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PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:28 pm 
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Does anyone know of a free prescription card that discounts the films? I have my doctor write 2 scripts for the month, 15 each and I use two different pharmacies. I use the $45 off from the suboxone website and then I go to a clinic pharmacy that uses a county discount. I pay $90 for one script and then $65 for the other. So that would be $155 for the month for 30. Is this the best I can do or are others getting it cheaper? I know they just raised the prices again on this drug.


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Are you using the same discount card at both pharmacies? Thats a great idea. I pay 380 dollars a month for my script, with the exception of the 40 dollar off discount card that I can only use 1 time a month. I never thought of getting 2 diffrent scripts so I could use the card twice. Do I need 2 seprate discount cards or no?


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The way drug prices are structured is nuts. My insurance (apparently) will only pay for 90 pills a month of a particular drug. I take 2mg tabs. If I used 8mg tabs, though, they'd still pay for 90 of them. It's crazy. They don't go by the amount of medication, but by the number of pills. We need to do all we can to save money. Nobody has any compassion for (recovering) addicts getting price-gouged.


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