How to Save Money on Meds

If you usually traipse over to your local Rite Aid to get medications, you can easily save money.

Number one is to get generics where available.

Lamictal 200 mg 60 tablets $389.99
Lamotrigine 200 mg 60 tablets $323.14 :: cheaper

Number two is that your drugstore probably sells drugs online for at
least 10% lower than at your neighborhood store.

Number three is to buy larger pills and split them. If you took 100mg doses:

Lamictal 100mg 100 tabs $533.32 $5.33 per dose
Lamictal 200mg 60 tabs or
120 doses
$389.99 $3.25 per dose :: cheaper

Number four is to save by buying in bulk. Check before you order as it’s not a given.

Lamictal 200mg Tablets
60 tabs $389.99 $6.50 ea
180 tabs $1,138.09 $6.32 ea :: cheaper

Number five is to buy from overseas pharmacies, and remember they are NOT TAX-DEDUCTIBLE.

Lamotrigine 200mg Tablets 240 tabs $1,156.51 $4.82 ea 280 tabs $425.60 $1.52 ea :: cheaper

One Response to How to Save Money on Meds

  1. Lisa Carr says:

    Actually, I have found Rite Aid and other chain pharmacies, such as CVS and Walgreen’s, to be more expensive, even in Generic forms of medications. the cheapest by far is Costco, and you do not have to be a member to use the pharmacy. You save even more if you ARE a member, but as a non-member, the price is sometime 1/2 to 2/3 cheaper than others. For instance, my generic Klonopin is approximately $35.00 at Rite Aid, and only $8.92 at Costco.
    Worth checking out.

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