A couple of the owners of a new med discounting company were being interviewed on a Sunday AM cable news show. (Wasn't an infomercial.) Looks to me like it's for real and could be a significant savings particularly for anyone going without insurance (like, choosing to pay the penalty rather than enrolling in Obamacare), and for *some* meds a better price than your copay (even with Medicare), and even for some a lower price than with ADC (All Day Chemist). website: https://www.blinkhealth.com/ "Blink." You look something up that you have a prescription for, pay them by credit card online, get a voucher to print out, take to your regular pharmacy that has the prescription in their records, and there's no extra cost, no copay. Most pharmacies accept it: Walgreens, WalMart, CVS, Fry's, Safeway, etc. A quick search shows a couple of meds DW has prescriptions for, Zetia and Celebrex, are vastly less expensive still as ADC "generics" from India. However, several others, generics, that we use and get from local pharmacies are a few bucks less through Blink than our Medicare copays; come renewal time for them I'll try their process. Clearly, though, you have to do searches comparing normal prices to these guys and select among them! Apparently one of the savings that allows this outfit to cut prices and enroll pharmacies is that overall something like 1/3 of prescriptions set out for pickup are simply left unclaimed, assumedly mostly due to the prices. Others are taken at half-doses to save money. There's efficiency savings for pharmacies not to have to restock, and to sell the full recommended quantities monthly. Maybe the numbers say they'll get to cut back employee hours and payroll eventually this way, too. Joy. Anyway, I've stuck their link in my bookmarks right under ADC's. Can't hurt to give it a try, I suppose.