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GoodRx: Prescription Drugs Discounts & Coupons App

GoodRx: Prescription Drugs Discounts & Coupons App

GoodRx

Find a Free Coupon or Compare Prices & Save up to 80% on Drug Costs & Rx Refills

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4.8
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  • Jan 8, 2021

    By Margie Stephens
    Almost always better than my PartD supplemental insurance (Humana) & pharmacists NEVER blink an eye because it's "something different"...most of the time they just pull up the coupon for you on their OWN PHONE once you just "mention GoodRX" .. the little app also has a place where you can enter the name of the pharma you've been prescribed and read all about it BEFORE you have to go out and pick it up, so it COULD save you from making a needless trip to your drug store! THX, GOODRx
    more
  • Mixed feelings… May 29, 2019

    By 35madscientist
    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!
    more
  • Jan 14, 2021

    By P. D.
    Excellent app. and system! I rarely use my Medicare prescription drug plan (too expensive, don't wish for that one- government-health-plan-for-all unless you want to go broke) and rely on Good RX to cover 90% of my meds.
  • Better prices than using insurance! Apr 3, 2019

    By P!nk's#1fan
    I absolutely love and recommend GoodRx! I lost my insurance in January and have now gotten my new insurance. During that time span I started using GoodRx. I couldn’t believe how cheap some of my medications were! I have been taking multiple medications for years and paying $20 copay on almost every script that I have and my husbands as well. While I have been using GoodRx I have been paying less than my copayments were on my medications. Now that I have insurance again idk if I should continue using GoodRx or use my insurance and pay my copayments. The reason being is that last year I met my out of pocket and had a zero copay on my medicines for several months, however my family out of pocket wasn’t met so my husbands copays still had to be met. I know I will facing many medical bills this year as well but I don’t know if I will meet my out of pocket though so I’m not sure what I’ll do yet. If you don’t have insurance though I definitely would download the app and start using it. It will save you quite a bit of money for sure. Most pharmacies I have dealt with will not accept both insurance and another discount card or app for medications. They will only use one or the other. Get this app and enjoy your extra money that you will save!
    more
  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Lenny Bruce White, Sr.
    You can save a lot of money with this app on some drugs. I have one Rx that is regularly about $500 a month for 50 pills and my insurance won't cover it. I use GoodRx and get the same 50 pills for $15.30! Not all drugs are that cheap, but it's well worth it to use the app to see the cost at various pharmacys in the area.
    more
  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Laura Super
    I never had a chance to actually use it. After it took all my bank card information it won't let me sign up. Keeps tell me the validation code is wrong. Then it tells me my email is wrong. Just wonderful that y'all have my bank information card now and I can't even use this.
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  • Bait and switch Jun 18, 2020

    By Mrhcktt
    The Costco in Memphis Tennessee doesn’t honor the price posted on the Bogus RX app even after telling me over the phone they do. After being informed over the phone by Costco that they would honor the price I told them to go ahead and fill the prescription. When I go to pick up the prescription I find that they would not honor the price however they did discount it some. It was the last refill remaining on the prescription and being tired of being misled and lied to I decided to give Kroger to shot at honoring the price. Of course Kroger like other pharmacies in the area I live in require prescription be transfers to them before they will give you a price. How convenient! And of course Costco counted the prescription I did not pick up as the final refill and there wonderful automated personal high-quality automated service text me and asked me if I would like for them to contact my doctor. I said yes and then ask Kroger to have the prescription transferred to them. That was three days ago and I still haven’t heard a word from Kroger. Kroger did admit to me that they have to have the prescription before they could give me a price and that it doesn’t always match what the app says that they will sell it for. More smoke and mirrors, more bait and switch. Don’t waste your time with this app!
    more
  • Savings are from buying Generic Dec 18, 2018

    By Mollycoddled
    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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  • App removed Walgreens😏 Nov 6, 2017

    By Bstump0313
    First let me say that goodrx does help you have save a lot when you do not have insurance. The only reason I am only giving 2 stars is because after the update and now that they have came out with the gold goodrx they have removed Walgreens from the list of pharmacies on the app. The only way to get their discount now is to go to the full site. It wouldn’t matter but my prescription that I fill monthly they are the only pharmacy that has it to fill the prescription and I can’t move around to different pharmacies. Please add Walgreens back to the app and I will give 5 stars!!! Update: I emailed goodrx directly about the issue and according to them they removed it due to the fact that Wallgreens prices went up but I don’t think this is the case because it still shows them in the list online and they are lower than any of the pharmacies it shows on the app. They did say that this issue should be fixed with the next update but you would think since their are several people that have complained about this issue they would resolve it now.
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  • Prices are NOT accurate Oct 14, 2018

    By ChronicIllnessChick
    I tried this app a year ago and found the prices listed were not even close to what I was charged by participating pharmacies. ( Wal-mart Walgreens and CVS) I got rid of it and found a local discount pharmacy that beat Good Rx every price comparison. I decided to give this app another try for some common dermatologist prescriptions and even printed out the coupons and watched the tech put all the info into the computer. Well Surprise surprise - my prescription prices were wrong and the difference cost me $ 10. Walmart told me to contact the app as they could not honor those prices you quoted -AGAIN. 10$ may not seem like much to the average person but when you take over 7 prescriptions a month ( some of them costing in the hundreds of $$ range ) and you live on SSDI, that $10 is food / transportation/ co-pay money you have lost . Last time I used this app the price differences were in $30,$50,$75 range per drug. Bottom line: Call ahead to the cheapest pharmacy listed and verify the prices before handing them your scrip. Save yourself some time,money,abd aggravation!
    more
  1. Get current pricing details, coupons, and savings advice before you purchase your prescription medications, all in one place
  2. Save money and paper by showing your pharmacist digital coupons right on your phone, no printing required
  3. So reliable that even doctors and clinics use GoodRx to find affordable prescriptions for their patients

Reviewed by Laura S on January 25, 2018

  • Jan 8, 2021

    By Margie Stephens
    Almost always better than my PartD supplemental insurance (Humana) & pharmacists NEVER blink an eye because it's "something different"...most of the time they just pull up the coupon for you on their OWN PHONE once you just "mention GoodRX" .. the little app also has a place where you can enter the name of the pharma you've been prescribed and read all about it BEFORE you have to go out and pick it up, so it COULD save you from making a needless trip to your drug store! THX, GOODRx
    more
  • Jan 14, 2021

    By P. D.
    Excellent app. and system! I rarely use my Medicare prescription drug plan (too expensive, don't wish for that one- government-health-plan-for-all unless you want to go broke) and rely on Good RX to cover 90% of my meds.
  • Better prices than using insurance! Apr 3, 2019

    By P!nk's#1fan
    I absolutely love and recommend GoodRx! I lost my insurance in January and have now gotten my new insurance. During that time span I started using GoodRx. I couldn’t believe how cheap some of my medications were! I have been taking multiple medications for years and paying $20 copay on almost every script that I have and my husbands as well. While I have been using GoodRx I have been paying less than my copayments were on my medications. Now that I have insurance again idk if I should continue using GoodRx or use my insurance and pay my copayments. The reason being is that last year I met my out of pocket and had a zero copay on my medicines for several months, however my family out of pocket wasn’t met so my husbands copays still had to be met. I know I will facing many medical bills this year as well but I don’t know if I will meet my out of pocket though so I’m not sure what I’ll do yet. If you don’t have insurance though I definitely would download the app and start using it. It will save you quite a bit of money for sure. Most pharmacies I have dealt with will not accept both insurance and another discount card or app for medications. They will only use one or the other. Get this app and enjoy your extra money that you will save!
    more
  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Lenny Bruce White, Sr.
    You can save a lot of money with this app on some drugs. I have one Rx that is regularly about $500 a month for 50 pills and my insurance won't cover it. I use GoodRx and get the same 50 pills for $15.30! Not all drugs are that cheap, but it's well worth it to use the app to see the cost at various pharmacys in the area.
    more
  • I’m very impressed!!! Jul 14, 2020

    By v manderson
    Have saved literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of $ on expensive drugs since I started using it a few months ago. Didn’t try it initially when I first heard about it because I thought it was some kind of scam. Then my doctor’s office gave me a referral to the app. Of course, that legitimized it for me. My pharmacist at CVC told me this is killing them their prices are being so undercut. Drug prices vary outrageously from pharmacy. Good Rx allows you to choose your lowest price then buy at that pharmacy. This is how it works. Just anonymously enter your med name, dosage and how many pills a mo you take and a list will come up with pharmacies near you and their prices so you can compare. Choose the one you want, go to that pharmacy and give them your Rx. Show them on your ph their price for that med and they’ll sell it to you for that amount. Just like that! Unbelievable! But not unbelievable to your wallet. I watch and my prescriptions come in the bottles from the manufacturers so it’s not like any switches are made by the pharmacy. You don’t show them their Good Rx pricing on your ph until you’re ready to pay. Also, very easy to transfer your existing Rx from your high price pharmacy to them.
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  • Jan 10, 2021

    By Ed Giachelli
    Good for a spot check of the drugs I'm using. Very informative when you want to get an idea of what the main pharmaceutical distributors at the retail level are doing compared to each other.
  • Good Rx Review Sep 8, 2020

    By snowbaby2020
    Oh my words! Incredible with how much you have saved me with my medications! I am generally in the “ donut hole” by March beginning every year and that includes having to pay a $560 out of pocket part d drug deductible. I’m a senior on social security. One of my meds is my “ life line”- amitiza. The cost out of pocket is astronomical but I have to get it thru insurance as it’s still beyond what I can pay with Good Rx ( over $1400 for 3 month supply ). This is the drug that puts me in the donut hole early on. Do you think this med will ever go genetic or the price will come down? Aside from this I am forever grateful for Good Rx as I have saved literally $100’s out of pocket on my other meds. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Even this seems not enough. So so very grateful for lowering my financial stress level in regards to the huge savings you offer on the 5 other drugs I require. I bypass my part d insurance coverage even though I have to pay the monthly premium. I am in hopes that some day the amitiza will go generic and that cost will become more reasonable and affordable. Thank you for all that you do! Good Rx rocks!!!
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  • Great savings!! Sep 21, 2020

    By JennLazLow
    Happy that I stumbled upon this app which even though I have great insurance I was able to save even more by using the Good RX coupons. However I would recommend that you look to see where your medication would be the best value first before telling your provider where you want your script sent. This has happened to me a few times where I thought I could have them filled at my favorite pharmacy however after looking at the prices on this app; I found out that it would’ve been a better saving if I would’ve checked to see if my pharmacy has the best deals in accordance to the app. Otherwise you then have to ask your doctor to send in new scripts to the other pharmacies offering you the best deals for your medication.
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  • Mixed feelings… May 29, 2019

    By 35madscientist
    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!
    more
  • Jan 10, 2021

    By Kimoi Vaun
    Some of the GoodRx Gold prices are double the price of the prescription without using Gold. You might want to look into that. (Generic Concerta: $102 with Gold, $56 without 😬) I will adjust my rating when this is fixed! Great app otherwise!
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  • Don’t Trust Gold Oct 30, 2020

    By Trixed
    Free Good Rx saved me quite a bit, so I decided to try Gold which cost $6 per month. While I’ve seen some saving on some meds over the free, I was shocked to find some medications are MORE EXPENSIVE. There is no easy way to switch back and forth to compare each individual Rx to see whether the Free or Gold is less. This makes me feel played and also makes me question the ethics of Good Rx. Update: Below is the non-answer I received from GoodRx developer responsive to this review... I am guessing when they say “coupon” they mean the number that comes up with the free Good Rx. Even assuming this is right, how would the Gold Subscribes know to also check each RX in the Free Version? Also, the app now only recognizes the Good Rx Gold account so I have to sign in the internet or hope a kind pharmacy will look it up. This is inexcusable and costs the Good RX Gold user money on some rx. Seems like this would be an easy programming tweak. This demonstrates that the company just wants your money. "Hi there! Because GoodRx compares prices at many different pharmacies, there are sometimes lower prices available with a GoodRx coupon. We appreciate you taking the time to relay your feedback, and will be sure to pass this along to the appropriate teams!"
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  • Savings are from buying Generic Dec 18, 2018

    By Mollycoddled
    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.
    more
  • App removed Walgreens😏 Nov 6, 2017

    By Bstump0313
    First let me say that goodrx does help you have save a lot when you do not have insurance. The only reason I am only giving 2 stars is because after the update and now that they have came out with the gold goodrx they have removed Walgreens from the list of pharmacies on the app. The only way to get their discount now is to go to the full site. It wouldn’t matter but my prescription that I fill monthly they are the only pharmacy that has it to fill the prescription and I can’t move around to different pharmacies. Please add Walgreens back to the app and I will give 5 stars!!! Update: I emailed goodrx directly about the issue and according to them they removed it due to the fact that Wallgreens prices went up but I don’t think this is the case because it still shows them in the list online and they are lower than any of the pharmacies it shows on the app. They did say that this issue should be fixed with the next update but you would think since their are several people that have complained about this issue they would resolve it now.
    more
  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Laura Super
    I never had a chance to actually use it. After it took all my bank card information it won't let me sign up. Keeps tell me the validation code is wrong. Then it tells me my email is wrong. Just wonderful that y'all have my bank information card now and I can't even use this.
    more
  • Bait and switch Jun 18, 2020

    By Mrhcktt
    The Costco in Memphis Tennessee doesn’t honor the price posted on the Bogus RX app even after telling me over the phone they do. After being informed over the phone by Costco that they would honor the price I told them to go ahead and fill the prescription. When I go to pick up the prescription I find that they would not honor the price however they did discount it some. It was the last refill remaining on the prescription and being tired of being misled and lied to I decided to give Kroger to shot at honoring the price. Of course Kroger like other pharmacies in the area I live in require prescription be transfers to them before they will give you a price. How convenient! And of course Costco counted the prescription I did not pick up as the final refill and there wonderful automated personal high-quality automated service text me and asked me if I would like for them to contact my doctor. I said yes and then ask Kroger to have the prescription transferred to them. That was three days ago and I still haven’t heard a word from Kroger. Kroger did admit to me that they have to have the prescription before they could give me a price and that it doesn’t always match what the app says that they will sell it for. More smoke and mirrors, more bait and switch. Don’t waste your time with this app!
    more
  • Prices are NOT accurate Oct 14, 2018

    By ChronicIllnessChick
    I tried this app a year ago and found the prices listed were not even close to what I was charged by participating pharmacies. ( Wal-mart Walgreens and CVS) I got rid of it and found a local discount pharmacy that beat Good Rx every price comparison. I decided to give this app another try for some common dermatologist prescriptions and even printed out the coupons and watched the tech put all the info into the computer. Well Surprise surprise - my prescription prices were wrong and the difference cost me $ 10. Walmart told me to contact the app as they could not honor those prices you quoted -AGAIN. 10$ may not seem like much to the average person but when you take over 7 prescriptions a month ( some of them costing in the hundreds of $$ range ) and you live on SSDI, that $10 is food / transportation/ co-pay money you have lost . Last time I used this app the price differences were in $30,$50,$75 range per drug. Bottom line: Call ahead to the cheapest pharmacy listed and verify the prices before handing them your scrip. Save yourself some time,money,abd aggravation!
    more
  • RUDE customer service! Nov 18, 2017

    By Spoon.14
    I had to call for customer service due to the pharmacy quoting me a different price than the app stated. I first spoke to Raul who put me back on hold due to “technical difficulties,” then a female cane on the phone. I was not given her name. She asked me for a number on the coupon, so I asked her to hold for brief moment so I could look it up. After giving it to her, I heard silence. I kept saying “hello” and no answer. Then randomly I hear the female say something to Raul something to the effect of “too much coke.” Then the female said “I have no idea what this lady is doing!” At this point, I have spent about 5 min trying to get this female’s attention so I can finally get my prescription. Turns out, their app was not even updated! I wasted time trying to get a prescription and talking to their RUDE staff for nothing! Thank goodness I have insurance anyway, but it would have been nice to have the price shown on the app. First time I used the coupon, no problem. But after talking to their staff and knowing they do not keep their info updated, I probably will not ever use this company again.
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  • Pharmacy Apr 17, 2019

    By concerned participant 35
    The Kroger pharmacy that I use does not honor the price on my prescription that GoodRX post. Their pricing is fabricated. It’s been three times in a row. GoodRX said that they were in the process of updating the price at the time and the pharmacist was not able to get pricing figured out by calling them while I waited. GoodRX is great about getting in contact with them. Regardless, I found them not to be helpful on my issue. Instead the operator blasted me for paying the pharmacy and leaving with my prescription without me personally calling. She blamed me and could not provide a reason for the disconnect between GoodRx and my pharmacy. However, while I waited I did have the pharmacy call GoodRx and both sides could not come to terms on pricing. Eventually, I had to pay and leave. After an hour of being at the pharmacy, I couldn’t stay any longer. GoodRx did negotiate a slight discount to what I paid for my prescription, but it is still not reflected on the pricing that they have posted on the app.
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