My insurer would not approve my first 30 days and I had to pay $207 for 30 patches at CVS!
Hello homer and welcome to DC. That could take some foot work to figure that one out. It depends on what state you live in and whether you can get "assistance" from the manufacturer, if you are eligible. All drug stores are not the same and sometimes you can get better prices at the big chain, discount centers like BJs, Sam's Club, Costco and the like. You might have to do some phone calling or other foot work to get to the bottom of that one... and I hope you do. One of my meds is $300 at the moment so I have had to curtail some of the other things I like to do... even down to food shopping at another store that I know is much, much cheaper than where I was going.
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Be safe, be well and take good care of you because you do matter...
I've found that CVS is one of the most expensive of the pharmacies. Its well worth checking around and see if someone else has it cheaper. Did you check with your insurance company to see if there was a way to get it approved by them? If you go to this site, you can get a coupon for your next months, that saves quite a bit of money.
- Neupro Information for Consumers
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