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Bronze II - Family Plan
$19.95 Bronze II - Family Plan
$15.00 One-Time Registration Fee
$34.95 Initial purchase, then $19.95 a month

The NOP Bronze II - Family Plan membership:

No age limits
No health restrictions
No limitation of use
No reimbursement procedures
No prescription coupons needed

Save up to 90% on your prescription medications and more at over 65,000 pharmacies nationwide. This program is good for the entire family and never expires. Your family is instantly approved and there are no underwriting or health questions. In addition, there are no time limits for pre-existing conditions and no monthly or annual maximums. You also get additional savings up to 75% on Lab and Imaging services.

NOP Plus Card is not insurance.

The NOP Plus Card has over 75 years of combined healthcare experience. We are affiliated with ProCare Rx, a company that has the buying power of a 25 year old, half billion dollar organization. We areproud to provide our NOP Plus Card to millions of Americans across the country that want and need to reduce their healthcare costs. There are an estimated 45 to 75 million people in the US in need of a prescription savings program. The NOP Plus Card is here to help! We are sure this incredible NOP Plus Cardwill prove beneficial to you and your family for years to come!

Our prescription savings program and the additional services we offer were developed to help uninsured, underinsured, and uninsurable people afford their prescription needs by offering the best discounts available through our affiliates.Helping individuals makes for strong neighborhoods and strong neighborhoods make for better communities. The Neighborhood Outreach Program “Building Stronger Communities One Neighborhood At A Time.”


Contact us by phone at 1-877-570-7593 or email: support@noppluscard.com

High cost of medicine can cause some to make difficult choices

A 2013 Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs Prescription Drug Tracking Poll of 1,136 adults reported that 44% of people regularly take on average 4.5 medications; 16% of them take 7 drugs or more.

However, the report continued, the high costs of those medicines can force families to choose between the medications they need and paying other bills. More than half of the people participating in the poll have taken potentially dangerous steps to help curb high medication costs. This included not filling a prescription (17 percent), skipping a scheduled dose (14 percent), and taking an expired medication (14 percent). Individuals without insurance coverage were far more likely to have skipped filling prescriptions … because they couldn’t afford them.

Why use the NOP Plus Card?

The report further stated that while overall health care spending has held relatively steady in recent years, the cost of drugs has outstripped inflation — sometimes by a long shot. The reasons remain controversial. What can be done to keep drugs affordable is even more contentious. One thing seems clear: If you need prescription medication, chances are good you'll be paying more for it.

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