RX Pharmacy is for customers 18 years and older, and works best if you fill at least one prescription regularly.
If you’re getting a prescription from us for the first time, we recommend using your current pharmacy for urgent medications like antibiotics or medications you’ll run out of this week.
If you take multiple daily medications, we also offer Pill Pack by RX Pharmacy , a service that sorts your medication into packets by date and time. To learn more about Pill Pack, go to Rxonline-pharmacy.us.
For more detailed information about medications we carry and how we handle refills, check out Medicatio & refills.
We offer 30-day, 90-day, and 6-month supplies—a supply is the number of days or months a medication will last if taken as prescribed.
Supplies for 30 and 90 days are available if you pay with or without using your insurance.
Supplies for 6 months are available for eligible medications and if you pay for them without using your insurance. Prime members can also get additional savings for 6-month supplies—as low as $1 per month.
Contact your prescriber if you’d like to discuss different supply options for your prescription.
Can I get a 6-month supply of a medication?
Six-month supplies are available for eligible medications and if you pay for them without using your insurance.
We like giving choices to our customers—and 6-month supplies offer greater convenience (fewer orders, fewer deliveries) and can also lower the cost of your medication.
Prime members can get a 6-month supply of their medication for as low as $1 per month.
For more information—including how to order a 6-month supply and if you need to talk to your prescriber if you’d like a 6-month supply—visit our Help page.
What medications are not available through RX Pharmacy?
RX Pharmacy offers a wide selection of generic and brand medications used to treat chronic and acute health conditions. To find out if we can fill a specific prescription, search for a medication’s name on Rxonline-pharmacy.us.
The following categories of drugs and supplies are not available at this time through RX Pharmacy:
• Breast pumps
• Compounded medications
• Diabetic testing and administration supplies (test strips, glucose meters, pen needles)
• Medical devices (braces, insulin pumps, nebulizers)
• Pet prescriptions
• REMS medications
• Schedule II-controlled medications
• Specialty medications
• Suspensions (liquid amoxicillin, fluconazole)
• Vitamins and over-the-counter (OTC) items
What do you accept?
RX Pharmacy accepts most insurance plans. When you sign up, we can look up your insurance information for you, or you can enter the information yourself. Then when you request a prescription, we’ll check to see if RX Pharmacy is covered by your plan. You can also choose to use RX Pharmacy without insurance—whether you have coverage or not, we’ll show you the copay price with insurance and the lowest price without insurance, including any savings for RX Pharmacy Prime members.