About the Florida Discount Drug Card
The Florida Discount Drug Card is designed to lower the cost of prescriptions for all Florida residents. All Florida residents can participate: no age limit, no income requirement, no waiting period, no pre-existing condition restrictions, no membership fees and the card can be activated instantly. No tax dollars are used to make the Florida Discount Drug Card available. A public-private partnership with Envision Pharmaceutical Services (EPS) makes the discounts possible. EPS pharmacy benefits manager secures volume discounts on prescription drugs, passing savings onto consumers.
The Florida Discount Drug Card offers additional savings for Florida residents who are:
Getting a card is simple. Printable cards can be downloaded directly from the Florida Discount Drug Card Web site. Participants have the option of requesting a physical card mailed directly to a home or office for a small, one-time $1.50 activation fee which is assessed when purchasing the first prescription.
Participants who qualify for additional savings will be able to download a temporary card directly from the Florida Discount Drug Card Web site and will receive a physical card by mail for a small, one-time $1.50 activation fee which is only added to the cost of the first prescription. The temporary downloaded card activates within three hours.
Finding a pharmacy is easy. More than 60,000 pharmacies are participating nationwide, including all major chains. If the pharmacy’s usual and customary price is lower than the Florida Discount Drug price, the customer will pay the lower price. Additionally, if the customer qualifies for any other prescription discounts, they will always pay the lowest price.
Floridians can request a Florida Discount Drug Card by visiting www.FloridaDiscountDrugCard.com or by calling 1-866-341-8894 or TTY 1-866-763-9630. The Florida Discount Drug Card Web site provides printable cards, an easy to use drug pricing index and pharmacy locator tool, making it even easier to sign up, determine savings and find a participating pharmacy.
Information on the Web site is available in English or Spanish, and a Creole version will be available soon. Multilingual drug card service representatives are available by calling the toll-free number.