We offer prices and coupons for many vaccines. You can view a complete list of vaccinations available on GoodRx here. We’ll show you pharmacy cash prices and GoodRx coupons when prices are available.
How do I use a GoodRx coupon for a vaccine/immunization?
- You will need a prescription from a doctor. While you do not need a prescription to receive an immunization at your pharmacy, a prescription is required when purchasing the vaccine with a GoodRx coupon. (You can typically call your doctor’s office and have them call or fax in the prescription to your pharmacy.)
- Get a GoodRx coupon. Search for the name of the vaccine you need or select the vaccine from this page. Then, print, email or text yourself the appropriate coupon. Even better -- download our free mobile app which has coupons built right in.
- Purchase the vaccine from your pharmacy. Tell the pharmacy that instead of administering the vaccine, you just want the package.
- Some pharmacies may charge an additional fee if they administer the vaccine. This cost is sometimes automatically included in the pharmacy system, but is not included in the coupon price. Asking for just the package will help you to get the correct price on the vaccine. Alternatively, you can specify that you'd like them to remove the administration fee prior to processing the coupon.
- Have your pharmacist or doctor administer the vaccine. Keep in mind that you may need to pay an administration fee for this.
What should I do if the pharmacy charges me a higher price than listed on the coupon?
First, make sure you have a prescription from your doctor for the specific vaccine the pharmacy is giving you. The GoodRx coupon cannot be processed in the pharmacy's system without a valid prescription.
It's also important to note that some pharmacies may charge an additional fee if they administer the vaccine. This cost is not included in the coupon price.
Questions? GoodRx Advocates are here to help. Call 1-855-799-2553 for assistance.