The Problem with Prescriptions
In America, prescription drugs cost too much. The #1 reason Americans don’t take their medications as prescribed is cost.
Prescription drug prices are not regulated. The cost of a prescription may differ by more than $100 between pharmacies across the street from each other! Right now, generic Lipitor costs $150 at one major pharmacy chain but the exact same medication is FREE at a pharmacy across the street.
If you have insurance - it isn’t helping like it used to. In the past 10 years, insurance companies have passed 25-80% more of the cost of drugs onto patients. Many insurance plans have high deductibles or limited formularies that don't cover the drugs you need. You'll be surprised to learn that there are many discounts available that will provide lower prices than your copay, and some pharmacies have special generic priced medications for $4 or even free without insurance.
If you don't have insurance - prices for most drugs at most pharmacies are very high for the uninsured patient. However, there are many ways to save 80% or more - we'll show you how!
The GoodRx Solution
Each month, GoodRx provides discounts that save hundreds of thousands of Americans millions of dollars.
GoodRx gathers millions of current prices, available discounts, and savings tips for prescriptions at pharmacies across America. We show you how much you’ll pay and whether switching pharmacies or using a specific discount or savings tip will help you save money.
The average GoodRx customer saves $276 a year on their prescriptions.
GoodRx is 100% free. No personal information is required, and there's nothing to lose except high prices!