Using mail-order services may save you substantial money on your medicare Part D drugs cost. In some cases, insurance companies may send you generic drugs for no cost (including shipping!) via mail order.

Let’s learn how to set up mail order drug services to have your prescription drugs delivered to your home. This way, you can skip the line and inconvenience of visiting a pharmacy and save money along the way.

How does mail order for Medicare Part D work?

Most Part D or Medicare Advantage health plans work with companies known as pharmacy benefits managers (PBMs) that allow you to order medications through the mail.
Most will provide you with 90-day supply of your medication from the plan’s PBM at dramatically reduced copays and overall cost compared to your local pharmacy. Often with their web portals or phone apps you can get refills with 1 click access.

Please note: Even if you set up mail order services, you can still get a separate 30-day prescription at any time at a local walk-in pharmacy.

How to set up Medicare Part D mail order

Each Part D drug provider sets up mail order differently but most offer some form of the following. Usually just calling them directly is the easiest but check out the options below:

ePrescribe

Ask your doctor to send an electronic prescription to your Part D drug plan directly.

Online

Set up your online account and choose which medication you want to move to home delivery.

App

Set up your mail order account using your select drug company’s smart phone or tablet app.

Phone

Call your Part D provider Mail-order phone number found on the back of your card.

Mail

Complete an order form and mail it along with your written prescription(s).

Next Steps

1) Contact Senior65.com to get your Part D Drug Plan. We offer the guaranteed lowest price. You should think of us as a one stop shop and we charge you absolutely nothing for our services.

2) Once your Part D is active the only thing you will have to do is contact your plan and they will help you set it up in no time.

Regardless of whether or not you enroll in Part D, you can get discounts of up to 80% by using our free drug discount card. This card is accepted at pharmacies nationwide – including major chains like CVS, Walgreens, Kroger, Rite Aid, Safeway, Walmart and many more.