A special offer on home delivery

of your generic medications

Home delivery of your prescriptions is usually easier and more affordable. And now, with this special offer from Express Scripts, your savings will be even greater!

Express Scripts is now offering to reduce your first copay on home delivery of a new generic maintenance prescription (that’s a generic medication you take on a regular basis) to $0. Plus, this limited, one-time offer is available to all your eligible family members. Best of all, there is no limit on the number of first-time-fill prescriptions for each covered family member that are eligible for this $0 copay offer.

This special offer is for your first prescription fill of generic medications only, but keep in mind that you can fill any number of prescriptions—generic or brand-name—through home delivery.

Get Rx home delivery—and save time and money!

Home delivery—also referred to as mail order—is the process of receiving prescriptions through the mail, rather than picking them up from a local pharmacy. It is primarily designed for people on long-term treatment medications for arthritis, asthma, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and other chronic conditions.

Home delivery pharmacies may fill your prescription for up to a 90-day supply at one time for just one copay (depending on the medication), which will usually cost less than 3 separate copays for a 30-day supply. And think how much easier it will be to get your refills just four times a year instead of twelve! You can even put them on auto-fill, so you won’t have to remember to re-order when your supply is running low.

How to take advantage of this offer.

Express Scripts will send you a letter about the program. To receive your $0 copay, you will need to order your first home-delivery fill of a generic maintenance prescription(s) from the Express Scripts Pharmacy between June 1 and August 31, 2014. Any first-time orders for a generic maintenance prescription received outside of this period will not be eligible to receive the special $0 copay offer.

Remember: ask your doctor for a generic.
It costs up to 4 times less!

Getting a new prescription? Be sure to ask your doctor about generic alternatives. Generic medications contain the same active ingredients as their brand-name counterparts, but cost a lot less. Generics generally have a $10 copay, while brand-name drugs cost up to 4 times that much: $25 or $40, depending on the medication.