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CVS Pharmacy Coupons & Rx Prices

Are you looking to save money on your prescriptions at a local CVS Pharmacy? You’re in luck. We have CVS Pharmacy coupons. By using the LowestMed discount card, you can get instant savings on all of your prescription drugs at a CVS near you. To get the discount card for CVS, start by searching for your prescription in the search tool below.

CVS Pharmacy Coupons and Rx Prices

Search your Medication to Find CVS Pharmacy Coupons

More Ways to Access LowestMed’s CVS Prescription Prices

Our App!
You can download the LowestMed app to access drug discount coupons. Search for your Rx, then tap the “get coupon” button.

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Request a Plastic Discount Card
Go to the request form and fill it out. We’ll mail a discount card directly to you. The next time you go to your local CVS Pharmacy, simply hand the LowestMed Discount Card to the pharmacy staff when you fill it.

Sample of CVS Prescription Prices

Drug NameLowestMed's CVS Price
Doxycycline Monohydrate
100mg, 30 tablets
$33.66
Clonazepam
0.5mg, 60 tablets
$23.44
Zolpidem
10mg, 30 tablets
$28.15
Azithromycin
250mg, 6 tablets (Z-pak)
$24.20
Flonase
1 nasal spray (16g) 50mcg
$18.11

LowestMed & CVS Pharmacies

LowestMed is truly the better alternative to paying high prescription prices. It was the first app in the industry to give users the ability to search, view, and compare prescription prices at pharmacies around them. LowestMed pulls together low pricing sources to find the best price for you at your local CVS Pharmacy. Anyone can use LowestMed, even if they have insurance (sometimes LowestMed prices are better than insurance). It’s free to use and there is no registration required.

About CVS

More than 9,600 stores in the United States (including Puerto Rico)

Second largest pharmacy chain in America

Drive-up service available at select locations

24-hour service available at select locations

MinuteClinic (walk-in medical clinics) available at select locations

Home delivery available for most prescriptions

Online pharmacy now open

Mobile pharmacy app in the App Store

Founded in 1963 in Lowell, Massachusetts by Sid Goldstein, Stanley Goldstein, and Ralph Hoagland, CVS originally began as a discount health and beauty store and used the name “Consumer Value Store.”

Not only does CVS sell prescription drugs, it also carries a variety of general merchandise including cosmetics, beauty products, toys, greeting cards and over-the-counter medications. In many of its stores, CVS provides healthcare services through medical clinics (MinuteClinic) and Diabetes Care Centers.

In September 2014, CVS stopped selling cigarettes, forfeiting $1.5 billion a year in tobacco revenue. This move was made to reflect its commitment to the future health of citizens across America. To further emulate their charge, CVS made the decision to change its name from CVS/Caremark Corp to CVS Health.

Like CVS, LowestMed is committed to improving the health of people across the country. By empowering consumers with pricing information and access to affordable prescription drugs, LowestMed is enhancing the health of Americans every day.