Most Americans assume that drug prices are regulated or fixed, but that’s simply not true. Prices vary wildly from pharmacy to pharmacy; in fact, two drug stores across the street from each other can have completely different prices for the same prescription—especially when it comes to generic medications.
You wouldn't book a plane ticket without comparing prices to find the best deal, right? Well, with prescription drugs costing as much as a plane ticket in some cases, it's easy to see why Americans should also be comparing prices for their medications. And that’s where GoodRx comes in.
GoodRx offers unbiased price and coupon information to help you compare and save the most money on your prescriptions whether it’s with our coupons or a pharmacy's already low retail price. Nobody else does that!
On GoodRx, you'll find:
- negotiated drug discount coupons
- pharmacy cash prices
- pharmacy membership prices
- manufacturer coupons and assistance programs
- retail and some mail order pharmacies
Here’s what’s important to remember with GoodRx:
- We'll always show you the lowest price first.
We gather all of the best prices for each drug and pharmacy, sort through these prices, and ensure the lowest price appears first. Simply click on the pharmacy name to see other available prices.
- We'll always let you know if there is a fee or obligation to access a certain price.
GoodRx is entirely free to use, but some pharmacies charge annual fees to access their membership prices. And some assistance programs have income-related or other restrictions. Don't worry—we'll let you know if this affects you.
- We'll always provide instructions on how to pay the lowest listed price at the pharmacy counter.
GoodRx only lists licensed U.S. pharmacies, and we only display prices that pharmacies are either advertising themselves or are contractually obligated to provide. If a pharmacy fails to honor a price we quote, please let us know.