Easily transfer your prescription to any Gold participating pharmacy from the GoodRx Gold website! We use Transfer Assist to do all the work for you. Transferring your prescription has never been easier - just follow the simple instructions as illustrated below to get started:
Log in, and go to the Transfer a Prescription page
From the homepage of your account, scroll down until you see the gold Transfer a Prescription link, and click on it. You can also go directly to the Transfer page from here: https://gold.goodrx.com/transfer.
Start the transfer
From the Transfer Your Prescription page, click the gold Start a Transfer button.
Select your current pharmacy
Choose the pharmacy from the list that currently has your prescriptions on file. We’ll tell you if you can use GoodRx Gold at your current pharmacy. Then, click on the gold Continue button at the bottom of the page.
Select your new Gold pharmacy
On the next page, look through the list of Gold pharmacies in your area, and click on the one you would like to have your prescription(s) transferred to. Once you’ve selected your pharmacy, click the gold Continue button.
Select the Member
Choose the member or members on your account whose prescriptions you would like to transfer. You can select and unselect a member by clicking on the check box next to their name. Then, click on the gold Continue button to move on to the next step.
Provide phone number, prescription preference, and pharmacist notes
On the last page, you can transfer some or all of your prescriptions, and leave other notes for your pharmacist.
- Add your phone number so the pharmacy can contact you if there are any questions or concerns.
- Click on the Drop down and select the option to “Transfer All Prescriptions” or the option to only “Transfer Some Prescriptions.”
- Provide any additional information in the notes section that you want the pharmacist to know (i.e. what prescriptions you are transferring, any special requests, etc).
Once you hit the gold Continue button, we’ll send a fax to your new pharmacy with all of the information they’ll need to transfer your prescription. They may still need to call you if they have any questions about allergies, medication interactions, or the information you’ve entered.
If the transfer was successful, you should be taken to the Transfer Initiated page. You will be provided with the contact information and address for your new pharmacy. We recommend contacting them before going to the pharmacy to ensure the transfer was successful.