Reminder: Save a TON on prescriptions with GoodRx! (My roommate’s prescription is about 70% off!)

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goodrxWow, I saw some info about an app/web site called GoodRx and it looked pretty good. So I called in my roommate since she has a prescription that is filled regularly and she found it for almost 70% off at our local grocery store with their coupon. That’s pretty crazy since she pays full price at this very same store.

GoodRx will pull up the prices for prescriptions at different stores in your area (just like you check prices for other things online.)

They don’t sell the medications, but they tell you where you can get them at the best price. They provide prices, coupons, discounts and savings tips.

Check it out here.

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Comments

  1. I’m a pharmacy tech, and GoodRx doesn’t dent a vast majority of medications. If GoodRx doesn’t work, try Mobisave or one of the tens of other apps availible in the app store. One will probably do something if the tech is willing to run it through 20 different BINs.

    Also, these don’t work with insurance.

    • Also GoodRX VERY often gives a much lower price in the app then they will actually give in-store, so beware.

  2. My Walgreen’s refused to accept GoodRx.

  3. is this a paid sponsored ad?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      All content in our site is sponsored in some way, whether we get compensation directly from the content or from the Google ad placements that appear with them. More info in our disclaimer here (which is accessible from all pages on the site): http://www.couponaholic.net/disclaimer/

      In this particular case, we are paid for each GoodRx signup where the person actually follows through and accepts a discount offer.