Prescriptions delivered right to you
Express Scripts provides a convenient way to get your prescriptions. If you take medication on a regular, ongoing basis, you can have it delivered right to your door.
Getting started with home delivery
Choose an option that’s most convenient for you. Please note: It’s recommended that you have a 30-day supply of medication on hand before your first order.
Benefits of Home Delivery
You’ll appreciate the convenience and confidence that comes with getting your maintenance medication delivered safely and securely right to you, even overseas.1 There are many benefits of delivery:
Save money compared to a retail pharmacy with up to a 90-day supply of your medication
FREE standard shipping is included in your benefits
Start automatic refills and know that you'll have your medication before you need it
Manage your medication, anytime, anywhere, through the Express Scripts Mobile App
Enjoy the privacy of online orders and access to a pharmacist 24/7
Avoid lines and exposure to illness
Your medication history is checked for potentially harmful interactions.
Medications are delivered to you in a plain, weather-resistant packaging
You save money with Home Delivery compared to using a retail network pharmacy.
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Medication is free for active duty members; copayments remain the same as the 2017 rates for dependent survivors of Active Duty Service Members and medically retired service members and their dependents. Active Duty is $0 copayment for formulary drugs. Chart does not include using non-network retail pharmacies and represents the TRICARE copayments effective as of February 1, 2018.
Using Home Delivery with Other Health Insurance (OHI)
In addition to TRICARE, many beneficiaries have additional insurance coverage, often through their employer, Medicare Part D, or another private insurance program. If you have OHI with a prescription plan, you’re not eligible to use home delivery unless one of the following applies to you:
- Your OHI does not cover pharmacy benefits.
- Your medication is not covered by your OHI.
- You’ve met your OHI’s benefit cap (i.e., you have met your benefit’s maximum coverage limit).
- 1. If you have an APO/FPO address or assigned to a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Beneficiaries residing in Germany must use a military pharmacy or host nation pharmacy.