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Multiple Rx, one easy box

Manage your Rx with multi-dose packs at no added cost1 Footnote one. Each box contains a 30-day supply, delivered to your home2 Footnote two or local CVS Pharmacy®, all backed by trusted CVS pharmacists.

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CVS Pharmacy prepackaged medication box with pill pack partially pulled out.

Know exactly what you're taking and when

An easier way to stay on track at no added cost.1 Footnote one

Multi-dose pill pack with prescription label highlighting 5 specific sections that make the label easy to use and understand. Those details are:
  1. 1 Your name
  2. 2 Icons for time to take
  3. 3 Date to take
  4. 4 Dosage strength
  5. 5 Medicine name & description


Multi-dose packs are provided without additional cost. To align prescriptions on a 30-day cycle, one or more additional co-pays may be required by your plan. Your pharmacist will discuss if necessary.

Yes. When you sign up for this service, your prescriptions will all be filled by CVS Pharmacy®.

Yes. We fill and bill all medications on the same day. We will adjust your filling day to the date that is easiest for you to pay. Please let us know your preference.

Please notify CVS Pharmacy® of ANY changes made by your health care provider as soon as possible to ensure your order is accurate and ready on time. Prior to filing your packs each month, we will also complete a check-in call with you to confirm your current medications and address any needed changes.

Yes. As a caregiver, you can sign up on behalf of the person you're caring for.

Any medication outside your monthly regimen can be picked up at your local CVS Pharmacy®.

Yes. We can easily include over-the-counter medications in your packs as long as they have been prescribed to you. They can be transferred easily or we can request a prescription for your over-the-counter medication directly from your physician.

Your medications can be shipped to the CVS Pharmacy® of your choice or directly to your home2 Footnote two at no added cost.

CVS® customers are better than most at staying on prescriptions … which tends to make you healthier.5 Footnote five

Multi-dose packaging makes your scripts easier to take. One of the many ways CVS can help.

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Getting started is easy

Have multiple Rx and want to enroll? Here's what to have on hand:

  • A list of your medications and prescribers
  • Your current pharmacy location
  • Billing and insurance information
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1 Footnote one Multi-dose packaging is provided without additional fees. Drug costs may change when prescriptions are transferred to a new pharmacy or change from a 90-day prescription to a 30-day prescription. To align prescriptions on a 30-day cycle, 1 or more additional co-pays may be required by the patient's plan. Not all medications can be included in the multi-dose packs. Please contact your CVS Pharmacy® team for additional information. Back to footnote one

2 Footnote two Some restrictions may apply. Back to footnote two

3 Footnote three Available 24/7 in select states and stores. Back to footnote three

4 Footnote four You must enroll in both the ExtraCare® and ExtraCare Pharmacy & Health Rewards® program to earn Pharmacy & Health ExtraBucks Rewards®. An individual can earn up to $50 in Pharmacy & Health ExtraBucks Rewards in a calendar year in connection with the program. See program rules for details at or ask a CVS pharmacist for a copy. Rewards cannot be earned on any prescriptions purchased in AR, NJ or NY; any prescriptions transferred to a CVS Pharmacy® in AL, MS or OR; any controlled substance prescriptions purchased in HI or LA; or where otherwise prohibited by law. CVS Pharmacy reserves the right to modify or terminate the ExtraCare Pharmacy & Health Rewards program. Back to footnote four

5 Footnote five Based on 2019 study of national retail chain customer prescription adherence for diabetes, hypertension and hyperlipidemia medications. Back to footnote five