Rx Savings Terms & Conditions

1. DISCOUNT ONLY – NOT INSURANCE. This discount program is NOT a health insurance policy or a Medicare prescription drug plan and is not intended as a substitute for insurance. The program only provides for discounts on health services from participating Rite Aid pharmacies, and the range of discounts will vary depending on the type of provider and the health services received. The program does not make payments to providers of health care services. Members are required to pay for all health care services, but will receive a discount from contracted providers. You may cancel your registration under the Rite Aid Rx Savings Program at any time by contacting 1-844-550-6822

This program is administered by Rite Aid’s delegated Administrator.  Rite Aid and Administrator shall have access to and use your prescription drug data to administer the program.  Your authorization is required to participate in the program.  By signing the Authorization (available in stores), you agree to participate in the program and acknowledge and agree to such access and use by Rite Aid and Administrator.  The Authorization signifies your permission authorizing Rite Aid and Administrator to use and/or disclose your medical information as described above.

Rite Aid reserves the right to modify or discontinue this program at any time at  its sole discretion. You can view our complete Privacy Policy on our website at www.riteaid.com/legal/privacy-policy.

Certain limitations apply, including covered generic drugs. A complete list of eligible medications can be found at www.riteaid.com/rxsavings. See pharmacy for details. No enrollment fee. Nominal processing fee may apply. The days supply is based upon the average dispensing patterns for the specific drug and strength. The program, as well as the prices and the list of covered drugs, can be modified by Rite Aid at any time without notice at its sole discretion. Prescriptions paid for in whole or in part by publicly funded health care programs are ineligible. Any prescriptions covered in whole or in part by private or any publicly funded insurance like Medicaid or Medicare will be processed through that insurance unless the patient specifically requests that the prescription be processed through the Rx Savings Program. There is no secondary coverage or coordination of benefits for prescriptions filled under the Rx Savings Program.

The Rx Savings Program is a discount only program. The use of the program does not transmit the cost of the prescription to any other insurance, including a customer’s Medicare Part D true out of pocket (“TrOOP”) amount. Thus, if a patient with Medicare Part D coverage elects to use the Rx Savings Program while the customer is in the coverage gap with respect to their Medicare Part D coverage, any payments made for Rx Savings Program claims will not count toward the customer’s TrOOP unless the customer transmits their receipt to their Medicare drug plan.

Last Updated 10/1/2016