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Prescription Drug Discount Card

(HARTFORD, CT, OCT. 6, 2023) – Governor Ned Lamont and Comptroller Sean Scanlon announced that effective today, Connecticut residents can now enroll in a newly launched program enabling them to receive a discount card that can be presented at pharmacies to receive savings on certain medication.

The discount card is provided through ArrayRx, a multistate consortium Connecticut recently joined that has a goal of providing accessible pharmacy solutions for state partners. Other participating states include Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. The multistate consortium uses the leverage of bulk purchasing to offer up to 80% savings on generic prescription drugs and 20% savings on name-brand prescription drugs.

To receive a discount card, Connecticut residents must apply online at A valid physical Connecticut address and e-mail address are required to enroll. The card is provided to consumers digitally via e-mail and can be downloaded to smartphone wallets. There is no cost to receive a discount card, and there are no age or income restrictions.

Authorization for Connecticut to join the partnership was established by a provision of Governor Lamont’s health care affordability bill, which was approved by the General Assembly and signed into law earlier this year (Public Act 23-171). The program is administered by the Office of the State Comptroller.

Anyone can visit to search for their prescription and see the cost at local pharmacies, even before signing up. Some examples of potential savings include:

Product Name

Approximate Cash Price*

Approximate Price with ArrayRx discount*

(20mg – 30 tablets)



Albuterol Sulfate
(1 inhaler)



(40mg – 30 tablets)



(10mg – 30 tablets)



Penicillin V Potassium
(500mg – 28 tablets)



*This is the approximate cost at the time of publishing and is subject to change.

For more information on how the ArrayRx discount card works, including a list of frequently asked questions and a drug price lookup tool, visit

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