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ParishM

Anyone Use GoodRx Coupons ?

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ParishM

my doctor prescribed Gabapentin yesterday for foot and leg

pain, neuropathy i think he called it. the prescription is for

three 300mg pills daily and costs $43-$50 at my local pharmacies.

i found an online coupon from a site called GoodRx.com

that has it for $13.28  i'm unemployed so this is a huge

savings for me !

 

has anyone here used a GoodRx coupon and did it work ?

 

 

http://www.goodrx.com/gabapentin/price

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ParishM

GoodRx is not an online pharmacy, they don't sell anything,

they offer printable coupons you can use at your local pharmacies.

you type in the meds you want and your zip code and it finds

local pharmacies that accept their coupons. i printed the coupon 

and will try it out monday.

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ParishM

picked up my Gabapentin script today and Publix gladly

accepted the GoodRx coupon saving me $30

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pat593

I use coupons all the time for all our medications.  Got a Bayer Contour coupon for my strips, $20 co-pay.  My husband recently got a prescription for my son's acne medicine filled.  $300 bucks!  I googled a coupon and got it down to $50.  I also use a coupon to get my daughter her birth control pills - reduced to $25 co-pay versus $50. 

 

Seems more and more branded drugs are offering coupons.  You just have to find them. 

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