It’s amazing — and scary — how wildly drug prices can vary between pharmacies, especially when you don’t have insurance.
Here are some comparisons:
Take 100 pills of 100 mg. of Lamictal (lamotrigine)for example:
In Canada, the retail price for 56 tablets can vary from $168.14 to $297.12!http://www.pharmacychecker.com/brand/price-comparison/lamictal/100+mg/
Through drugs.com, retail prices are between $23.63 and $143.51https://www.drugs.com/price-guide/lamotrigine
However, there is hope.
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 nationwide.
No insurance is needed. There’s only one hitch, prices…
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