Saving on Prescription Drugs – Part 1

by Jodi Furman | December 7th, 2011 | Shopping Secrets

Saving money is a necessity across the board, but when it comes to prescription costs, you want to ensure that you’re cutting your costs wisely without running around to a half dozen stores every month or taking unnecessary risks by ordering meds from unscrupulous and unknown sources. There are a number of ways to save on your necessary prescriptions 
without going without them—and you can save regardless of whether you pay cash, have private insurance, or are a Medicare recipient.

If you pay cash for your prescriptions, you can and should price shop for your prescriptions at your local stores—including major drug, discount and warehouse stores. Even if you’re not a member of a warehouse store, you can still use their pharmacy. And some local and national pharmacies will even price match the lowest, local price that you’ve found, so you might 
not even have to transfer your prescription in order to save money each and every month.

Check back next week for more ways to save!

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