Save Money on Prescriptions

by Mark
(Bluffton, SC, United States)

Life Happens.

I was unlucky enough to be unemployed, and uninsured while needing blood pressure and cholesterol medications. My wife has Multiple Sclerosis, she also lost her main coverage when I became unemployed, although she has Medicare.

I am using a program called Together Rx Access ( and I could not believe it, but my costs for medication were actually lower, sometimes substantially lower, than my co-pays when I had insurance! My wife's medications were also lower! One caveat, not ALL medications are covered, but quite a few.

Also, for anyone who has a condition such as Multiple Sclerosis, or any other lifelong ailment, some medications are CRAZY expensive. Contact the manufacturer of the drug in question, and see if a program is available to help. My wife's interferon based injections cost $2000-$2300 MONTHLY, and through a program offered through the manufacturer we pay $50.00 per YEAR!

Good Luck & Good Health


Wow, Mark, thanks for sharing this! It is a huge fear of many people (me included) that Rx's and medical bills will overwhelm us financially - especially if we suddenly have no insurance.

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Another Drug Card
by: Jean-Luc

I have had good success with a prescription discount card called RxDrugCard. They have their drug prices posted on their website so you can compare with what you pay now. Great customer service too.

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