Prescription costs depend on the type of drug and where you fill your prescription.
- $0 copayment for up to a 90-day supply of most prescriptions
- Not all drugs are available. Call first to check
- Non-formulary drugs aren't usually filled
You can get up to a 90-day supply for most prescriptions.
- $0 for generic formulary drugs
- $13 for brand-name formulary drugs
- $43 for non-formulary drugs, unless you establish medical necessity
You can get up to a 30-day supply of most prescriptions.
- $5 for generic formulary drugs
- $17 for brand-name formulary drugs
- $44 for non-formulary drugs, unless you establish medical necessity
You can have a 90-day prescription filled, but you will pay for each 30-day supply.
You'll pay more to have prescriptions filled at non-network pharmacies, including host nation pharmacies overseas. Your costs depend on your plan and the type of drug.
- Active duty service members will receive a full reimbursement after they file a claim.
- If you use a Prime option, you'll pay a 50% cost share after the point of service deductible is met.
- If you use TRICARE Standard/Extra, TRICARE Reserve Select, TRICARE Retired Reserve or TRICARE Young Adult pay:
- Formulary-Generic or Brand Name: $17 or 20% of the total cost, whichever is greater, after you meet the annual deductible
- Non-Formulary: $44 or 20% of the total cost, whichever is greater, after you meet the annual deductible