At non-network pharmacies:
- You'll pay full price for your prescription drugs and file a claim for reimbursement.
- Reimbursements are subject to deductible or out-of-network cost shares, and copayments.
- All deductibles must be met before we can reimburse you. >>Learn More
U.S. and U.S. Territories
If you're in the U.S. or U.S. territories, you should only visit a non-network pharmacy as your last option.
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1Includes activatedCalled or ordered to active duty service for more than 30 days in a row. Guard/Reserve Members
Other Overseas Areas
If you're overseas (other than a U.S. territory), you fill your prescriptions at an overseas retail pharmacy. Overseas retail pharmacies are non-network pharmacies, but sometimes, an overseas retail pharmacy may be your only option. You will have to pay full price first and then file a claim for reimbursement.
|Non-Network (Overseas Retail2)Pharmacies in all other Overseas Areas
|Who You Are
||What You Pay
|All Beneficiaries Enrolled in a TRICARE Prime Overseas Plan
|| You will get a full reimbursement when you file your claim.
|Active Duty Family Members using
TRICARE Standard Overseas & Beneficiaries Using
TRICARE Reserve Select
|20% cost share after you meet your annual deductible
|All Other Beneficiaries
||25% cost share after you meet your annual deductible
2 filling prescriptions in the Philippines, you must use a certified pharmacy or we may deny your claim.