A few months ago, my physcian gave me an oxycontin savings card. It was good through 03-31-2011, but I received a new one good till 03-31-2012. I called the company to see what it actually did and how it worked. The card is reusable every two weeks towards the purchase or oxycontin. So, if your co pay is more than $70, you can just buy your meds every two weeks, instead of every month, and save $140 monthly. IT is not usable with Medicare or Medicaid.Only one patient per card. The card cannot be used by plans that reimburse the entire cost of your meds, government funded health programs, . In Massachusetts, it is for cash paying patients only. The card is issued by the manufacturer, Purdue, and there is an 800 number to call when you first get it. I will start using mine next week . I have Medco insurance for my scripts. My co pay for my dosage is around $65 A MONTH, SO I am hoping that they will pay the entire cost of my script each month. I had to get 20 pills till my physcian got back in town, and had to pay a copay of $20 for those, and the total cost was over $150 for the twenty tablets. AS I have to get a months worth later this week, I waited to use my card then. These cards are given to the physcians, ask for one if you are on oxycontin, and have insurance co pays. Up till this month, I was able to get my 90 tablets a month for $5, as they were generic. Unfortunately, there are no more generic available , at least in my town in Missouri.