Because you are a member of South Plains Electric, a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, you receive discounts on products and services from participating local and national businesses and over 60,000 pharmacies. This is just one more way you benefit from being a cooperative member. There is no charge to you for this program.
Pharmacy Discount Program*
South Plains Electric Cooperative members receive discounts on prescriptions by showing their Co-op Connections Card at over 60,000 participating pharmacies. Use the links above to find a pharmacy near you, or call 1-800-800-7616 to speak to someone directly.
Saving money when you shop is getting easier all the time. Whether it is a one-shop local merchant or a huge national chain, our list of businesses and discounts is always growing! Search Retail Discounts above to find deals on hotels, car rentals, local restaurants, automotive services and much more.
Your Co-op Connections cards are free. If you need a replacement card, please stop by any of our offices, email us with your name and address, or call our Member Services Department at 806.775.7766 and we'll gladly mail you a new card. Better yet, you can now download a copy of your card online.
Healthy Savings Discounts
The same program that offers discounts at local and national merchants and saves South Plains Electric Cooperative members on prescriptions, now offers significant savings on dental, vision, chiropractic and hearing services.
*Pharmacy discounts are not insurance, and are not intended as a substitute for insurance.
How much will I save?
The discounts save you 10% to 60% on prescriptions at over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide, including CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Target and more.
How much does the feature cost?
Your pharmacy discounts are provided as part of your Co-op Connections program at no cost.
Does everyone in my family need an individual card?
No. One card may be used by the entire family.
I just received my card. Can I use it right away?
Yes, just present your card and prescription at a participating retail pharmacy to receive a discount at the time of purchase.
I’ve lost my card. How can I get a replacement card?
Print one from the link above, email your request, stop by any South Plains Electric Cooperative office or call 806.775.7766 for a replacement card.
How are these pharmacy discounts different from traditional prescription insurance?
This plan is not insurance; it is a pharmacy discount offer. The card provides immediate discounts at the pharmacy. Upon presenting your card to the pharmacist, you will pay the lower of a discounted price or the pharmacy’s regular retail price. There are no forms to fill out and no limit to the number of times you can use the card. These discounts are available only at participating retail pharmacies.
Can I use my Co-op Connections card with my current insurance benefit to reduce my costs?
Your card cannot be used with insurance. However, use your card to purchase prescriptions not covered by your insurance plans at a discounted rate.
Where can I get a list of pharmacies that accept the card?
The Co-op Connections card is accepted at over 60,000 retail pharmacies nationwide, including CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Target and more. You can find participating pharmacy locations using the Search by Pharmacies tool or by calling 800.800.7616.
Will I always receive the lowest price?
Yes. You will receive the best price available to you through this program at the pharmacy. On occasion, pharmacies will price a particular medication lower than the discount rate provided by the card. If that occurs, you will receive the lower price.
Can I find out the discounted price of my prescriptions before going to the pharmacy?
Yes, if you know the name, strength and quantity of the medication, you can find the discounted price of the medication using the Search by Prescription tool.
Why did the price of my prescription change since my last purchase?
Drug prices are different from pharmacy to pharmacy. Even chains have different prices in their stores depending on the population they serve. Additionally, manufacturers’ drug prices change periodically.