Health & Wellness

AMAC Benefit Provides Up to 95% Discount on Prescriptions

With AMAC partner Blink Health, you can save up to 95% on your prescriptions.

Blink Health allows you to pay one, low price for your prescription; all you need to do is search for your prescription drug name, pay for it online or through the Blink Health app, and then pick it up at your local pharmacy. Anyone can use Blink, whether you are insured or uninsured.

Blink Health provides some of the lowest prices on over 15,000 medications. AMAC employee Brian G. recently used Blink to purchase a prescription for his daughter. If Brian had not used Blink, he would have paid upwards of $130. Through Blink, however, the drug price came out to a low $40.40.

Blink Health is accepted at all major chains and most independent pharmacies nationwide, so you can still pick up your prescription at your preferred pharmacy as you normally would.

AMAC members get a $10 off coupon for their first fill with Blink.

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Evelyn Tirri
4 years ago

Would like to know what ur plans are ?

Pamela Miller
5 years ago

How do I find out which drugs qualify on this plan?

Werner Gmuer
5 years ago

CVS Pharmacy .just increased Levothyroxine 88 MCG 90each from $6.00 to $12.00. United Healthcare says: this is normal

5 years ago

How much does it cost a month?

5 years ago

Is Blink Health Program for Precsription drugs credible Part D coverage?

5 years ago

This is great for prescriptions and is a good start to helping those of us on a low fixed income. But how about doing this for blood test as their cost can be as jacked up as all the over priced drugs. Basic blood tests can be jacked up by over 1200% from what the insurance companies pay and what we have to pay and without any consent, just PAY THIS. Most medical costs are discounted for cash or self pay as they like call it, but not blood tests they get jacked up.

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