You can use most GoodRx discounts instead of your Medicare Part D or Advantage plan if the GoodRx price is less than your co-pay. However, you can't combine the two—you can't use a GoodRx coupon to lower your co-pay. If the pharmacist tries to process the discount with your medicare information, the discount will not be applied.
It is important to note that while the vast majority of discounts can be used by Medicare-eligible patients, some discounts that are listed for brand name drugs cannot. We display a notice when you open this type of coupon to make consumers aware. If you come across one of these coupons, we do have other coupons available - just click "I don't qualify. Please show me other options" to open the next lowest priced coupon.
As long as you are not using your medicare or an InsideRx Brand Discount, pharmacies are contractually obligated to accept the coupons under most circumstances, so you shouldn't run into any issues.
If you do have any trouble while you're at the pharmacy, we always recommend having the pharmacist call the phone number on the coupon while you're in the pharmacy, and someone from the help line will be able to speak to the pharmacist to resolve the issue before you leave. If you aren't able to call or if they aren't able to reach a resolution please click here to fill out our secure coupon issue form, so we can look into this issue further.