Yes. In most cases, you can find prices and coupons that will discount any quantity your prescription has been written for.
I don't see prices for my quantity on GoodRx
The GoodRx website and mobile app will allow you to select or enter any custom quantity to match your prescription.
After searching for your prescription, click on the tab in the Prescription Settings bar that shows the listed quantity, and a drop-down menu will appear with a few options to choose from. If you don't see your quantity in the options listed, locate the "Enter a custom quantity" box at the bottom of this drop-down menu. Enter your custom quantity into this box and select the blue "SET" button when you are done. The prices will reload to show you coupons matching your exact quantity.
To learn more about updating your prescription's form, strength, and quantity, click here.
Can GoodRx coupons be used to fill any day supply or quantity?
GoodRx coupons can be used for virtually any quantity as long as it is within the 90-day supply limit and within the FDA daily recommended dose.
1. Day Supply Limits
GoodRx coupons can be used to purchase up to a 90-day supply of your prescription. Pharmacy systems cannot process these discounts for more than 90 days at one time.
Please keep in mind that GoodRx prices are based on the actual quantity you are filling rather than the day supply, and you will need to be sure you are using a coupon for your specific quantity (up to a 90-day supply).
For example, if your prescription is written for 180 tablets of 10mg atorvastatin (twice a day) over 90 days, you can use a GoodRx coupon to fill the prescription. However, if your prescription was being filled for 180 tablets of 10mg atorvastatin (one tablet per day) over 180 days, the GoodRx coupon could not be applied because the prescription is being filled for more than 90 days.
2. Dosing Limits
The quantity cannot exceed the FDA daily recommended dose. A discount for a quantity that is over the FDA daily recommended dose cannot be processed in the pharmacy's system. For example, if the FDA recommends no more than 300mg per day of "x," your prescription for "x" must be no more than 300mg per day.