Pfizer Pfriends discount program.

Pfizer created the Pfriends program in an effort to help qualified patients receive savings on their prescription medications. It was created in partnership with thousands of pharmacies and medical providers around the nation with most of the assistance going to people who lack insurance or that have limited prescription drug coverage on their policies. Pfizer Pfriends is available to those that qualify, regardless of their age or income.

The company fully realizes that paying for prescription medicines, especially for the uninsured, can be very difficult. This is even more so in the challenging economic environment. By using this Pfizer Pfriends program, qualified customers will not need to pay the full retail price for any medicines they need. Not only that, they can also go to almost any retail pharmacy in the country and get that discount. The program can help ease the burden for the tens of millions that lack insurance. They can now get access to prices similar to those paid by health insurance companies and major employers.

This is not a health insurance plan, but rather it offers patients discounts. There are no fees or costs due from consumers. While the exact amount of savings offered will vary based on many factors, they will generally range from about 10% up to 40%. Some of the key factors that will go into determining the discount will be the particular drug purchased, the amount bought, the patients income, and also the pharmacy that the patient used.

In addition, keep in mind that in order to enroll in the Pfizer Pfriends discount program, people need to have been prescribed a Pfizer medication by their doctor or pharmacist. They also need to reside in the continual United States or Puerto Rico, and their current health insurance plan can't pay for the medication in question.

Over 50,000 pharmacies across the nation participate. This amounts to over 80% of retail locations. So consumers will in fact have a large network of places to get to in order to get their order fulfilled and medications. Or they can even use a mail order service.

The discounts referenced above can apply for a number of different medications. This will only assist with items from Pfizer, and what is covered can include the following.

 

 

 

Accupril
Accuretic
Aldactazide
Aldactone
Antivert
Aromasin
Arthrotec
Atgam
Azulfidine EN-Tabs
Azulfidine
Bacitraci
Caduet
Calan SR
Calan
Camptosar
Cardura
Cardura
Caverject
Celebrex
Celontin
Chantix
Cleocin HCl
Cleocin Pediatric
Cleocin Phosphate
Cleocin T
Cleocin
Colestid
Colestid Flavored Colestid
Cortef
Corvert
Covera-HS
Cyklokapron
Cytotec
Daypro
Depo-Estradiol
Depo-Medrol
Depo-Provera
depo-subQ provera
DEPO-Testosterone
Detrol
Detrol LA
Didrex
Diflucan
Dilantin
Dilantin-125
Effexor XR
Ellence
Emcyt
Eraxis
Estring
Feldene
Flagyl
Flagyl 375
Flagyl ER
Genotropin
Genotropin Pen
Geodon
Glucotrol XL
Glucotrol
Glynase®PresTab
Glyset
Halcion
Hemabate
Idamycin PFS
Inspra
Lincocin
Lipitor
Lomotil
Lopid
Lyrica
Medrol
Mycobutin
Nardil
Navane
Neurontin
Nicotrol
Nitrostat
Norpace
Norpace
Norvasc
Pfizerpen
Premarin Vaginal Cream
Premarin
Premphase
Prempro
Pristiq

 

 

 

 

Procardia XL
Procardia
Protonix
Provera
R-Gene 10
Rapamune
Relpax
Revatio
Somavert
Sutent
Synarel
Tessalon Perles
Tikosyn
Toviaz
Vfend
Viagra
Vistaril
Xalatan
Xanax XR
Xanax
Zarontin
Zithromax
Zithromax I.V.
ZMax
Zoloft
Zyvox

Qualified consumers will have the choice of filling a prescription for their Pfizer medicines at the large network of retail pharmacies referenced above. Or they may also decide to use company's mail order service. In either case, these different options will enable consumers to obtain their medications at significant savings from a local, trusted source.

The program is based out of St. Louis but available nationwide. To apply for the discount and to get information on pharmacies that may participate, call the company at 1-(866) 706-2400. Individuals can also obtain an application online. After an application has been completed, you need to mail it in.

 

 

 

 

 

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