Mycifradin Coupon - Mycifradin 500mg tablet

Neomycin

NEOMYCIN is an aminoglycoside antibiotic. It is used to treat or prevent certain kinds of bacterial infections. It is also used to treat hepatic coma. It will not work for colds, flu, or other viral infections. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of neomycin is around $7.28, 47% off the average retail price of $13.80. Compare aminoglycoside antibiotics.
Mycifradin Coupon - Mycifradin 500mg tablet

Mycifradin First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) Coverage Details

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Medicare Co-Pay Prices for Mycifradin

The First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) plan offers lower co-pay prices if you fill your prescription at preferred pharmacies. Depending on your co-pay stage you may pay more if you fill this prescription at other pharmacies.

Co-Pay Stage Preferred Pharmacy Price Non-Preferred Pharmacy Price
Deductible No deductible No deductible
Typical $2 – $5 (est) $3 – $7 (est)
Donut Hole $2 – $5 $20
Post-Donut Hole $3 $3

Can GoodRx help me save on Mycifradin?

Yes, there may be cases when GoodRx can help you save on neomycin over your First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) plan.

  • Is your co-pay higher than $7.28?
    Use a GoodRx coupon to purchase your prescription.
  • Is your co-pay lower than $7.28?
    You should use your Medicare card.

Coverage, Restrictions & Details

Will my First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) plan cover neomycin?

Yes.
Your First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) plan provides coverage for neomycin.

What drug tier is neomycin on my First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) plan?

Tier 2

First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) typically lists neomycin in Tier 2 of their formulary. Tier 2 means that this drug is a “non-preferred generic”. It will be expensive and there may be cheaper drugs that work in a similar fashion.

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Medicare prices are provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). They are accurate as-of October 2018 and the information may be updated. If you encounter any issues, please let us know.
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