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Savings no matter how you pay

Explore how Amazon Pharmacy helps you find low prices.
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Pharmacy is better with Prime

A daily dose of savings, now included with your membership.

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Your meds. $5 a month.

Prime members, get all RxPass medications in one monthly subscription—no matter how many prescriptions you have.
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Includes most common medications for high cholesterol, anxiety, and more
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Great for Prime members paying more than $5 a month for medications
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Great for people who pay out-of-pocket for their medication
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Prime savings at 
Amazon Pharmacy

We help Prime members compare and save on select medications when paying out of pocket.
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Prime savings could cost less than your copay price for medication
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Helps you save on your medication that isn’t covered by insurance
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Available at 60,000 local pharmacies–including Amazon Pharmacy
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Works with most insurance

We make it simple to see how much you could save with upfront insurance estimates. No more pharmacy counter surprises.
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Know the price of your medication before you pay
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Add or update your insurance information any time
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Use your FSA or HSA with eligible items
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Instant savings with coupons

If there's an eligible manufacturer coupon for your medication, it will automatically be applied.
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No endless online searching, no program enrollment, just simple saving
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Getting started is simple

Just answer a few questions, and we’ll take care of the rest—like contacting your pharmacy or doctor for a prescription.

You may be wondering

Do you take my insurance?
Amazon Pharmacy accepts most insurance plans.
When you have a prescription on file, we calculate your copay automatically, so you never have to wonder what's covered.

If you're new to Amazon Pharmacy, we'll ask for information needed to transfer your prescription and save this information to your Amazon profile. You'll use this profile to easily request additional prescription transfers.

If you want to sign up for Amazon Pharmacy to be ready for future prescription needs, we can look up your insurance information for you during signup. You can also enter the information yourself during signup or at any time after signup from your dashboard. Then, you just need to search for your medication to check the price from the page with your medication's details, using your Amazon profile.

You can also choose to use Amazon Pharmacy without insurance. Either way, we'll show you both the copay price with insurance and the lowest price without insurance, including any savings for Amazon Prime members.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept all major credit and debit cards including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and more. We also accept Amazon Store Card and Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card. Finally, we accept Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) for the purchase of FSA or HSA eligible items. We do not currently accept payments by Amazon.com Gift Card, checking account, or Shop with Points.
What are the Prime benefits at Amazon Pharmacy?
*Average savings based on usage and Inside Rx data as compared to cash prices; average savings for all generics are 70%; 37% for select brand medications; restrictions apply.
Do Prime members get free 2-day delivery with Amazon Pharmacy?
We try to get your medication to you quickly—but safely is our top priority. Some medications require specialized or refrigerated packaging, and additional health checks by our pharmacists. And in some locations, we are unable to deliver on Sunday.

Once you sign up for a medication with automatic refills, we deliver your next order before you run out—so you’ll always have enough.
What is copay and who determines my insurance copays?
When you fill a prescription, your insurance plan pays a part of the cost and you pay the rest. The part you pay is called a copay. Your insurance plan determines your copays and the amounts can vary depending on what type of plan you have.

Many HMO plans have fixed copays for all prescriptions. So your cost is the same, no matter how many times you fill or how expensive the total cost. Other plans charge coinsurance, which means you pay a percentage of the total medication cost, instead of a fixed amount. In this case, the more expensive the medication is, the higher your out of pocket cost will be.

Some plans have tiered pricing that depend on where you have your prescriptions filled. These plans might offer lower copays if you fill with a specific pharmacy.

At Amazon Pharmacy, we show your copay price with insurance and the estimated cash price without insurance before you pay, so you can choose the best option.

Your medication, delivered.

Amazon Pharmacy Home Delivery 4500 S Pleasant Valley Road, Suite 201 Austin, TX 78744-2911
Fax: 512.884.5981