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- Generics when available ! Walmart sells lots of generics for $4.00 for a monthly supply.
Also my Ins. Company has mail order & by mail you can get 90 day supplies CHEAPER than monthly scripts from the Pharmacy.
My Money Saving Prescriptions
- First off, I get my name brands off www.pparx.org and use the PAP programs. For the generics, we use Costco's program for uninsured members and get the best discount anywhere there. We also take advantage of KMarts 90 program for $15 for some of my husband's high blood pressure meds.
drug plan for Ontarians
- I belong to The Trillium Drug Plan. My hubby & I pay a deductible in August of every year, related to our income. We Pay $2.00 for most of our drugs, hubby is on Lyrica for diabetic neuropathy, which is nerve pain due to diabetes, after applying for what Trillium calls a section 8.
Lyrica works for him. I tried to get a section 8 for Lyrica for Fibro but was turned down. I now have a new doctor & she says she has great success with getting a Section 8 for Fibro. Anyone living in Ontario can get an application from the internet & fax or mail it in. Just key in Trillium Drug Plan & away you go. Good Luck to everyone who tries.
- —Guest Mrs. T.
Subsidies for Drug Costs
- Check out http://www.medicareadvocacy.org/PrescDrugs_09_06.18.AssistancePrograms.htm
It lists many programs that you may qualify for that will help with drug costs.