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  • America's Drug Card: What You Should Know
  • Tracy Freese
  • entrepreneurminimalist health and fitnesswellness
America's Drug Card: What You Should Know

Prescription medication costs are extremely unpredictable making it very difficult for many Americans to afford the medication they need to live healthy lives. America's Drug Card is a card bearer program providing at least 15% off any prescription drug at any pharmacy. The Affordable Care Act  aka "Obamacare" did wonders for the uninsured, but did little to help with prescription drug costs. The average American spends roughly $1000 on prescription drugs each year according to Healthcare.gov so it is no wonder why these types of discount drug cards are so popular. But, how do people obtain such cards?

America's Drug Card helps people save money and earn money simultaneously. 

You don’t have to sell anything. Just give away our discount cards. Earn $1.25 per prescription, each time a person uses the card and receives a discount. Work independently, yet with training and guidance. You get 7,500 cards when you join. You get two managed websites with a complete back-office that includes script counts and marketing materials. There is no monthly cost. Startup cost is a one-time fee of $79.95 or $49.95 for people 62 and above. Learn more about pricing and how the program works by visiting our website, viewing our presentation, and joining now!

By distributing America's Discount Cards to local centers of influence such as churches, local government offices, and YMCAs you connect people in need with deep discounts on their next prescription drug. As soon as those people begin to use their cards to save money, you receive a commission and subsequent residual income! Work independently, help people, and earn an ongoing income - what's not to love!? Circulate as few as 300 cards to see powerful earnings of $13,500! It's that simple! A fantastic business model for anyone retired and looking for a simple way to make extra income. 

  • Tracy Freese
  • entrepreneurminimalist health and fitnesswellness