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  1. Ive used GOODRX and found it to be for real ands helpful.

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    I'm on Medicare and have the Part D prescription plan. It seems like every year, this plan I have drops yet another prescription and I'm no longer covered. I've had some luck with GoodRX in the past so was hopeful today when I checked on the price of a new migraine med - the new Zomig nasal spray.

    Of course it's not covered on my plan and priced out at $519! So they ran GoodRX and another discount plan through for me to see if they could get it lower. Savings = $2.00. So I'll be passing on that script for now!

    I think the savings depends on the med and if it's available in a generic.
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    I lost my job because our shop closed and of course not eligible for medical insurance government provides. So I use GoodRx quite often. It will not save you 80% on everything, but on most of the generics I paid nearly nothing. Sorry I only completed 10 grades and dropped out, lived on the streets, now I get a life and everything was awesome for 18 years working for 1 place, no drugs, only medications, now I can’t even fill Lipitor without going around the web. Thank you this Forum is so much I don’t know where to start.
    How did you become an MD with only a 10th grade education?
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  5. I’m another fan of GoodRX. My mother has Medicare, and a few years ago a dermatologist prescribed her some kind of cream because her scalp was itching. I nearly died when she told me it was something like $125. (That was a bit unusual because her Medicare supplement normally helps quite a bit with meds.) I quickly sent her a link to GoodRX, and it saved her over $100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawston View Post
    Of course it's not covered on my plan and priced out at $519! So they ran GoodRX and another discount plan through for me to see if they could get it lower. Savings = $2.00. So I'll be passing on that script for now!

    I think the savings depends on the med and if it's available in a generic.
    My insurance doesn’t cover Vyvanse. That cost me $320 at CVS. But the RX card gave me about $80 off. Still not a sustainable practice, but it was good enough to see if the med was worth it. It’s not. Adderall is waaaaaay cheaper.
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    I found out that a number of drug companies offer free prescriptions for a certain amount of time after it’s just released (or in some cases of hardship). My state is the ONLY state in the country that does not allow it.

    I was thinking of trying the new migraine med, Amovig which is not covered by any plan yet and costs over $500/month to see if it helps me. Unfortunately I’m not about to spend that on an unproven but my sister in a different state gets a year of injections for free!

    My real beef is why should people be paying different prices for the same prescription anyway? Same with medical visits and especially procedure. It’s like the big guy in front of me at Target pays $50 for a chair and the clerk says I have to pay $75 because I’m smaller. Seriously, does this seem right?

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  9. goodrx works but make sure your script matches the goodrx price. my don was prescribed an inhaler significantly cheaper on goodrx but because the amount was different they wouldn't accept the coupon. you then have to get the doctor to prescribe the exact dosage/container to match the coupon.

    just had a uti and doctor prescribes a $100 antibiotic for something that a four dollar prescription will cure. don't doctors have any ideas about pricing? i asked for amoxicillin instead. a number of pharmacies have a four dollar med list. i'm thinking of bringing one to appointments and then telling the doctor to choose from the list.
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