I’m so excited to be sharing a great service with you that can help save your family some money on health services. It is completely free for you to use! SingleCare has helped save our family money on prescriptions specifically, and any time I find something that will help save money I have to pass it on to you!
What is SingleCare?
SingleCare partners with multiple providers so that you can search for a particular service to determine your best option based on pricing. It’s so nice having it all in one spot! With a SingleCare membership, you’ll have access to the following:
- Up to 80% off your prescription medication
- Up to 55% savings on dental visits
- Ability to access 200,000 providers nationwide
- Price estimation for services
- A free account!
SingleCare believes consumers should have the ability to compare costs without the worry. You can save quite a bit of money on your prescriptions, dental, vision, and virtual doctor visits (amazing for busy moms!). With SingleCare’s RX search tool, you can search for specific prescriptions and pharmacies to find the best deal near you. I tried searching a few of our normal prescriptions and found quite a large price difference comparing a few different pharmacies. SingleCare will also let you know if there is a coupon available for whichever prescription you are searching for. One of my favorite features!
How SingleCare Saves You Money
For Dental or Vision appointments, you can simply search for the procedure you need completed on SingleCare’s website. Several providers will pop up with the price you’ll pay for the visit. I really love having that option! Health care can be so confusing and there are never prices listed upfront for services. It seems so odd to me, so I love how upfront they are on SingleCare’s website. For virtual doctors visits, you’ll pay a fee of $45. I’ve had to go to my doctor so many times just to get a prescription, so it’s nice to be able to skip the huge office visit fee. The price can be astronomical!
When you have had your appointment and you’ve received a prescription, you can then search for the best deal at the nearest pharmacy. Once you have that piece determined, you can then simply take your SingleCare card to the pharmacy and they will process your request using the BIN and PCN numbers found on your card. It’s as easy as that! I’ve found through searching different prescriptions, that SingleCare can save you anywhere from a few dollars to hundreds (prescriptions are expensive!).
My Favorite Feature of SingleCare
As a new stay at home mom, I got to thinking about how I will fit in doctors appointments for myself with both girls. I used to schedule them during work hours so I could go during my lunch or on my way home from work. I mean, I can obviously take them with me but they sometimes act like complete lunatics out in public. Just imagine hauling them into an office while I’m sick, keeping them entertained during our time in the waiting room, then once you actually get into the exam room it seems to take even longer! Add in the drive back and forth and you’re looking at potentially 2 hours! No thank you. So, for commonly treated conditions like allergies, bronchitis, the flu, pink eye, etc you can utilize SingleCare’s MeMd’s virtual doctor feature. Plus, the cost is only $45 versus a huge bill at urgent care!
How to use the SingleCare Website
The site is super easy to use (like ridiculously), but I wanted to walk you through how we use the site.
This is the landing page once you log into the site. You can navigate to either dental, vision, prescription or virtual doctors visits from here.
This is the prescription landing page. You can easily search for prescriptions and compare locations and prices.
Here is the vision landing page. You can search for opthamolcigsts here and compare different exam types.
this is where you’ll start your virtual doctors exam
Do you think you’d give SingleCare a try? It’s really a win-win since it is totally free for you to use and try out! Let me know if you’ve tried it out before and what your thoughts are! Thanks as always for reading.
This post was kindly sponsored by SingleCare, but as always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own!