Prescription drugs in the United States are notorious for being expensive (among developed countries, the highest in the world), but people may not realize how prohibitively expensive they really are. Almost one in three Americans report not taking their medications as prescribed due to cost. About half the cost of prescription drugs are paid paid out — and that number increases even more for older Americans or those with chronic conditions.

For the 28 million Americans without insurance, filling a prescription that has been prescribed for them can be a daunting task, as they have no “help” to pay for the prescriptions they need. But insurance companies aren’t easing the burden all that much, with many patients finding that the drug co-payment is often higher than if they paid with a discount card such as the new Sesame branded card, powered by SingleCare.

“At Sesame, we provide access to comprehensive quality health care at half the price to Americans who have been denied the care they need,” said hunting knight, vice-president of partnerships at Sesame. “This partnership unites two like-minded companies in a mission to help Americans pay for all elements of their healthcare needs, including their medications. We are excited to work together in this way to drive change. “

To access the new Sesame prescription drug card, powered by SingleCare, visit


Sesame is the health market that offers “half-price health care” to Americans who have been deprived of the daily care they need. With thousands of healthcare providers — spanning all 50 states and all major healthcare categories — Sesame Marketplace has lowered prices for dozens of common healthcare types by up to 67%. Sesame drives down prices, but not quality standards, by applying technology to create a marketplace that provides consumers with the most choice, convenience and quality at the best price. This allows providers to focus solely on patient care and get the most out of their training, time and equipment. For more information, please visit


SingleCare is the free prescription savings service that gives consumers quick and easy access to consistently low prices on prescription drugs. Available at pharmacies nationwide, consumers can save up to 80% on medications in 10 seconds or less through its website, mobile app or discount cards. It handles hundreds of thousands of prescriptions a day and has helped millions of people across the United States save $4 billion on their medications.

SingleCare partners directly with the nation’s leading pharmaceutical companies, including CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Kroger, Albertsons, Safeway, Rite Aid and Meijer, covering more than 35,000 pharmacies nationwide. To access SingleCare prescription savings at pharmacies near you, visit or download the SingleCare app on iOS or Android.


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