The earliest you can request a refill is after two-thirds of the timeframe for your prescription has been completed (e.g., for a 90 day prescription, refills can be processed after 60 days).
Most members request refills three weeks before all their medication will be used.
How many days early can you refill a prescription?
Most pharmacies have policies to only fill these prescriptions a maximum of one or two days early. Filling a prescription 3 days early every month would supply the patient with an entire extra month of medication after just ten months.
Can I fill a 90 day prescription at CVS?
CVS Caremark offers you a way to save money on your long-term medicines* with 90-day supplies.** Now you can choose to fill your prescriptions at any CVS/pharmacy or with CVS Caremark Mail Service Pharmacy, for the same low price. All you have to do is opt for a 90-day supply. Either way, you’ll save.
How early can you refill a Schedule 3 prescription?
Schedule III and IV controlled substances expire after 6 months. Schedule III and IV controlled substances cannot be filled or refilled more than 5 times or more than 6 months after the date the prescription was issued, whichever occurs first. Schedule II prescriptions cannot be refilled.
Can I fill a prescription without insurance?
Can You Fill A Prescription Without Insurance? If you find yourself uninsured or underinsured (meaning not all your medications are covered) you can always fill your prescriptions at any pharmacy and pay cash or use a discount drug card to help reduce your prescription medication costs.