FAQ's

What is NextRx?

Traditional pharmacies are reliant on costly infrastructure: insurance companies and billing, the need to source a full range of name brand and generic drugs and a broken system that can include multiple middlemen. NextRx is revolutionizing the way consumers gain access to prescription medication by dramatically reducing costs while maintaining exceptional quality. 

As a drive-thru and mail-order retail pharmacy, our customers can place orders for generic prescription medications and many popular supplements from anywhere in AZ, CO, CT, DE, FL, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, ME, MA, MO, MT, NE, NJ, NM, NY, ND, OH, PA, RI, SC, SD, UT, VT, WI, WY. The experienced pharmacists at NextRx will help you save time filling prescriptions while saving up to 80% off of retail prices on high-quality generic medications.

How much does NextRx cost?

Fortunately, there is no extra cost and no monthly membership required to use NextRx! You will only be charged for the cost of your prescriptions. We also offer fast and convenient shipping for our prescriptions, ideal for busy families with little time available to drive by our location or for those living outside of the AZ, CO, CT, DE, FL, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, ME, MA, MO, MT, NE, NJ, NM, NY, ND, OH, PA, RI, SC, SD, UT, VT, WI, and WY.

Where do you get your medications?

We get our medications from the same suppliers as other pharmacies. The FDA-approved medications we offer are purchased directly from reputable wholesalers, saving our customers up to 80% over traditional insurance-based pharmacies. We work hard to negotiate the best possible prices and only offer a specific mix of generic medications which boosts our buying power.

Where does NextRx ship medications?

At this time, we ship orders within the state of

  1. Arizona (AZ)
  2. Colorado (CO)
  3. Connecticut (CT)
  4. Delaware (DE)
  5. Florida (FL)
  6. Idaho (ID)
  7. Illinois (IL)
  8. Indiana (IN)
  9. Iowa (IA)
  10. Kansas (KS)
  11. Maine (ME)
  12. Massachusetts (MA)
  13. Missouri (MO)
  14. Montana (MT)
  15. Nebraska (NE)
  16. New Jersey (NJ)
  17. New Mexico (NM)
  18. New York (NY)
  19. North Dakota (ND)
  20. Ohio (OH)
  21. Pennsylvania (PA)
  22. Rhode Island (RI)
  23. South Carolina (SC)
  24. South Dakota (SD)
  25. Utah (UT)
  26. Vermont (VT)
  27. Wisconsin (WI)
  28. Wyoming (WY)

Why is NextRx cheaper than the pharmacy I typically use?

Though it may seem impossible, it’s true! Because we are a cash-only pharmacy and our prices are not dictated by insurers or PBMs (Pharmacy Benefits Managers) we can offer most generic medications at a lower cost. 

Since we are a US-based certified pharmacy, we operate just like any other pharmacy in the United States. Because NextRx is regulated, we are able to sell the same generic medications as other pharmacies.

What is the best way to save money on prescriptions?

In the event that your insurance doesn’t cover the cost of one of the medications mentioned in this article or your copayment is very high, you should check different sources to find the best price. While many online pharmacies sell these medications at discounted rates, they may still be using a multi-layer distribution system. This can inject additional cost layers, ultimately creating a higher cost for consumers. 

Fortunately for our customers, there is a better alternative. With NextRx’s superior model, costs are significantly lower even than other pharmacies. Our mix of local support from highly-trained pharmacists and online prescription delivery model offers the best of both worlds for our customers.

Do prescription discount cards work?

The first thing to understand is that prescription discount cards do not constitute insurance. Coupon cards from drug manufacturers may interact with drug coverage, but those from independent benefit companies – like GoodRx and other similar options – are often used in lieu of insurance.

Prescription drug cards can be used by anyone, but there are some serious limitations in their use. All insurance types, including employer-sponsored, federally subsidized, and no insurance, qualify for using discount drug cards but that doesn’t mean they’re the best option for getting cost-effective access to the prescription medications that you use on a regular basis. Additionally, if you have insurance, anything you pay will be out-of-pocket and will not count toward your deductible.

Patients show their pharmacist either a physical or digital card. Instead of using the patient’s insurance information, the pharmacy processes the prescription using information from the discount card. In this scenario, instead of paying their usual copay, the patient pays a reduced cash price. If the cash price is less than the copay of the patient, it might be a good deal. Unfortunately, this is rarely the situation and patients often find that they’re overpaying even with a prescription drug card. The costs can be significantly reduced when you use NextRx to source your prescriptions.

How to save money on prescriptions?

We don’t accept insurance, but you are likely to pay less for your medications if you use our pharmacy. Copays and deductibles often result in a higher prescription cost when combined for generic drugs. The savings are passed on to you since we do not pay fees to middlemen like insurance companies and plan administrators.

How can I transfer my current prescriptions to NextRx from my current pharmacy?

Give NextRx a call at (573) 545-5278 or email us at info@nextrx.com. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will walk you through the process of having your prescription transferred. Don’t worry, it’s easy and we’ll do most of the work!  

Start saving on prescriptions

Pick-up in-store, at our drive-through, or mailed anywhere in Arizona (AZ), Colorado (CO), Delaware (DE), Florida (FL), Idaho (ID), Illinois (IL), Indiana (IN), Iowa (IA), Kansas (KS), Maine (ME), Massachusetts (MA), Missouri (MO), Montana (MT), Nebraska (NE), New Jersey (NJ), New York (NY), North Dakota (ND), Ohio (OH), Pennsylvania (PA), Rhode Island (RI), South Dakota (SD), Utah (UT), Vermont (VT), Wisconsin (WI), Wyoming (WY).

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