Buyer Beware!

Epilepsy Talk

It’s amazing — and scary — how wildly drug prices can vary between pharmacies. And between name brand drugs and generics, especially when you don’t have insurance.

Here are some comparisons:

Take 100 pills of 100 mg. of name brand Lamictal for example:

In Canada,retail prices can vary from $248.99 to $274.71!http://www.pharmacychecker.com/brand/price-comparison/lamictal/100+mg/

Through drugs.com, retail prices are between $21.23 and $119.78https://www.drugs.com/price-guide/lamotrigine

But there are some great coupon offers out there like: Prescription Hopewhich offers over 1,500 brand name medications as prescribed by your doctor. There’s a $15 per prescription per month service fee. And a yearly enrollment fee of only $15 — no other medication cost and no hidden costs. https://prescriptionhope.com

GoodRx, can save you up to 70% (mostly on generics) with a free drug/prescription discount card, which can be used at CVS Pharmacy, Target, Rite Aid, Duane Reade, Kroger and 60,000 other participating pharmacies…

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