Health Care Savings

This post is sponsored by SingleCare but all opinions are my own.

As a soon-to-be mom of two, I understand the importance of health care savings. Mortgage, bills, and costs for caring for our firstborn are expensive enough so my husband and I are interested in ways we can cut corners and save money. Add in prenatal care, costs associated with banking Baby #2's cord blood and tissue, and our future labor and delivery bill, and we could sure use all the health care savings we can get... That's why SingleCare seems like a great service.

SingleCare offers savings on prescriptions, dental, vision, and on-demand virtual doctor visits. It benefits everyone, so no worries if you do not have insurance. Whether it’s a life-saving drug or a routine dental cleaning, it believes consumers should be able to compare costs for healthcare services and get care without worrying about networks, coverage limitations or deductibles. If you do have insurance, it is a good supplement because it can be cheaper than your copay. (We all know how costly copays can add up to be...)

The SingleCare pharmacy savings card is accepted nationwide at over 35,000 pharmacies, including Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, and Kroger's. Simply bring your card to the pharmacy and ask the pharmacist to process your prescription using the BIN and PCN number found on your card. This extensive availability and simplicity of use is very convenient for consumers.

SingleCare's number one goal is to help people save on the medications they need. It is free to join and members save money when they fill a prescription using their SingleCare card or when they visit a SingleCare dentist, optometrist, or have an online doctor visit. More savings equals more money to spend on things you like and want to do, such as vacations!

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  1. My sister has a health savings plan and it really comes in handy.