The "usual and customary" price of a medication as reported by pharmacies should be comparable to what a cash-paying customer without insurance would pay. The "usual and customary" price is also known as the retail price. This price does not include any discounts. Drug discount cards, private insurance, and other programs may offer substantial savings from retail prices. Your pharmacy may help you find a suitable drug discount program. Also, please see the Helpful Links provided through this website.
Prescription drug prices may vary from day-to-day. The price you find at your pharmacy may not be the same price that appears on this list. The prices quoted on the list are only meant to help you compare prices at different pharmacies and are not a guaranteed price.
If you use different pharmacies to fill your prescriptions, be certain to provide each pharmacist with a list of the prescribed medications you are currently taking to avoid potential contraindications.