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PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:44 am 
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It is anywhere from 410-500 at all the pharmacies i called that is for 60/8 mgs

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rite-aid used to have them for $6 but they recently went up $6.50


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My insurance covers all but $30 and with the coupon I pay nothing for the films. But they are $7 a film for 8mgs around Baltimore Md.


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I currently pay $6.30 per strip. I live in W.V. and have no insurance; thus I pay cash. The name of the Pharmacy is "Larry's Pharmacy." Customer service is awesome there as well! I usually call and then wait about 10 minutes and pick up my script. They also give me the option to fill in increments as I am financially able. Nothing but the best from the employees of Larry's!!!


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2011 11:33 pm 
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i go to sam's club for my meds here in the dallas area. i pay 180.00 for 60 8mg generic subs. i recently got a sams plus card which was 50 dollars. that gives me now an additional 40 percent off the 180.00. when i refill next month the membership will have already paid for itself! i pay cash and am on unemployment right now so every little bit helps. i was paying almost 100 dollars more a month at walgreens, even for the generic.

you do not have to have a membership for sam's to buy rx's but i believe you have to pay cash.

anyhow, it's been a livesafer for me and i'm glad the doc trusted me enough to switch to the subutex because i was getting to the point where i could not afford my medication at all and was just going to have to do the ol' white knuckle cold turkey thing.

anyway, if you have sam's in your area, they seem to be even cheaper than wal-mart.

totally worth checking out and if you are on the generic, you can get that membership and get the extra 40 percent off the cash price!


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Again, I know that this thread is old,
but here is what I had just discovered:
I had just called a local pharmacy (A "Mom and Pop's" pharmacy),
and was quoted $108.60 for fifteen 8 mg Suboxone tablets.

This is what I would have to pay, if my insurance stops paying for them-
at 4 mg a day.

*Edit: I am in Western PA.

I wonder what other people are paying-
just for the subs?

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2012 4:39 pm 
I HAVE BC/BS AND PAY $77.86 BUT WITH THE NEW DISCOUNT CARD IT'LL BE $50 yayyyyyyyy


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2012 4:40 pm 
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I HAVE BC/BS AND PAY $77.86 BUT WITH THE NEW DISCOUNT CARD IT'LL BE $50 yayyyyyyyy
THATS FOR 120 OF THE 8.2 STRIPS


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I know he was banned, but I just had to comment...this guy was paying 65 cents per pill and said he didn't want to flush them because he paid too much for them?? LOL!!


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