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LowestMed created the first free mobile app in the industry that provides you with the ability to search, view and compare prescription drug prices at leading discount pharmacies in your neighborhood. It puts the savings in the palm of your hand.

Download today for access to immediate savings at your local pharmacy!

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LowestMed searches several of the nation’s lowest pharmacy discount sources to find the discount cards, coupons and Rx assistance programs that save you money!

We’re Fighting the Battle Against High Rx Prices!

LowestMed Rx Coupons vs Manufacturer Coupons

There’s been a lot of news lately surrounding manufacturer discount coupons and how they allow drugmakers to hike up the prices of the medicines they make. We want to clarify the difference between manufacturer coupons and LowestMed Rx coupons. You see, manufacturer...
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The 3 things making 2017’s healthcare costs concerning

With 2017 right around the corner, concerns for healthcare costs are starting to rise. Whether your coverage is through your employer’s group plan, Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB), Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Medicare, you’re probably starting to think...
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Discount pharmacy prices and how to shop around for them

Shopping around for discount pharmacy prices is no longer as difficult as it used to be. With the evolution of prescription drug price transparency apps, consumers are now given the ability to shop around for their medications right from their laptop or smartphone....
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Rosuvastatin Calcium, Crestor’s generic, can save you over $200 a fill!

Rosuvastatin Calcium, Crestor’s generic, is now available for purchase and it can save you big money at the pharmacy. The patent for Crestor expired on July 8, 2016. With this blog post, we’ll share information that will help you learn more about Rosuvastatin Calcium,...
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Know how to play the health insurance deductible game

With a spike in the number of people on high deductible health plans, we thought it would be beneficial to take a moment for a health insurance deductible discussion. Prescription drug spending plays a role in knowing when to pay insurance prices and when to go for...
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Which prescription drugs cost Medicaid the most in 2015?

On Monday, Medicaid released a list of prescription drugs it spent the most on in 2015. Along with the spending report, they identified the price change those drugs experienced. Some of the increases may leave you in awe. The drug that saw the biggest price increase...
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Insulin prices keep rising – pay for insulin or groceries?

Twenty-nine million Americans have diabetes. Many take insulin. Most need it to survive. Few can afford it. Some are faced with difficult financial decisions each month. Pay for insulin or rent? Pay for insulin or utility bills? Pay for insulin or groceries? Many...
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American Diabetes Month: how well do you know diabetes?

November is American Diabetes Month and we want to test your knowledge of this serious disease. So, how well do you know Diabetes? Read the common myths and facts below. MYTH: If you have diabetes, you’ll know it through your symptoms. FACT: This is not always the...
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Can Prop 61 help turn prescription drug prices around?

Prop 61 will only be on the ballot in California, but it’s seeing interest from groups and government officials all over the United States. Since the State of California spends around $3.8 billion on prescription drugs each year, some groups saw legislative action...
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The Auvi-Q auto-injector, EpiPen’s rival, is making a comeback!

It was recently announced that Auvi-Q, a previously recalled auto-injector, designed to treat life-threatening allergic reactions, will be reintroduced to U.S. consumers in 2017. The Auvi-Q announcement brings welcomed competition to the auto-injector market, since...
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“I always assumed my insurance was
giving me the lowest price. I was wrong!”

Brian Maass

CBS News Investigative Reporter

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Which Prescription Discount Card is Best?

Use the search tool above! We will show you the prescription discount card or coupon that finds the lowest price for your specific medication and pharmacy. The good news is, it never expires and you can use it again and again.
For more information about these cards and coupons, click here.

“Love it! Heard about it on a news show and downloaded it. Wish I had known about it long ago. Sometimes my prescriptions aren’t covered by my insurance, so this really helps. It saved me over $70 last month.”

Christina H.

“So happy I found this app! Whenever I am prescribed a medication, I check the price of it on LowestMed. It’s so helpful being able to look up the prices and save money at Pharmacies near me. Thank you, LowestMed!”

Brook

“Will use again and again. I will use this app every time me or a family member has a prescription. The savings are real. Thanks so much.”

Madeleine E.

“I will save almost $80 on my prescription! I had a discount card before, from the drug manufacturer, that brought the cost down to $30, but your app has it for $10! I’m so excited about it and will tell all my friends and family.”

Ellen M.

“I saved over $100 on one medication! I love LowestMed.com! I easily searched for my med and found the cheapest price at a local pharmacy. I took my phone in and showed the discount codes, that appeared on my phone, to the pharmacist. Even the pharmacist was shocked by the saving!”

Ruby

“My first time using the LowestMed app was an incredible success. I do not have insurance, so a medication I was prescribed would have cost me over $200 for a month supply, but instead, it was only $34. Another medication I took to another pharmacy and saved another $20.”

Christina G.

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