GoodRx: Prescription Coupons Reviews

GoodRx: Prescription Coupons Reviews

Published by on 2020-12-18

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Table of Contents:
1. Reviews
2. Is it Safe?
3. Is it Legit?
4. App not working?
5. Report Issue


GoodRx: Prescription Coupons Reviews


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    GoodRx is a Godsend!!

    At the end of the horrible circumstantial year of 2019 my spouse not only lost her job but also our medical insurance. My wife is healthy for the most part but as for me, I suffer from repeated seizures, 6 herniated discs and a slew of Other things. High blood pressure which need multiple medications, a heart rate monitor and also found out in a MRI for my back @ discs that I needed my Gallbladder out which became emerge, even more so over my back and my seizures. Many meds that help with those types of ailments are extremely high in costs. There would be no way I couldn’t been ok and stayed out the hospital w/o these crucial medications. With GoodRx it helped me afford them, especially w their coupons! The only thing I would like to see evolve this company is that coupons can be used for pain medication/back spasm meds or my anxiety meds. Apparently, discounts and coupons cannot be used on control medications which is beyond difficult. That is how people with 6 injured discs who are on the line for back fusion but can’t afford it would make life livable and it would leave the patient feeling independent and able to do things wo always be controlled or told No right away. Revisions of this medication company would save money, patient care would go up which is 2019 is dead but I pray it can be turned out. Other than life! GOODRX is awesome! It makes sometimes the impossible possible! Christina From Ventura,ca 33 yrs old





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    Mixed feelings…

    I have been using the app for some meds for migraines, and I was impressed by the amount that people could save with this app! I also think it’s great for those who don’t have insurance or have limited insurance (HMOs, etc.), since people should be able to get the best medications for them. However, I have experienced trying to get one medication and my pharmacy knew it was no longer available—the FDA has concerns that really irritate me since it isn’t a controlled substance, but they worry that people can get one of the ingredients OTC, and this could lead to liver (and possibly kidney) problems—mainly liver toxicity. But they only give a small amount of them anyway, and taking the OTC would do nothing for those with migraines that would cause a physician to prescribe this medication anyway. Nothing has stopped my intractable migraines, but I had 2 that helped for a while—I could have a little break! I use other methods for relief and pray. I can still find the coupon for this medication in my area, and that’s just not good! What other meds might still be on the app? I thought the developer was up to date on the different meds in different ways from articles and other information I’ve read and seen. But now I’m not so sure. Please keep the information updated so that patients aren’t unaware. I appreciate that you have helped a lot of people and hopefully can still use the app for myself and others. But it is important to be updated. Thank you!


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    GoodRX is often cheaper than my health insurance copay

    I do not understand how there can be so much variation on the same medications. The need some kind of regulation. GoodRX is as good or sometimes better than actual health Insurance that you pay for. This is a FREE app, I don’t think drug prices should be like the stock market, and that is exactly how it is in the United States. We are the only developed country in the world that does not have some type of government oversight on what pharmaceutical companies can charge for medications. That’s why a lot of medications in Canada and Mexico are a fraction of what they charge for the same dug in the United States. The government should contract with GoodRX to do that. It looks like they already have the infrastructure to at least get it started. Before GoodRX was around, I remember going to 3 different Walgreens in Ft. Myers on the same day to get my Androgel filled. I got 3 different prices from the same company ranging from $800-$1800. Why can’t medications be close to the same price wherever you go? Like gasoline or the price of beef per lb. Something needs to be done, this is the biggest problem within our healthcare system. Go for it GoodRX, go to congress and get it done!


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    A life saver

    I lost all my medications while traveling to visit a friend in another state. I was under the impression that if my doctors office ordered a replacement prescription for me my insurance would cover the medication. NO! I was stunned at the price of the medication and I called Humana only to find out that after years of being my insurance company, my insurance did not cover lost or stolen medication. If not for this app that saved me hundreds of dollars I really did not know what I was going to do. The pharmacy manager at Walgreens in Eureka Missouri was so kind and respected my situation and told me about this app. I was great full for the information that saved me so much money. I am talking in the hundreds of dollars. I hope someone like her is in every pharmacy and helps a customer in shock because they cannot pay for medicine that is important for their health. She could of not cared about my plight but she listened and told me about Good RX and excepted the coupons even after I had already paid the full price. She refunded my credit card and was so understanding and professional that someone should be aware of what she did for a customer in distress. Thank goodness for this app.


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    Dragon slayer

    This fantastic service helps me as a physician to help my patients beat the unreasonable and unforgiving pharmacists, health insurance companies and big Pharma. It’s still disheartening that I have to tell patients that the pharmacists will not voluntarily tell them that they can pay less if they pay cash then if they use their “health insurance”. The pharmacist always take the highest price, and only render the lower price when the patient knows they have the right to receive a lower cash pay price. The health insurers are in cahoots with the pharmacist in this cheat. And of course the health insurers are taking over the pharmacy industry by directing patients to “pharmacy benefit managers” who work really hard and benefiting them selves. Good RX works so well, I’m waiting any day for it to disappear after being purchased by one of the evil “pharmacy benefit managers”. They are managing things all right. They’re bringing healthcare to a screeching halt by requiring prior authorization for healthcare that actually benefits people. They don’t want people to receive healthcare that works. They are only interested in enriching themselves.


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    Awesome App!!! Saved 93%

    Healthcare in the USA is awfully expensive. I’ve been paying $2380 for a 90 day supply of my antiviral hepatitis B medication for years. I have a $7000 deductible to meet yearly before my Blue Cross Blue Shield pays 80 % until $13,500 out of pocket cap. One doctor mentioned about GoodRx. So I downloaded the app to see if it can safe me a few dollars. To my surprise, the app showed coupon prices ranging from $164 to $545 for a 90 day supply of this pill from various pharmacies. I was skeptical about it. But I wanted to try anyway. I transferred my prescription from Rite Aid to Safeway as Safeway has the lowest coupon price of $164. The Safeway pharmacist told me it’s $2385 for my 90 day pills before I showed her my GoodRx coupon. I showed her my app coupon and asked if it works. She said “IT WORK “and I paid $164 for the same medication that would have costed me $2385. It’s a 93% Saving. I don’t understand how and why this happened. But I’ve been using GoodRx app for all my family members’ medications. I told all my friends and relatives about it. GoodRx App is a life saving tool for a lot of people. Thank You GoodRx !!!!!


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    GoodRx should change their name to OutstandingRx!!

    About a year or so ago, I lost my job and my medical insurance for a short period of time until I was eligible for insurance at my new job. I had to have my doctor change the medication I take from an extended release form to an instant release form because the cash price was cheaper for the generic. Not a big deal but I preferred the other med because it was better overall for my daily medicinal needs. Thank goodness I only paid the “cash price” for one month at the local small town pharmacy next to my doctor’s office. I was fortunate enough to hear about GoodRx on a various internet ad and looked into it. This app took my cash price from $136 down to $15 for the 7 months that I had no employer insurance! Thank you for saving me money during my times of unemployment and times of waiting for employee prescription insurance coverage!!!! GoodRx is truly a financial lifesaver during hard times and can even save you money against your regular insurance so always compare prices with GoodRx before filling any new medications!





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    Unbelievable that more people don’t know about this

    My first time, unfortunately. I could’ve saved sooo much money in the past if I had known about this😔 So.. I had my prescription called in to a different pharmacy due to the one in my doctor’s office being closed for remodeling. It’s normally $20 even there. The pharmacies near were a Publix and a CVS. At Publix it was $87 and at cvs it was $98. Something told me to google apps that could possibly save me money. I remember reading or hearing about that somewhere at some time. I ended up downloading this app, after reading the reviews, and giving it a shot. When I tell you the coupon it gave me for public showed the price of $37!! BUT when he scanned the coupon off of my phone, it went even lower.. to $33!! No complaints, wxcept I wish I had known way sooner! Just such a shame they won’t tell you about this!! As a single parent trying to make ends meet, like ALOT of us are, I’m sure, any help is always needed! Thank you soooooo much for this app and the help you provide!!!🙏🏼🙏🏼 Again.. I’m just in shock.. this is truly unbelievable!


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    Literally saved me over $100...

    Like the title says. This app literally saved me over $100 the first time I used it! No joke! I had to go to another pharmacy but it wasn’t a problem. When I first went to get some new meds filled, I was shocked that they were about $118. To us, that’s a lot. The young man, pharmacy tech saw that in our eyes, and said “That’s a lot of money, most doctors have no idea how much these meds cost!” We just didn’t have the money for that and were kind of embarrassed, he saw that too. So on he went, “Maybe you could get these later and check out this app called Good Rx, I’ve seen people save 30 bucks, 40, even $100 once, that was crazy! Can’t promise anything but it’s worth checking out.” Relieved I nodded and said “yes thank you! I will definitely check that out.” We left and downloaded the app and did find the SAME meds a little over $100 less than without the app! That saved me from not being able to buy my meds, to, buying them and having money left over! GoodRx IS great!


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    Excellect app!

    In several instances GoodRX costs are below my copay cost of medications in my prescription drug program, i. e. medicare plan D. This concerns me greatly as shouldn’t one’s plan D program drug costs be negotiated for lower costs for their customers? Are is it that these programs are cartels keeping drug costs high to enrich the companies at the expense of retired persons who have the most accumulated wealth in the US than any other group collectively? Thus, another means of wealth transfer from seniors to drug manufacturers and insurance companies. Or are the laws structured in the United States written and devised to benefit drug manufactures and insurance companies from competitively bidding and crossing state lines? Many of these drugs are distributed in other countries at extremely lower costs than what it cost US citizens. I have not used GoodRX as of yet. However, I’m looking forward to using it in 2018 and the challenge of lowering my prescription costs. Thank you to the stakeholders of GoodRX for your collaborative efforts in the development of this app.


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    Prescription needs done the right way!!!

    Need I say more!?! GoodRx is the absolute best! They make expensive medicine probs go away. This is the best app ever and a big thank you to the people behind GoodRx. Thanks for caring and willing to help others afford to fill their prescriptions. You guys are amazing! P.S. I have a sleeping problem and I have been trying all sorts of stuff that works a bit then stop so my doctor prescribed me Lunesta instead. I went to Walgreens to pick it up, was over 300$ for 30 1mg tablets then with my insurance it was like 200$, so opened my GoodRx app and now it was 100$ and I've never had the med yet so was like nope not paying that, and asked why are y'all so high compared to the other GoodRx prices and they said something about they're always higher than their competitors with GoodRx or any prescription savings discount card so that let me know not to go to them anymore lol. Albertsons or Costco it is from now on. The price was $24 with GoodRx...Thank You!!!😃


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    Costco would not honor coupon

    I had been taking my prescriptions to Costco for 6 months and had no issues with them accepting coupons from the GoodRx app. On my last visit last month they told me that they had the coupon codes for my medications from GoodRx in their system and there was no need to show them the coupons every time I picked up my prescriptions. Today my wife went in to pick up my prescriptions and was told they were no longer accepting the GoodRx coupon because I have existing healthcare insurance. Purchasing the medication at my HMO pharmacy is too expensive and this is why I got the GoodRx app to save money. Don’t know why all of a sudden they are not allowing me to use GoodRx. Will no longer be able to use Costco pharmacy as it is charging me same price as Kaiser. At least Kaiser mails my prescriptions to my home, using Costco, I have to make two trips to get my prescriptions. Something very wrong.


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    Savings are from buying Generic

    I have been taking Synthroid for low thyroid for 30+ years. Thyroid medications must be taken in consistent doses at the same time (s) daily or the patient will experience side effects. Like many others I cannot take the generic alternative because the 25% variance that the FDA allows wreaks havoc from month to month as the dosages vary up to 25% above and below my prescribed dosage. A male co-worker agonized over his wife’s health issues for over a year. When I asked what her issues were, he said ‘it changes almost monthly. One month she is fine, the next she is depressed and tired, the next her heart is racing and she is angry and anxious. Plus her weight goes up & down so she is upset over that as well.’. Recognizing the symptoms, I asked if she takes thyroid medication & whether she takes generic meds.’. He answered yes to both. Long story short, his wife changed doctors, was prescribed Synthroid brand with a no generics stipulation and a couple weeks later husband and wife were happy. He continued to thank me regularly for the next few years for helping him get his happy wife back. Bottom line: choose brand vs. generic wisely.


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    Uninsured Dream

    I work in the emergency room, in a very low income area. The majority of people are on state funded insurance or uninsured. It's very frustrating when a patient needs a medication, and what I prescribe them is either not covered, or the patient can't afford it. Gone are the days of the four dollar lists. In my own family, we went from paying $10 for 90 days of thyroid medicine, to $30 for one month. Good Rx has been amazing! A patient just the other day came back to the ER, because their doxycycline prescription, which used to be $4 everywhere, was $79. We were able to find it on Good Rx for $18, which he could afford. Despite that most patients have no insurance, the majority of them have cell phones with internet (go figure). I can typically find a medication that will cover what they need at a reasonable rate with Good Rx. Saves me the hassle of a ton of phone calls later about patients saying they can't afford the medicine. Thank you to Good Rx!


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    Great savings total life saver!

    GoodRx is amazing we have saved hundreds of dollars on our prescriptions already! With a high deductible at the first of the year like most plans have we typically end up spending thousands of dollars on our prescriptions. My self and my husband both have health issues and several prescriptions to fill each month. Typically the first of the year is very hard for us due to deductibles being due. This year thanks to GoodRx we were not only able to afford our prescriptions but able to get everything instead of only the couple we could afford. They truly have been a life saver for our family!!! Thank you GoodRx you are wonderful! Now hopefully you can find more Rx companies that will work with you on the price of diabetic supplies like Insulin this was the only item I was forced not to get due to it still being $400. Everything else was an amazing price other than my Insulin.



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Is GoodRx: Prescription Coupons Safe?

Yes. GoodRx: Prescription Coupons is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 559,958 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for GoodRx: Prescription Coupons Is 21.0/100.


Is GoodRx: Prescription Coupons Legit?

Yes. GoodRx: Prescription Coupons is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 559,958 GoodRx: Prescription Coupons User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for GoodRx: Prescription Coupons Is 21.0/100.


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