Will my copay be the same at all pharmacies?
No. Pharmacies may charge different
copays based on your plan, drug and dosage. Additionally, pharmacies
in a Preferred Pharmacy Network may be able to offer you
What is a preferred pharmacy? Preferred pharmacies are designed to deliver cost savings for Medicare beneficiaries, offering lower copays on prescription drugs than other select pharmacies.
Walgreens Accepts Most Major Medicare Part D Plans!
We participate in hundreds of Medicare prescription drug plan networks across the country. Plus, we've worked with these top plans to bring you additional savings on prescription copays — as low as $0 on select Part D plans.2
Choose from three AARP®
MedicareRx Plans so you can find the Part D plan that best meets
Find out more about Medicare
Plan D plans like First Health Part
D Value Plus offered by Coventry® Health Care.
With the Humana Enhanced
(PDP), you'll have drug coverage flexibility when you need it. The
plan also offers affordable monthly premiums and no deductible.
Choosing the right plan...
Each year during the Annual Enrollment Period, it's smart to review your current prescription drug plan and compare it against other available plans in your area. Plan details and your healthcare & prescription needs can change, and you might just find a better option. Enrollment for 2014 has ended, unless you're turning 65 this year. The next Annual Enrollment Period is October 15 through December 7, 2014, for coverage to begin January 1, 2015.
Your Walgreens pharmacy offers a free Part D Plan Review. Meet with a pharmacist »
How to enroll
You have four ways to enroll in a Part D Plan:
- Use the Medicare Plan Finder on the plan's website.
- Complete a paper enrollment form provided by the plan.
- Call the plan and enroll over the phone.
- Call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).
1 Information provided by Walgreens is not a substitute for your own research concerning your health care, including Medicare.
2 Applies to Tier 1 generics.