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How to (legitimately) save some money on your generic prescription drugs

Posted by Sharon W on 8/16/03 at 09:23 (127117)

For anyone who has a Costco nearby, pays for their own meds, and uses any generic prescription drugs, this is great information!

http://groups.msn.com/NationalPeripheralNeuropathyConference/general.msnw?action=get_message&mview=0&ID_Message=11308&LastModified=4675434729986783213

Sharon
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Re: How to (legitimately) save some money on your generic prescription drugs

Peter R on 8/16/03 at 10:11 (127119)

Costco is great- prescription drugs not ins covered are priced slightly over wholesale. Also, if your medical ins has drug coverage look into it. I can buy, through my ins drug plan a 3 month supply of a script item for the cost of a single copayment at the pharmacy- That cuts the cost by 2/3. Now I would like to have my vodka bill cut by the same amount.

Re: How to (legitimately) save some money on your generic prescription drugs

john h on 8/16/03 at 11:33 (127127)

Peter when I made my regular flights in and out of Goosebay, Labrador and Harmon, Newfoundland I could buy a quart of V.O., Beefeaters or your best Vodka for $.95 a quart. Customs limited us to 4 quarts a trip but since I made these milk runs 3 or 4 times a month my house looked like a booze store. I did not drink all that much and I really cannot remember what I did with it all when I moved. Heniken by the case was $.10 a bottle. The U.S. Customs officers often had me bring them back a case of Rose Matuse (Portugal Wine) which was around $1.00 a bottle.

Re: How to (legitimately) save some money on your generic prescription drugs

Peter R on 8/16/03 at 16:31 (127137)

Vewry attractive prices but what were you earning at that time?