YourRxCard Affiliate Program Review

What Is YourRxCard?

It looks like YourRxCard is the first site to take advantage of the 50% coupon code ReviewMe is running this month. Instead of paying the regular $250 review price, YourRxCard will get it for only $125.00.

YourRxCard offers a free prescription drug card that allows you to save up to 75% on all FDA approved drugs at over 50,000 pharmacies nationwide. The card is free, there’s nothing to sign up for and you don’t even have to fill out any information to get a card. The site launched in May of last year and has nearly 10,000 members, who saved over $200,000 on prescriptions so far.

The YourRxCard Affiliate Program

The YourRxCard affiliate program offers a unique lifetime residual income plan. By referring people to the free prescription card, you’ll be paid a fee each time the member uses the card to fill a prescription. Depending on how many cards you successfully give out and the amount of prescriptions per month those cards generate you will be paid on volume as follows:

  • 0-500 scripts | $0.30 per script
  • 500-1000 scripts | $0.40 per script
  • 1000-5000 scripts | $0.50 per script
  • 5000+ scripts | $0.60 per script

You will be paid as long as the members continue to use the card. Since the card helps them to save money on their prescriptions, you should be paid for life, or until the members die.

For the right site, the YourRxCard affiliate program can be a very lucrative affiliate deal. Instead of being paid once for a sale, like most affiliate programs, YourRxCard is more like AGLOCO, where you will continue to be paid as a long as the member uses the card. Sign up enough free card users and this can create a nice passive income source.

Affiliate marketing is often overlooked by many bloggers and that is really too bad because it can be a big moneymaker if done correctly. Affiliate sales accounted for $545.00 of last month’s $3,440.66 blog income. That was enough to put it ahead of Google AdSense.

The beauty of affiliate marketing is it doesn’t have to take up any current ad space. Because the key to affiliate marketing is the presell, the proper way to do affiliate marketing is in the blog post.

When evaluating an affiliate deal, I look at many factors. The biggest factor is the ability to create a long-term residual income. This is why I like promoting AGLOCO so much. Sure, it’s nice to be paid $35 when I sell an SEOBook, or $25 when I sign up someone to Text Link Ads, but it’s better to be paid over and over again for something you did a long time ago. YourRxCard is that kind of affiliate program. If your site has the targeted readership for it, then you will definitely want to sign up.

YourRxCard Affiliate Program

19 thoughts on “YourRxCard Affiliate Program Review”

  1. damn John:

    I hate to say it but that review me review wasn’t the best you have done. I guess it is because they are targeting the wrong market, and your readers nor you from the looks of the post have any interest in their product.

    I remember you doing a review for that finance blog with 12 links to the site in it. This post has ALOT of links to your own posts, though I can understand you trying to build a better ranking in the Serps, but common JOHN!

    Anyway still love the site, and sorry for being so Harsh.

  2. John Chow says:

    Thanks for the review of my review. The IMM review was a blog and had a ton of information on it. YourRXCard is a commercial site and doesn’t have anywhere near the content as the Internet Marketing Monitor. Also, they asked me specifically to review their affiliate program.

  3. Thanks for taking it as constructive criticism, I didn’t want you to think that I was just some troll trying to ‘flame’ you.

    I’m glad that we can let you know when we think a post is not that great in our opinions without you editing it out! If you did that on my blog I would edit it so fast…

  4. Lee Dodd says:

    I really think the RX card is a great mention, applicable to a large % of your readers John. Nice review and a great product!

    1. Nomar says:

      Agree 🙂

  5. Mike says:

    Count me in as someone who will be giving this affiliate program a try. After reading over the program and talking to the man who runs it, this appears to be a very good opportunity not only for the affiliate, but for the end users as well. You get to make some money, and help people out at the same time. What a deal.

  6. Nomar says:

    Good review, I like their site to

  7. Do you realize that you misspelled their name twice, including once in a link? Is that what they get for 1/2 off? 🙂

  8. Soultrance says:

    I’d like to know how they can save their card users 70% on prescriptions without charging them anything?

    Sounds to me like they have a deal with drug companies to push specific brands or something.

    The info about the affiliate program was good, but overall it reminded me to much of a “get drugs cheap” spam email. Plus, being in Canada this kind of thing doesn’t really apply to me personally. 🙂

  9. OK, interesting review… I guess many of your readers are affiliate marketers – or considering promoting products as affiliates. But I’m not sure how many of your readers can easily reach an audience that would be interested in YourRxCard.

    On the other hand you did review that flower affiliate program some time ago – it would be interesting to get an update on that, how did it work out for them, did they get a lot of affiliates?

    1. John Chow says:

      Florist One was very happy with the review from what I hear. YourRxCard told me he got three new affiliates already.

      1. Marc says:

        It’s all about ROI 🙂

  10. Forrest says:

    This looks like a great opportunity for affiliate marketers. The on-going revenue stream could have huge possibilities.

  11. Marc says:

    The lifetime residuals are a very appealing element. That’s a pretty huge incentive for some.

  12. alex says:

    dude, enough with the ReviewMe. You should change your site to people don’t want to read a review of quite frankly terrible websites everyday. You have to give it a break cos there are plenty of other similar websites out there that people will read instead of yours.

    1. Interestingly enough, John updates the blog at least 2-3 times a day, so even if he has 1 review me review everyday the good content is still there. Also one good thing out of the review me reviews was I found out about netbusinessblog, and it really was a great blog. Nothing wrong with making money!

    2. Marc says:

      Actually what he’s doing is a great inspiration to many like myself. The website isn’t “terrible”. It offers a very interesting service. While that may not appeal to a large cross-section it’s still useful.

      Also John stands as an example of how to write good sponsored posts. This is a new area of advertising and many aren’t doing it right. Being able to send people over to to read examples is of benefit to both publishers, advertisers and readers.

  13. vijay says:

    cudnt post a comment even after refreshing the cache and cookies…

    damn.. i dont know whats wrong with my browser..

  14. Ian says:

    I’ll try out the program, and blog about it eventually. I like these kind of affiliate programs too, but you always have to take into account the longevity of the person offering the program. Like with the casinos, everyone who opted for the revenue share vs the immediately payout is SOL now.

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