Save on the medications you need. Get the care you deserve.
Kinney Drugs wants to make sure you get your prescriptions
regardless of your insurance situation.
Our KinneyCare Discount Prescription Plan offers:
- A 90-day supply of your prescription for only $11.99 — that's less than 14¢ per day!
- Savings on over 300 generic prescriptions that treat the most common conditions and illnesses.
- Enrollment open to both the uninsured and underinsured.
To enroll in the plan, just go to the nearest Kinney Drugs pharmacy and fill out a KinneyCare application. The application process is simple and medication pricing can be obtained the same day. Ask your pharmacy for more details.
Sign up today and Experience the Difference!
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Terms and Conditions
The KinneyCare Discount Prescription Plan is a prescription savings program for those with no insurance or insufficient prescription drug coverage. Members shall pay an annual fee of $10/year per family after the first year, which will be billed upon the initial prescription filled, and upon the initial prescription filled each subsequent year. Family members include spouse and dependents under the age of 23. Prescriptions eligible to be filled under a publicly funded health care program are not eligible for the KinneyCare Discount Prescription Plan.
The Plan is valid only at Kinney Drugs retail pharmacies. Participation in the Plan requires a Kinney Drugs ValueCard. The discounted prescription drug price list is based on commonly prescribed doses. These drugs will be offered at the price specified only in the exact unit sizes and formulations specified. Discounted prices are limited to select manufacturers of the drugs and are available as long as supplies are in stock. You may obtain the drug list online at kinneydrugs.com or at any Kinney Pharmacy. Prescriber permission may be required to change 30-day prescription to 90-day prescription. The drug price list and the Plan can be modified at any time without notice.
*The Program is not insurance nor is it intended to be a substitute for insurance.