Posts Tagged ‘Safe Savings Tip’

Safe Savings Tip: Azithromycin Cost 60% Less In The U.S. As It Does In Canada

Choosing generic drugs is the easiest and fastest way for Americans to lower their prescription drug costs without having to risk purchasing your medication from a shady online pharmacy. We did a price comparison to see where azithromycin, the generic version of Zithromax, is more affordable – in the U.S. or in Canada. At a brick-and-mortar pharmacy in Canada, a six-dose supply would cost $17.08, but we found the same pills at pharmacies in the U.S. for $6.88…

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MedicineSafe.org Educates Consumers On Prescription Drug Safety

MedicineSafe.org, a website launched by the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP) and the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, is a new resource that Americans can use to educate themselves on prescription drug safety and the opioid crisis. On the website, you will find the Verify Before You Buy tool and learn how to safely store and dispose medicines along with many other important topics…

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Generic Drug Discount Programs Can Help To Lower Your Prescription Drug Costs

Generic drug discount programs – available at a wide range of drugstores and pharmacies across the country – offer an array of commonly prescribed medications for only a few dollars a month. It doesn’t take long to learn which stores in your area have programs and you can be saving in no time by paying cash instead of using your insurance…

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Safe Savings Tip: Generic Cozaar Is Over 50% Cheaper In the U.S. Than In Canada

Choosing generic drugs is the easiest and fastest way for Americans to lower their prescription drug costs without having to risk purchasing your medication from a shady online pharmacy. We did a price comparison to see where losartan, the generic version of Cozaar, is more affordable – in the U.S. or in Canada. At a brick-and-mortar pharmacy in Canada, a 30-day supply would cost $14.31, but we found the same pills at pharmacies in the U.S. for $6.60…

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Safe Saving Tip: Not Using Your Insurance To Save On Prescription Drugs

A prescription drug clawback is when the patient pays more than the cost of the drug and that extra money goes into the pockets of an insurance company and pharmacy benefits manager. This is why asking your pharmacist what the cash price would be for your prescription is one of way PSM says consumers may be able to quickly and safely lower their prescription costs…

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