Yes. Prescription drug prices are not regulated, and prices will vary for the same drug at different pharmacies. In fact, the cost of a prescription may differ by more than $100 between pharmacies just across the street from each other!
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.
Can I use the same coupon at multiple pharmacies?
You can use the coupons at any pharmacy, but you may receive a higher price if the coupon is not used at the designated pharmacy.
GoodRx has several partners that work with pharmacies to negotiate lower drug prices. Each of these negotiated discount prices is specific to the prescription and pharmacy.
For example, in the image below you will see three prices for the same prescription at three different pharmacies.
The price of $83.34 is only available at Walgreens when you use the designated Walgreens coupon. You would not be able to receive the price of $83.34 if you used the Walgreens coupon at another pharmacy like Rite-Aid or CVS. Using the Walgreens coupon at CVS may pull up an even higher price in this pharmacy’s system, preventing you from receiving either listed price.
To avoid any issues at the pharmacy, we recommend using the designated coupon currently listed for your pharmacy. If you are filling your prescription at Walgreens, use only the current Walgreens coupon, etc.