Yes! You can still use ID.me Rx if you have insurance, Medicare/Medicaid, or even if you are uninsured. However, the ID.me Rx Card savings cannot be combined with insurance or Medicare/Medicaid. An ID.me Rx discount may only be used instead of insurance or Medicare/Medicaid. Think of ID.me Rx as another independent method to help you save money on prescriptions.
To find out how much you can save using ID.me Rx, compare the price of your prescription using your insurance, Medicare/Medicaid and any other savings program with the discounted rate offered by ID.me Rx (your pharmacist can help!). If the price is lower with ID.me Rx, use your ID.me Rx Card to get the better price.
Remember, if you use your ID.me Rx Card to receive savings instead of insurance or Medicare/Medicaid, payments made in purchasing your prescription will not apply toward any deductible or any out-of-pocket maximums.
Users of ID.me Rx must be 18 years old or older. Any savings obtained through the ID.me Rx program cannot be combined with insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and/or other discounts in a single transaction. ID.me Rx is a prescription savings program, not an insurance plan or insurance substitute. The ID.me Rx Card is free. The ID.me Rx program provides access to savings at US participating pharmacies only, to save up to $95 per prescription, and it is not valid where otherwise prohibited by law. The ID.me Rx program is not intended to provide medical advice. All use is subject to the ID.me Rx Terms of Service. ID.me does not collect or retain data subject to HIPAA. ID.me Rx users can cancel their ID.me Rx account at any time by clicking here. For more information or, to find included prescriptions and participating pharmacies (all subject to change), visit rx.id.me or call (855) 937-2595 to speak with the plan administrator support.