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Free prescription discount card benefiting the National Kidney Foundation


Use this card to receive discounts on prescriptions while helping fight kidney disease at the same time! Every time you save using this card, the National Kidney Foundation will receive a donation from Watertree Health, at no cost to you.


How does the card work?

Show it to your pharmacist the next time you fill your prescription to receive savings of up to 80%.  All brand name and generic drugs are eligible for savings. The card can be used at more than 60,000 drug stores across the U.S.


What are the benefits of using this card?

Plenty! Not only will you be able to save money on prescriptions, but Watertree Health will make a donation to the National Kidney Foundation for every discounted prescription using this card. At no cost to you, you will be helping us spread awareness of chronic kidney disease while saving some money!


Saves you money, even if you have insurance
While it cannot be combined with your insurance, including prescription drug coverage through Medicaid or Medicare, there are several ways in which this card can save you money:


  • No coverage: Medication may not be covered by your health plan

  • High Deductibles: Some plans have a high deductible or require that the deductible be met before it will pay for medications

  • Co-pays: Even with a low co-pay on brand name or generic medications (e.g., $10-15/per), the cost of the medication can be even cheaper with the card (e.g., $6/per). Savings can add up quickly if you use the card frequently.


Save Even More

Look up savings on your medications by drug name and zip code to see which pharmacy has the best price. You’ll be amazed at how much prices can vary even within the same pharmacy chain, depending on location.  My most expensive prescription cost me $62.30 at Walgreens, but using this lookup tool I found that it is $42.22 at Costco and only $23.42 at CVS!  By using this card AND selecting the lowest cost pharmacy near you, you can save even more money - all while also helping drive donations to the National Kidney Foundation.

Not just for kidney disease patients
You can also share the card with your family and friends, so they can also save on their medications!


How do I get the card?

It’s simple. To instantly print, download, or get a card by email, visit or text "KidneyRx" to 95577.  Dadvice TV DOES NOT get any of your information and the full donation goes to the National Kidney Foundation.  This card is offered free by Watertree Health and has no connection with Dadvice TV.


Just present the card when you fill a prescription. It’s a good idea to have the pharmacy keep the card on file, along with your insurance card. So, when you fill a prescription, the technician can check the cost with both cards and apply the lower price. It’s that easy.

 Free Prescription Discount Card