Prescription savings card available for all Nevadans

Enrollment open for digital ArrayRx Discount Card

Carson City October 03, 2022

As of Sept. 30, more than 9,400 Nevadans have enrolled for the digital ArrayRx prescription discount card announced by Governor Steve Sisolak in late September.

Currently, the digital card is accepted at almost 94% of Nevada pharmacies and 11 counties have 100% retail pharmacy participation in the program intended to save consumers money on their prescriptions. The digital savings card, available to all Nevadans, is a partnership between Oregon, Washington and Nevada, originally announced by the Governor in his State of the State address.

“This card is one more option for Nevadans and is available to everyone. We hope it is a benefit for those who may be uninsured, underinsured or have a high deductible plan,” said Beth Slamowitz, PharmD, Senior Policy Advisor on Pharmacy for the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.

Nevadans can enroll for the ArrayRx Discount Card at The program is free for everyone, and each member of a family can enroll for their own unique subscriber ID number.

This digital discount card differs from other available prescription savings cards as there is no cost to the consumer to enroll, and no transaction or marketing fees for participating pharmacies.

Once enrolled online, the card is ready to use at the pharmacy and can be used to save money on any U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drug. Savings will vary, but the average savings is 80% for generic drugs and 18% for brand name drugs.

For more information or to enroll go to or call customer service at 800-913-4146.


Shannon Litz
Public Information Officer, Nevada Department of Health and Human Services