How to Save Your Medications on The RxSaver App


How to Save Your Medications on The RxSaver App

RxSaver Editors
By RxSaver Editors
Feb 11, 2021
Illustration of a woman using the RxSaver app at her pharmacy.

RxSaver is a free app and website that allows you to search prescription medication coupons in seconds. Prescription prices can vary depending on your pharmacy and even your pharmacy location, so it’s important to search before you fill your next medication.

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In addition to finding coupons on 6,000+ medications, you can also save commonly searched medications in the RxSaver app making it easier for you to find the most up to date coupon each time you fill a prescription.

Here’s how to save your medications on the RxSaver app in three easy steps!

Download RxSaver

Screenshot of where you can download the RxSaver app.

First, download the RxSaver app on either Google Play or iOS. The RxSaver app is free to use and no membership or sign-in is required.

Search Your Medication

Screenshot of how you can search your prescriptions on RxSaver.

In the RxSaver search bar, type in the medication name to find coupons at pharmacies closest to you. Make sure your zip code is updated to ensure accurate results.

Save Medication To My Meds

Screenshot of the price list page on RxSaver

After tapping search, you’ll see a list of coupons for the medication at pharmacies in your area. Simply select Save Medication and the medication will be added to your ‘My Meds’ profile.

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You can add multiple medications to your saved meds list, so it’s easy to find the most up to date RxSaver coupons each time you fill a prescription.

Screenshot of where you can save your medications on RxSaver

Skip the search and find your most common prescriptions quickly through the My Meds feature each time you use RxSaver.

RxSaver Editors

RxSaver Editors

RxSaver Editors are wellness enthusiasts who help you learn how you can save the most on prescription medication costs and other health-related topics.

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