LAS VEGAS, NV – September 22, 2022
Today, Governor Steve Sisolak officially launched ArrayRx, a free digital discount card for prescription drugs available statewide for all residents. Nevadans can now sign up online at ArrayRxCard.com to receive their digital card and save up to 80% on certain medications.
“Prescription medications can get very expensive – too expensive. This program will help Nevadans keep more money in their pockets,” said Governor Sisolak. “Taking care of yourself and prioritizing your health shouldn’t leave you bankrupt – and I will never stop in my mission to bring more affordable health care solutions to Nevadans. I’m so proud of the commitment across our State to get this program up and running, as well as our interstate partnerships all dedicated to addressing high drug costs.”
During the Governor’s State of the State address in February, he announced Nevada would be joining Oregon and Washington to reduce prescription drug costs through the implementation of a statewide drug discount card.
"This is a team effort, and it really does take a community to be able to deliver to the folks we represent and to make sure that people can live here, work here and raise their families here,” said Senator Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro. “This ArrayRX digital card is another tool in our toolbox to ensure that Nevadans can continue to afford the healthcare they need and to take care of their families.”
“We hope this free, easy to join program will be a benefit to Nevadans,” said Beth Slamowitz, PharmD, Senior Policy Advisor on Pharmacy for the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. “All FDA-approved prescriptions are eligible for discounts, and we encourage families to enroll every member for maximum savings. All Nevadans are eligible to join, but each must have their own digital ArrayRx Discount Card.”
- All Nevadans are eligible to enroll, regardless of age, income or citizenship
- Free digital discount card
- Easy to enroll online, takes only a couple minutes
- Discounts of up to 80% on certain medications
Attached to this release is a FAQ sheet in English and Spanish to share.