price! Save 10% to 85% on most prescriptions at over 60,000 pharmacies. Just present your card to save an average of 46% at locations nationwide.

  • Compare your prescription prices and see for yourself at
  • Participating pharmacies include CVS, Walgreens, Target and many other independent, national and regional chains
  • Even if you have insurance, present both cards at the pharmacy to receive the lowest price
  • Immediate family included

Pharmacy FAQ

Q. Will I always get a discount when I use my membership card?
A. Not necessarily. Each pharmacy determines their own retail pricing.

Q. Why didn't I get a discount at the participating pharmacy?
A. Many pharmacies price some prescriptions at or below cost in order to draw customers to their store. If you present your discount card and the price is higher than the pharmacy’s retail rate or sale price, you will always pay the lowest price available.

Q. What if the pharmacy doesn't recognize the card's name?
A. Always make inquiries in person and be sure to bring your card with you. If the pharmacy still has questions, have them call the Pharmacist Help Desk number on the back of your membership card.

Q. Is this a co-pay insurance card?
A. No. This membership is a discount card offering reduced prices. You are responsible to pay the pharmacy 100% of the discounted price.


"The percentage of the population taking at least one prescription drug during the past 30 days increased from 38% in 1988–1994 to 49% in 2007–2010." CDC/National Center for Health Statistics, 2012

"In the United States, spending for prescription drugs was $259 billion in 2010, accounting for 12% of personal health care expenditures." CDC/National Center for Health Statistics, 2012

"In 2011, 11% of people between ages 18 and 64 were unable to receive needed prescription drugs due to cost." CDC/National Center for Health Statistics, 2012

"Americans filled an estimated 3.8 billion retail prescriptions in 2011 — about 12 per person in the United States, on average." Kaiser Family Foundation, 2012

"More than six in ten Americans take a prescription drug in any given year — including 90 percent of all seniors." Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2010

"The average American spent $898 in Rx last year." CBS News, 2013