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You can find prices for your prescription in your zip code or city from our homepage at http://www.goodrx.com or using the search bar at the top of any page on the site. All we require is the name of the drug and your ZIP code or city, then click the FIND THE LOWEST PRICE button.
On the following page, you’ll see prices for your prescription. Remember to select your strength and quantity in the menu to the left of the page to show accurate prices for your prescription.
If you’ve tried a search and you’re still having trouble, please let us know.
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We’re sorry to hear you’re having trouble. The good news is that we can resolve most coupon-related problems.
If a pharmacy is refusing to accept a GoodRx coupon, first call the phone number shown on the coupon while you’re in the pharmacy. A customer service representative will speak to the pharmacist for you to try to resolve the issue before you leave the pharmacy.
If you cannot reach the customer service representative or they do not solve your problem, please let us know. If available, please tell us your prescription information, the information from the coupon, and the name and address of the pharmacy where you’re having the issue.
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Drugs are expensive, and while GoodRx can help you save, there are other solutions available as well. Many manufacturer and government assistance programs are available that offer financial assistance, in addition to other strategies for lowering the cost of your prescriptions.
Read our Patient Assistance FAQ that highlights many of these programs and offers links to directories where you can search for your medications.
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You can request a personalized discount card that can be used to save up to 80% off most prescription drugs at most US pharmacies. Your card should arrive within 4 - 6 weeks.
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