SingleCare Helps You Save on Your Medical Expenses – Free to Sign Up!

It’s no secret that the cost of healthcare is on the rise and has been for quite some time. Chances are you’re looking for a great way to help you save money on certain medical-related expenses. Even with an employer-funded insurance plan, there are out of pocket expenses that can really add up. Without that insurance, expenses are even higher. That’s where SingleCare comes in.

What is SingleCare?

SingleCare isn’t insurance. It’s a no-cost membership plan that saves you money on out-of-pocket expenses for prescriptions, dental services and eye care. The only thing you pay for is services rendered during a provider visit. As a Single Care member, you save up to 80% on prescriptions purchased at one of 35,000 in-network pharmacies. Popular participating brands include Kroger, CVS, Walmart, Target and Rite Aid. If you take several medications, the savings really adds up quickly! Even better, prescription prices are a readily available online. This means it super easy to “shop around” to get the best price, without the need to spend time calling multiple pharmacies.


How SingleCare Works

Once you visit a provider, you’ll be billed for your office visit, typically saving up to 50% on similar services in your area. Instead of paying the actual provider, you set up a payment method on SingleCare and remit payment that way. Just like with prescriptions, pricing for all other services are provided online. So, you can make a provider decision based on what you want to or can afford to spend. All prices include a small administration fee which allows the company to build more partnerships and keep on the lights, which translates into more savings down the road. Vision services are provided by Walmart Vision Centers. With SingleCare you save up to 75% at one of 1,500 convenient locations nationwide. In regard to dental services, you save up to 55% and are able to choose one of 200,000 participating dentists.

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Video Doctor Visit

Another really cool feature is on-demand doctors visits. Just think of the convenience of seeing the doctor in the comfort of your own home. There’s also options to speak with counselors about issues including depression and addiction and dietitians about nutrition and healthier eating.

If you’re interested in saving as much money as possible on prescriptions, vision care and dental services, I highly recommend you sign up with or at least check into SingleCare to see all the benefits you will receive. SingleCare goes the extra mile to help you cut down on medical expenses. Your account is free with no membership fees. Once you sign up, the more you use your membership card, the more you save!


  1.' robin rue says:

    Health care is SO expensive these days. This sounds like an awesome way to save.

  2.' Catherine Sargent says:

    This sounds like a great option. It is crazy how much we pay out of pocket even with having insurance.

  3. I love this so much! Even with insurance, medical expenses live up to the “expense” portion of their name. I have to look in to this.

  4. SingleCare sounds like an excellent option. We just took our oldest in to the doctor, and I almost fell out when we got the bill That’s AFTER insurance.

  5. It would be nice to cut costs on some of the my family’s medical expenses. I’m definitely liking the savings on prescriptions.

  6.' Pam Wattenbarger says:

    Medical expenses can build up quickly. Singlecare sounds like it offers some great savings.

  7. This is great info! We are paying COBRA, so I need to look for alternatives Insurance is so expensive, but a necessity!

  8. This sounds like such a great plan! I paid almost $600 for my eyeglasses last year. This would have been so helpful.

  9. It’s a great way to take care of yourself without being scared of the costs. It’s really going to help out a lot of people and I think it’s very convenient to have one.

  10. That’s very nice and it’s reliable as well. I like the idea of getting the help/care that you need without having to worry about the charges and the hospital bill. People should really look into this.

  11. I love the doctor on demand option! As a busy mom, trying to fit in visits can get stressful. Singlecare sounds like an amazing option!

  12. Sadly many people find out the hard way just how essential and expensive insurance can be, when they don’t have it and experience a Medical emergency. Saving money on healthcare especially prescriptions which are the most costly part of the game is important.

  13. I was not aware of SingleCare isn’t insurance.
    It is interesting to note that it’s a no-cost membership plan that saves you money on out-of-pocket expenses for prescriptions, dental services and eye care.
    I also was curious to see how it works; thank you for the enlightenment!

  14. This sounds like a great option! In Canada, we have healthcare covered, but I have a ton of friends in the US who may not be aware of SingleCare! I will let them know.

  15. I’ve never heard of SingleCare before. It sounds like a great service to check out. Thanks for sharing.

  16.' Julie Wood says:

    I need to check out this site and see how this can help me with saving money on prescriptions!

  17.' Jeanine says:

    This is awesome. I know so many who would really benefit from this, so I will for sure have to share as well as check it out myself!

  18. I wouldn’t mind to save that much! Especially if it’s free!

  19. You can’t beat free! We could definitely use this!

  20. This is such an amazing resource. Especially for those who have to use medical services a lot.

  21.' Our Family World says:

    Prescription medicines and vision care can burn a hole in our budget! I will have to look into SingleCare. It is free to sign up, so why not?

  22. This is a great alternative for those that cannot afford health insurance. Free is always best.

  23.' Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    This is great news. I will have to check if it will be available in my area. If it is, then count me in. After all, it is free to sign up!

  24.' shelly peterson says:

    Sounds like great way to save. This would be helpful with Medical expenses being so high.

  25. This is something I never heard of before, and want to check out. I know so many people who have only catastrophic coverage, and don’t go to the doctor, also, ppl with such high deductibles that they also never go, it has to be a crisis. It is silly to be able to go to the doctor when you are well, but not have coverage for when you have to go when you are sick until you have paid out a huge amount already. I hope they get our health coverage straightened out.

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