Links to low priced common prescription medications:

Prices are normally for generic drugs of the name-brand drugs, additionally, we selected the lowest prices at a point in time, prices may have changed since last updated.  Additionally read closely on dosage when reviewing pricing. 

How do you identify an unknown pill?  We have included the free RxSaver's pill identifier (pill finder) it's a great tool that lets you easily enter drug markings, color and shape to identify unknown pills. You can also use the Rxlist Pill identification tool, another way of finding more information about your unknown pills.

Identify pills by imprint, shape, color, symbol, size or score:

With RxSaver's pill finder, you can determine a pill's name by inputting at least one of the pill's physical appearance into their free drug identifier.

Websites to help you save big on your prescriptions:

We have created a complete list of websites to help you obtain discounts through coupons and discount cards on your prescription drugs. Use these sites whether your insured or uninsured and you may never need to pay full price for some or all of your medication again. We have also included websites that help with *Prescription Assistance Programs (PAPs).

Not sure where to start with medication insurance?  It's highly recommended that you visit HealthCare.gov to learn more about getting covered for medicare and medicaid.  

Prescription Assistance Programs (PAPs): Websites:

Top choices:

GoodRx is a web and mobile application platform that gathers current prices and discounts to help you find the lowest cost pharmacy for your prescriptions. The average GoodRx customer saves $355 a year on their prescriptions. GoodRx is 100% free. No personal information required.

Blink Health is a web and mobile application platform that provides discounted prescription prices on over 15,000 medications. Pay online and pick up at any of the 35,000+ participating pharmacies nationwide, or they ensure you can get your Rx delivered right to the customers door. Online doctor visits are offered for select conditions. 

WeRx.org is a web and mobile application platform that allows users to compare and report prescription drug prices between local pharmacies. The program visually maps out the different price points of stores in your vicinity, and also allows users to share and compare local and online prescription medication prices

The Discount Drug Network is a web and mobile application platform that works as a card or with coupons. The Discount Drug Network mobile app is used for searching for local pharmacies and for pricing prescriptions; to use the program, you must print a card from the app to show the pharmacist. Prescription searches include generics in case that option costs less than their discounted price.

SingleCare is a web and mobile application platform where customers look up prescriptions to find the lowest prices in their area. They then click on a prescription to customize the dosage and quantity. Customers Download, text, or email  a free SingleCare coupon card. It can be used at participating pharmacy locations, and it’s completely free. 

NeedyMeds is a nationwide non-profit that has information on all the pharmaceutical patient assistance programs (PAPs), copay programs, and other types of financial assistance for those experiencing a hardship paying for medications and healthcare costs. Our website is visited by 13-14,000 visitors most weekdays. Our data is free, easy to access, and updated regularly. Our toll-free helpline receives around 6,000 callers per month. All access is anonymous.  

PatientAssistance.com is a free resource designed to help connect patients who can't afford their prescription medications with patient assistance programs. Patient Assistance Programs (or PAPs) are programs offered by pharmaceutical companies to offer free or reduced-cost medications to low-income, underinsured, or uninsured individuals. Each medication can have its own PAP and eligibility requirements.

Additional information:

What are Prescription Assistance Programs (PAPs): Most pharmaceutical companies voluntarily offer PAPs. PAPs, are designed to help patients who lack health insurance or prescription drug coverage obtain the medications they need. These programs are typically offered free or low-cost prescription drugs to qualifying individuals (US residents, no insurance, and meet income guidelines.). NeedyMeds is a top choice.

What is a Prescription Discount Card: it's a discount program offered either free or for a small annual or monthly fee. You can use these discount cards (or rx coupons) at any pharmacy within the prescription discount card company’s pharmacy network.