First, you'll want to make sure that you have selected the correct plan and copay stage. If you need to update your plan information, we'll show you how here. If you have the correct plan information selected, it's possible the price has recently updated.
GoodRx uses Medicare data from a government agency that supplies data to third parties. We receive updates a few times a year, but sometimes our data can fall behind the current information for your plan. GoodRx matches the information on Medicare.gov as best as we can, but prices can change throughout the year.
If you have questions or concerns about your plan's coverage or co-pay costs, we always recommend contacting your Medicare provider directly.
You can also go to https://www.medicare.gov/find-a-plan/questions/home.aspx to enter your zip code and choose your plan and medication to get an estimated cost for your prescriptions.
While Medicare prices are estimates, GoodRx coupon prices are as accurate as possible, and pharmacies are obligated to accept these discounts. While we work to get Medicare prices updated, you can remove your plan from the search to view GoodRx prices for your pharmacy instead.