Activate Your Express Scripts Account Online

Are you a customer of Express Scripts? Would you like to pay your prescription order online to save your time? If yes, you can go to to activate your Express Scripts account and enjoy their online services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

How to Activate your Express Scripts member card:

Before your enter the website, you should found out your Member ID Number first. You may find your member ID number on your Express Scripts Member ID Card or Medical or Health Plan Card. If you don’t have a prescription or medical ID card, it’s your Social Security number.

To activate, just visit the above website link and enter your Member ID Number and other required information, then follow the instructions to complete the activation process.

Click here to activate now!

Now you have an account of, you can sign in to:

Pay your bill online — forget the stamps and envelopes.

Refill prescriptions online and stop making trips to the pharmacy.

Check your order status so you don’t have to wait by the mailbox.

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About Express Scripts:

Express Scripts Inc, headquartered in Cool Valley, Missouri, is the largest pharmacy benefit management company in the United States and Canada. It mainly provides care management and business services for health organizations, health benefits plans, employees and benefit plans funded by the Association. Their services include online insurance processing, mail medical insurance handling, benefit plan design consultation, drug use review, prescription management, disease management, medical and drug data analysis, medical information management and accident consulting.

8 Comments on "Activate Your Express Scripts Account Online"

  1. Robert Nall | June 4, 2014 at 5:21 am |

    Cannot activate my card. Says my user name is alreadt in use. No way. Please provide a phone number to call?

  2. I tried to activate mine too – got the site is down message. I did call the number on the back of the card and got a customer rep right away (at 6:30 am). She told me the cards don’t require activation(??). I said there is a sticker on the card that says to go to a website to activate. She said she knows. So if you have problems I would suggest you just call but I think that activation thing is in error.

  3. I tried to activate my new card as suggested on the red sticker attached to the card. No luck on the internet or either of the phone numbers on the back.

    This card is a replacement made upon the death of my husband, Platt C. Holden: 3/25/30; deceased 5/31/14. I have returned all necessary documents. Please advise how I can activate this card. I cannot be without prescription medication. Judith S. Holden

  4. Unable to register. Informed my e-mail is already used by someone. Also told my name is already registered – maybe, but combined with spouse’s name & his birthday? I have not had trouble before!

  5. Kenneth Roberts | August 24, 2014 at 12:42 pm |

    I tried to activate my replacement card on line as recommended by your instruction on the red tape.
    The web site was pre-occupided with having me download additional programs that I did not request, none of which were useful.

    Still not activated.

  6. If this is an indication of how E Scripts has their act together, we should have stayed whth Etna home Prescriptionc.

  7. Liz Buffington | September 23, 2014 at 2:57 pm |

    I’ve had the same problem and finally gave up and called the number on back of our cards. Not sure it will help any of you, but the number on our card is 800-367-3636. As soon as the recording comes on I say “respresentative”. I don’t want to listen to any recording, I want to talk to a human. I was connected to a very nice man. He asked a few questions to verify everthing and then told me our cards are now activated. Maybe this will help some of you. (We’re TRS – Care…not sure if that makes any difference)

  8. Adele Yearry | March 7, 2016 at 9:22 am |

    I also tried to activate my new script card, and like many others I’m reading about I’m not the only one.
    Just another issue with this company.

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