Posts Tagged ‘Safe Savings Tip’

Safe Savings Tip: Generic Norvasc Is Over 75% Cheaper In The U.S. Than In Canada

People think all prescription drugs cost less in Canada, but is that true? We did a price comparison for amlodipine, generic Norvasc, the sixth most frequently prescribed prescription drug in the U.S. during the first quarter of 2016. When we called a brick-and-mortar pharmacy in Canada, we were quoted the price of $24.62 for a 30-day supply, but we found those same pills at pharmacies in the U.S. for only $5.50…

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Safe Savings Tip: Buy Generic Abilify to Save Money Safely

Generic drugs can help you to save on your prescription costs. We did a price comparison and a 90-day supply of generic Abilify only costs $96.18 in the U.S. while Canadians do not have a generic version available to them and must pay $372.73 for a 90-day supply of the brand-name version…

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Save Savings Tip: Generic Prinivil and Generic Discount Drug Programs

According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 75 million people, 1 of 3 U.S. adults, have high blood pressure and only 54% of these people have their high blood pressure under control. It is not surprising that lisinopril, the generic version of Prinivil that treats high blood pressure and heart failure, was the third…

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Prescription Savings Tip: To Save The Most Ask for Generic Lipitor at US Pharmacies

The most commonly prescribed drug in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2016 was atorvastatin calcium, the generic of Lipitor, according to LowestMed.com. This medication helps to lower levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. Is it cheaper to buy from a Canadian pharmacy? We called a brick-and-mortar pharmacy in Vancouver and were…

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