Amazon Pharmacy works best if you fill at least one prescription regularly. You need to be over 18 to get your prescriptions through Amazon Pharmacy. If you’re a parent or caregiver, you can manage prescriptions for children under 18
after you've selected your Amazon profile or created a new one for yourself.
To get started, search for and select the medication you were prescribed. On the page with your medication's details, you can check pricing and request a prescription transfer to Amazon Pharmacy.
If you don't have a prescription at another pharmacy, then you can tell your prescriber to send your prescription to Amazon Pharmacy. After we receive your prescription and our pharmacists review it, we'll notify you to return to Amazon Pharmacy and place your medication order.
If you don't currently have any prescriptions, then you can sign up for Amazon Pharmacy so you're ready for future prescription needs.
We recommend using your current pharmacy for urgent medication needs like antibiotics or medications you’ll run out of within a week.
If you take multiple daily medications, we also offer PillPack by Amazon Pharmacy, a service that sorts your medication into packets by date and time. To learn more about PillPack, go to amazon.com/pillpack
For more detailed information about medications we carry and how we handle refills, check out Medication & refills