$20 Off Prescriptions Coupon (Save on Vaccines, Diabetic Supplies + Brand & Generic Drugs)

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Head over to Coupons.com where you can print this new and rare coupon valid for $20 off prescriptions at most pharmacies (expires 1/31/20). This coupon can be used to save on vaccines, diabetic supplies and all brand and generic drugs! Has anyone used this coupon before?

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Comments 28

  1. Martha

    I’m a pharmacist and this will be a “discount card” at best. If you have insurance, this will not apply at all and cannot be used. It cannot be used towards the cost of a co-pay. Also keep in mind, the $20 off would be for a super expensive drug you’re paying cash for. For example, if you pay cash for a $100 inhaler, this coupon may take off $5. Hope that helps.

    • Happymama

      I printed this for a family member with a dog with a chronic illness. We’ll see if he helps. It’s a try!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks so much for your feedback Martha!

    • Jane

      For a $40 nasal spray, how much do you think will this coupon take off? Thanks in advance.

    • Kristen

      Thanks for the info, Martha! 🙂

    • loye may

      Martha, for some people, what ever is discounted is more than would pay otherwise. i’
      m assuming your have very good insurance. You are so very blessed.:)

  2. JenniferS

    I’ve printed but not used.

  3. Cheyenne

    I’m a pharmacist as well and these often make the prices higher than if you just ask for the stores cash price, especially if you talk to your local independent pharmacy :).

    • Ana

      Yep. These, generally speaking, are not at all worth it or what they seem.

  4. MrsFelix1004

    This will not work if you have military insurance like Tricare. Just FYI

  5. Amy

    Do to some circumstances beyond my control right now, my family is currently without insurance. I am printing and keeping as cheap insurance! Thank you!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Amy!

  6. Dodda

    If you do really need a cheap cash price go to your independent pharmacy , drug prices are not expensive and small pharmacies strive to get customers and would even negotiate prices .

    • jen

      Not in my small hometown, our pharmacy is out the roof.

  7. nancyrsavesalot

    Thanks so much Collin. I too do not have any insurance right now of any type. We pay out of pocket for everything. I take two prescription medications daily and have for years. I’m wondering, and maybe one of the pharmacists reading this can answer this. If I am able to use this coupon and I’d be grateful even if I received $3.00 off my more expensive medicine, would I be able to use one each time I get my prescriptions filled, which is once each month? I do have three computers (well, my daughter’s, my son’s, and mine) so that’s six prints. So for the next six months would I be able to get a discount on my prescriptions? Just curious and any help would be appreciated if you have experience with this. Thanks in advance.

    • ssejuela

      There is a website called GoodRX that has information on discounts that can be used at pharmacies and often links to other sites offering assistance in lowering medication costs. Most of these discounts only apply if you are paying without insurance, but depending on your individual copay may be cheaper than your current OOP. I have personally used this site successfully numerous times. I also recommend this site to patients. Another tip is to visit the medications manufacturer website to see if they offer discount cards, coupons or assistance.

    • Kristin

      Definitely try GoodRX and manufacturer websites for coupons. My husband was without insurance years ago and it really was helpful.

    • Dawn

      I had no insurance and found Good Rx, it tells you what each pharmacy is charging for you’r med. The card is free. Check out their web site I saved alot. There are no hidden fees, they do not bother you with a bunch of emails.

    • llc

      I too am cash pay. I saved $70 on a $90 rx using the goodrx app. I love it!

  8. Alyssa

    I second using goodrx it’s free and it will show you the price at all nearby pharmacies and give you specific discount code so you can find the best price. I use it ALL the time

  9. nancyrsavesalot

    Thank you for the advice. I was not aware of GoodRx and had never thought of going to the manufacturer website. I so appreciate you all taking the time to answer my question. So grateful for sites like this where everyone is so willing to help each other, regardless of topic. 🙂 Hope everyone has a great evening.

    • llc

      Also, explain to dr you are cash pay for Rxs. He may give u an older, more established (and much cheaper) drug prescription. Any long term meds ask for 90 day scripts. Much cheaper than 30 days scripts.

    • Nicole S.

      Nancy your doctor can give you samples if he has them if you explain your situation and there are ways your doctor can sometimes get it free from the companies that make your medicine so please talk to your doctor to see if he can help you as mine helped me when we had no insurance.

  10. Jennifer

    Sometimes the drug manufacturer will have discount cards. My husband just got one for a diabetes drug that is good for the next year or so and makes each injector a max of $X ( thank goodness because it’s name brand and would have been terribly expensive with my insurance otherwise).

  11. Jen

    A lot of pharmacies aren’t accepting goodrx cards anymore since they are not getting reimbursed. You should trying checking warehouse clubs like Sam’s club for their plus pricing which has some free drugs on it if you are a plus member.

  12. MaryKay

    We too pay cash. We love GoodRX. It is the way to go. Also, we use coupons off manufacturers website for example for Lyrica, we get a coupon for it at http://www.lyrica. com. Thank you for the help!!

  13. Tammy

    I tried using the good rx discount card for my perscription for adderall… pharmacy said they won’t accept it for that medication so I had to pay full price through my insurance. It’s expensive! If I used a discount card instead of insurance it would ha e saved me almost half the cost. I had a $15 co-payment up till 7/1 when my insurance changed to a high deductible plan. I have an hsa and pay the first 8k before insurance pays.

  14. Kim

    Winn Dixie and Publix also offer certain blood and diabetes meds and antibiotics for free.

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