It’s a question we hear a lot – how much will my prescription cost without insurance? This is actually a pretty easy question to answer. By simply shopping around, using prescription price lookup tools like the one below, you can find out how much your prescription will cost without insurance.
How much will my prescription cost without insurance?
The above search tool can help you see how much your prescription will cost without insurance. We search multiple pricing sources to compile lists of discount for pharmacies near you.
This is how our prescription lookup tool works
Simply enter the name of your medication in the search tool above, or in the RetailMeNot Rx Saver app. You will need to provide your ZIP code in order to find prices at nearby pharmacies. Once you’ve looked up your prescription, you can compare prices at nearby pharmacies. Now that you’ve used our prescription lookup tool to find the price you want to pay, get your coupon and present it to the pharmacist.
Read more about how you can find the cheapest pharmacy to fill prescriptions.
How do pharmacy coupons work?
It’s pretty simple, actually. Once you’ve found the lowest price for your prescription, present the pharmacy coupon to your pharmacist. They’ll enter the codes, just like they would from an insurance card, and you’ll get the discounted price listed by our lookup tool.
More about discount prescriptions without insurance
We get it, not everyone has health insurance, which is one of the reasons we do what we do. If you’re searching pharmacy prices, you may be insured, you may be between jobs and are waiting for your new insurance to kick in, or you may not be able to afford health insurance. Our search tool makes getting discount prescriptions without insurance extremely easy.
5 steps to get a prescription coupon
- Search your prescription
- Find the lowest priced pharmacy
- Print your coupon
- Present coupon to pharmacist
- Save money
Why do prescription drug prices vary?
Prescription drug prices vary by pharmacy location, because different pricing sources are used by varying health insurance companies and discount cards, to establish the price you will pay at the pharmacy counter.
You see, a pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) is usually tied to your health insurance or discount source. That PBM has negotiated the price you pay with the pharmacy you visit. All pharmacies and PBMs follow a unique process to establish their negotiate price. This is why prices vary and why you should always compare drug prices at local pharmacies.
Where is the best place to buy prescriptions online?
Though Rx Saver is not a pharmacy, we can help you find the best place to buy prescriptions online. We pride ourselves on having the lowest prices for prescriptions, and that means mail order too. If you search your medication on Rx Saver, you will see mail order options within our price list. Many people fill medications at their local pharmacy, but if you are prescribed a maintenance drug for blood pressure, diabetes, or anything else, our mail order options may help you lower your costs.
Always compare drug prices at local pharmacies
It’s important you always compare drug prices at local pharmacies, because they vary. Did you know pharmacies across the street from one another can have drastically different prices for the same prescription? It’s true!
RetailMeNot Rx Saver is the best way to find the cheapest place to get prescriptions filled without insurance
Since Rx Saver uses multiple pricing sources, we give you the ability to search coupons available for your prescription at nearby pharmacies. This makes it easy to find the cheapest place to get prescriptions filled without insurance.
Finding medicine names with price
By simply entering your prescriptions name into our search tool, your medicines name will show up with a price alongside it. Rx Saver lists prices for every FDA approved drug. You should never visit the pharmacy without first shopping around to find the lowest price.
What is the cheapest pharmacy to fill prescriptions at?
There’s not really one pharmacy that stands out as the best place to fill your prescriptions. Since prices vary by medication, it’s difficult to say which pharmacy will always have the best price, because that pharmacy may not even exist. It’s for this reason why we recommend always shopping around for your medications. We definitely understand that you can’t run all over town to find the best price for all medications, which is why you may want to find one pharmacy that works best for all of your medications.
Wondering where you can buy prescription drugs online cheap?
We partner with HealthWarehouse.com to provide an easy way to fill your medication from a mail order pharmacy. We only partner with safe mail order pharmacy websites that have been NABP approved. To find mail order pharmacy prices, simply search for your medication and tap the orange button titled “order online” on Rx Saver’s price results page.
Does Rx Saver’s mail order pharmacy work with no insurance?
The short answer? Yes, it does. Rx Saver and its mail order options do not require you to have insurance. Our coupons are accessible to the insured and uninsured alike. Most mail order pharmacies do not require you to have insurance and the one we provide discounts to is no different. You definitely have to have a prescription though!
Always shop around for your medication’s price, before filling your prescription. Since prices vary, you can save a significant amount of money if you search pharmacy prices with RetailMeNot Rx Saver’s price lookup tool.