Seven Tips to Maximize Savings on Prescriptions
Seven helpful tips on how to save money on prescription medications. There are many ways to save money on medications.
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Seven ways to Reduce Prescription Costs
1. There is a group called the Medicine Program that can help you find Pharmacies that participate in their program. Some of the discounts are significnt. Contact them to see if you fit in the program.
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2. If you are a veteran, you should check to see what has changed. What was not available before could be available to you now.
3. Contact “medcaresolutions.net” If you qualify for the free prescription programs, they will fill out your monthly paperwork for a small fee.
4. Ask your Doctor for samples. Sometimes they have extras they can give away.
5. Ask your Doctor if any patients have changed meds lately or if someone has passed away. Many times unused pills will be donated so they don’t go to waste.
6. When traveling, take a copy of your prescriptions with you. A Canadian Doctor will need to see it to be able to write a prescription for you. You must have a current Canadian prescription to be able to buy from a Canadian Pharmacy.
In Mexico most medications are over the counter, but there are some that require a written prescription. So just in case it is needed, bring a copy of your prescriptions with you.
7. Have your medications delivered by mail from Canada. Canadian medications are identical to American medications, the savings can be substantial and there are a number of generics there that are not available State side. You can choose quick delivery (3 – 5 days) or somewhat slower delivery (10 – 14 days)
Canadian Prescription delivery has grown very popular over the last few years and there are many reliable services available