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Does my pharmacy accept Blink?

Over 40,000 pharmacies nationwide accept Blink, including Walmart, Rite Aid, Kroger, Kmart and many more. Most independent pharmacies also accept Blink.

Walgreens and CVS pharmacy chains are no longer in the Blink Health network.

You can transfer your prescription online, on the phone, or with the help of your doctor. You can visit our Transfer page to learn more about the information you will need when transferring your prescription.

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What if my pharmacist hasn’t heard of Blink?

No problem. Over 40,000 pharmacies nationwide accept Blink, but not every pharmacist has heard of Blink yet. Show the pharmacist your Blink Card and ask to process Blink as the primary payor. It works just like insurance and your co-pay will be $0.

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Does Blink contact my pharmacy to fill my prescription?

No. Call your pharmacist to fill your prescription, like you always do. You can have your doctor call the prescription in, e-prescribe or provide you with a physical copy to give to the pharmacist. For existing prescriptions, request your refill from the pharmacy as you normally do and ask your pharmacist to process Blink as the primary payor.

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What do I show to my pharmacist?

Show the pharmacist your Blink Card. We'll send you a digital copy over email and text message. You can also print it out from the confirmation page after you pay, or download the Blink Health mobile app to your Android or iOS device for on-the-go access. Show the Blink Card to your pharmacist at pickup - all of your Blink purchases are linked to this card.

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Do I pay Blink before I fill my prescription?

Yes. Always pay with Blink first, and then ask your pharmacist to fill your prescription with Blink.

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Does Blink deliver medications?

No. Pay online with Blink, and pick up your prescription medication at your preferred, local pharmacy.

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How is my pharmacy paid?

Our pharmacy benefit manager, MedImpact, manages the pharmacy’s reimbursement. Your pharmacy will be reimbursed for medications filled with Blink.

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Is Blink a pharmacy?

No. Pay online with Blink, and pick up your prescription medication at your preferred, local pharmacy.

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Can I use Blink in Puerto Rico?

Yes. Blink is accepted at over 40,000 pharmacies nationwide including Puerto Rico, as well as Hawaii and Alaska. Major chain pharmacies include Walmart, Rite Aid, Kroger, Kmart and many more. Most independent pharmacies also accept Blink.

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The Blink Price is the same at every participating pharmacy. Blink Health will always honor the price reflected at the time you purchased your medication. Your final price is based on the medication you pick up at the pharmacy. If you pick up a different form, dosage, or quantity, you will be charged or credited the difference. Blink Health reserves the right to cancel a transaction and refund you if the underlying cost of the prescription drug changes significantly after you have purchased your medication. Blink Health reserves the right to change its prescription drug prices in real time based on supply and demand trends and other factors. *Retail Prices (Cash Prices) vary among pharmacies. The Retail Prices displayed are estimates based on multiple sources, including price lists, historical claims and data provided by pharmacies. Blink Health is not sponsored by or affiliated with any of the pharmacies identified. The pharmacy trademarks and logos above are the property of their respective owners. Blink Health is not offering advice, recommending or endorsing any specific prescription drug, pharmacy or other information. Please seek medical advice before starting, changing or terminating any medication or prescription.