Non-Network Pharmacy

At non-network pharmacies, you'll have to 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. >>Find a TRICARE Network Pharmacy.

Other Overseas Areas

If you're overseas (other than a U.S. territory), you fill your prescriptions at an overseas pharmacy. Overseas pharmacies are non-network pharmacies, but sometimes, an overseas pharmacy may be your only option. You will have to pay full price first and then file a claim for reimbursement.

Changes to TRICARE Retail Network Pharmacies
Starting Dec. 15, 2021, CVS Pharmacy has joined the TRICARE network. At the same time, Walmart, Sam's Club, and some community pharmacies are no longer in the network. >>Learn more

You may be able to use an online scheduling tool to book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment at a DoD vaccination site.

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Quantity limits vary by type of pharmacy:

Exceptions can be made if your provider establishes medical necessity.

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You must have your prescriptions filled at a TRICARE-certified pharmacy

Last Updated 11/30/2021