This post reveals my analysis result about the SingleCare reviews from actual users. This article also shares my findings on the major benefits you can enjoy by using the SingleCare service. You can also find the popularity trend of their service over the past 5 years. Let’s first find out SingleCare.
What is SingleCare?
SingleCare’s trademark product is a discount card for prescription drugs. They started their mission since 2014 to help millions of Americans by providing a better way to save on their prescriptions. The pharmacy savings card is free to use, and they claim that there are no hidden fees or obligations. SingleCare does not have anything to do with insurance.
How to Use It?
There is no complicated procedure to benefit from SingleCare. All you need is a single SingleCare card. You bring the card to any partnered pharmacies and show the card to get a discount. SingleCare says that they have boasts a network of 35,000 pharmacies in the U.S. And, you can enjoy up to 80% on around 50,000 types of drugs. Before you pay at one of the partnered pharmacies, you can ask the staff to process your prescription using the BIN and PCN number on your saving card.
How to get a card?
Getting a card is quite simple. You visit their website and sign up following their instructions. Since SingleCare is not insurance, the signing up process is easy and quick. And, it is totally free. Once finished, SingleCare will send you an email to confirm your join. You can also use their free app to sign up.
Where can you use it?
SingleCare’s discount card can be used country-wide at more than 35,000 pharmacy stores. There are large names such as CVS, Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Kroger, Fry’s, Harris Teeter, and Duane Reade. To check a medication price or to find if your pharmacy accepts the SingleCare card, you can use this link. SingleCare has both Android and iOS apps, and you can also use it for search.
Where can’t you use it?
As just mentioned, you can use the card at many pharmacies. Currently, you cannot use the card on the dental, eye, doctor visit, in-patient surgery, hospitalization, emergency medical services, or oncology services.
How Actual Buyers Think About SingleCare?
When you consider to buy a product or to use a service, you will wonder how other actual buyers think about it. That is very natural and wise behavior because by gathering the information, you can make a better decision. If they are dissatisfied with it, they won’t recommend it. If they are happy, they will leave positive comments and speak positive things about it. If we can combine and summarize those comments, we will have great knowledge of the actual quality of the product, which will lead to a better decision.
That’s what I am going to do for you. I used more than 500 reviews people left on TrustPilot and summarized those data to generate pretty graphs and charts. Those visuals will allow you to understand the overall sentiments the customers had toward SingleCare service and discount cards. They are also extremely easy to understand.
SingleCare Positive Word Cloud
In a word cloud, some words will appear bigger because those specific words were more frequently used among customers. So, the bigger the more frequent, thus, if those big words are positive, it proves that most of the customers had a positive experience. Have a look at the word cloud of SingleCare.
The word cloud above should have given you a good impression on SingleCare. The most frequent word that actual customers used in their reviews was “great”. Other big words are also positive – “saved”, “good”, “easy”, “best”, “helped”, “discount”, and many more. Just by looking at the word cloud, we can learn that most of the people were satisfied with the product.
The word cloud tells you what descriptive words people used for the product. There is another angle we can use to understand the SingleCare customer reviews. That is by categorizing the reviews into a type of 10 sentiments. While I used the review titles for the word cloud above, I used the review contents for the sentiment analysis. The result is the graph below.
I was able to run my sentiment analysis code to find out what specific sentiments people had over the product. As we could guess from the word cloud, most of the review contents were positive. Of course, there were negative contents. I haven’t seen any review that is all positive. Despite the negative reviews, overall, people wrote positive reviews contents for the product.
Another type of analysis I often use for a product review is using Google Trend. It is an extremely helpful service by Google that gives you a historical Google search trend. My idea is that if a product or a company can maintain or can increase its search volume over many years, it supports the quality of the product. If a product is bad, people won’t show their interest and eventually will never search for the product anymore. Then, how is the trend of SingleCare?
The trend line above shows quite a firm movement over the past 5 years. This proves that people have shown a consistent interest in the product for a long period of time. Notice that this is a US trend and the level of interest varies by state. If we break the trend down by state:
The ranking shows that the biggest interest came from Mississippi followed by Alabama, Arkansas, West Virginia, and Tennessee. Although states showed a different amount of interest, there was not a huge gap, which I sometimes witnessed when I review other products. This means that SingleCare has been recognized by most of the states.
Discount for the Top 10 Prescription Drugs
In this section, we will find out the most popular prescription medications in the U.S. And, I will use the list to give you an idea of how much discount you can get from the Single Care card. For comparison, I used a zip code in Mississippi. For reference, I looked at this article on Business Insider.
Each drug section has a link to where you can have more details and get discount information from SingleCare.
10. Motrin (ibuprofen) to treat fever and inflammation
According to the article, Motrin, alongside with naproxen and aspirin, is a type of medications known as non-steroidal and anti-inflammatory drugs. Usually, doses of 200mg or less can be purchased over the counter. To buy more, you need to have a prescription. The effect of the medication is reducing inflammation that can result in heat, fever, pain, swelling, or movement loss.
As I searched Motrin prices on the SingleCare website, it appeared as Children’s Motrin. The result told me (you can also check it by visiting the link) that the average price for $14 for 30 tablets, each 800mg. But, using the SingleCare card, you can save up to 80% and purchase the same amount at $5.49. To do so, you will have to download the coupon from the website.
9. Zofran (ondansetron) to prevent nausea
The 9th popular prescription drug is called Zofran, and it is used to alleviate nausea for those who have gone through chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery. This SingleCare comparison page tells us that for 10 tablets, each 4mg, it costs $43.99. But, with the SingleCare discount, you can purchase them at $31.05.
8. Glucophage (metformin) to treat diabetes
Glucophage is a medication to treat type 2 diabetes, and it regulates blood sugar levels by reducing glucose production in the liver. The SingleCare result showed me that 60 tablets of each 500mg are around $7.83. However, with the SingleCare coupon, you can purchase them at around $4.
7. Lipitor (atorvastatin) to treat high cholesterol
Lipitor is a drug that helps to reduce cholesterol. SingleCare adds that it decreases “bad” cholesterol and fats including LDL and triglycerides. Plus, it helps to increase “good” cholesterol, HDL, in the blood. Atorvastatin tablet is the generic version of Lipitor. The average price of Lipitor is around $249.99 for 90, 10mg tablets. However, if you use the SingleCare Lipitor coupons, you can reduce the price down to $9.00 at participating pharmacies.
6. Prinivil, Zestril (lisinopril) to treat hypertension
SingleCare explains that Prinivil (lisinopril) is usually to treat high blood pressure for children from six and older and adults. Prinivil also is used to treat heart failure and to help survival after a heart attack. The normal cost of the drug is about $15.99, but you can pay as low as $3.00 by using the SingleCare coupon.
5. Neurontin (gabapentin) to treat seizures and nerve pain
Neurontin is used to treat seizures and pain due to shingles. Neurontin is the generic Gabapentin. The average Gabapentin price is near $104 for 90 capsules, each 400mg. But, if you use the SingleCare’s offer, you can purchase them at the discounted price of $13.27.
4. Amoxil (amoxicillin) to treat infections
Amoxil is used to treat many types of bacterial infections. It is antibiotic penicillin. Amoxicillin is a generic drug that is known by a few brand names such as Amoxil, Biomax, and Polymax. On average, the price of Amoxicillin is about $12.99, but with the SingleCare’s coupons, you can pay the lowest price of $5.22.
3. Delasone, Sterapred (prednisone) to treat arthritis
Prednisone is used to treat various conditions including blood disorders, arthritis, breathing problems, cancer, eye problems, and immune system disorders. It decreases your immune system reaction to a variety of diseases to alleviate swelling and allergic reaction symptoms. The average price of the drug is around $11.99 for 100 tablets, 1mg each. With the SingleCare’s coupons, you can purchase them at around $3.00.
2. Synthroid, Levoxyl, Unithroid (levothyroxine) to treat hypothyroidism
Levothyroxine is used to treat hypothyroidism (or underactive thyroid). The average price of Levoxyl is around $91 for 30 tablets, each 50mcg each. The SingleCare’s saving offer allows you to get as high as 80% discount on this drug.
1. Vicodin, Norco, Xodol (hydrocodone/acetaminophen) to treat pain
According to SingleCare, Norco is a narcotic analgesic medication that is used to treat moderate or severe pain. Hydrocodone-acetaminophen is the generic version of Norco. The Norco’s average price is around $317 for 100 tablets, each 325mg or 5mg oral tablet. But, by using the SingleCare card, you can have significant savings on those drugs.
As I researched the benefits of SingleCare, I found that many people had a positive experience with the SingleCare discount card. My analysis of customer reviews and Google Trend supported and proved the fact that the card actually saved people’s money thus made them happy. The section explaining the top 10 prescription drugs in the U.S. gave us an idea of how much you can save by the discount card. Since signing up is totally free and there is no contract, you can easily try this card and enjoy benefits.