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An_188865 posted:
This sounds obvious, but just by calling different pharmacies I came upon a deal too good to be true. I lost my insurance I called different pharmacies for their perscription prices. Most places quoted me $270-ish for Lamactal (it was before the generic), but when I called HyVee they said 32, I asked if they meant 320 but it was $32. I thought this was a an introductory price but through refills and new scripts I still get a low price. They recently lowered it to $26. Call around and ask if they have a way to get a lower price and you'll be amazed.
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Lost_Kitten13 responded:
kool! ill have to try that sometime.
thanks anon
 
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slik_kitty responded:
dang. we don't have a hyvee here. that's cheaper than my copay.
 
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ddnos responded:
you also get your meds free if you qualify, i.e. certain income and no insurance, through the manufacture itself...go to http://www.pparx.org/

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