6 Nov 2012
Its not cheap. I get the generic. I go to walgreens and when I didn't have medicare I had a card from them. You pay $20 a yr for it, and it saved me hundreds of dollars. I got 180 at a time for $20. It also saved alot on my other meds. I have my paper from the last refill with the full price on it, it would be about $50 without that membership for you. I just got 240 and I didn't pay anything because of medicare, but they put on it how much you saved, and it was $113.
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