The cost of medication is different from country to country and pharmacy to pharmacy. To find the lowest drug prices, it's often essential to compare medication costs locally and internationally. Using PharmacyChecker.com, patients can compare drug prices among trusted international mail order online pharmacies, including licensed Canadian pharmacies, and coupons available at U.S pharmacies. Comparing drug costs on PharmacyChecker.com helps you and your family save the most money and avoid getting burned by rogue websites.
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Sources: Price information updated daily. USA prices are a sample of the discounts available when using the U.S. Prescription Discount Card on PharmacyChecker.com. Discounts may be more or less substantial in your area; Canada and International prices are the lowest prices listed on PharmacyChecker.com by mail-order pharmacies that sell to Americans and meet the qualifications of the PharmacyChecker Verification Program.
All prices compared on PharmacyChecker.com are listed by online pharmacies accredited by and continuously monitored through the PharmacyChecker International Pharmacy Verification Program. PharmacyChecker-accredited online pharmacies are vetted for pharmacy licenses, prescription requirements, thoughtful marketing claims, privacy policies, data security, pharmacist consultation availability, and other high standards of online pharmacy practice. All accredited online pharmacies sell lawfully manufactured, genuine and regulated medicines from licensed pharmacies in Australia, Canada, India, Mauritius, New Zealand, the U.K., and the U.S. Many of the online pharmacies sell medicines worldwide, but some only ship to specific countries and regions.
Prescription drug discount cards and coupons are an important part of drug affordability in the U.S. The same prescription drug at one pharmacy can cost 95% less compared to another pharmacy right across the street. If you're looking for discount coupons for medication in the U.S., we identify pharmacies that offer discounted prices when you present the U.S. Prescription Discount Card to your pharmacist.
If you cannot afford medication, some pharmaceutical companies offer programs that cover all or part of the cost of their drugs. The patient assistant programs often have strict eligibility requirements having to do with your income and are most helpful to those with incomes below $30,000 a year but are also known to help those with income up to five times the poverty level. The programs will not accept everyone. If you are not eligible, then we recommend that you find cheaper prices offered at accredited online pharmacies or use our prescription drug discount card so that you don't go without or skip needed medication.
Pharmaceutical companies sometimes market the same drugs under different names in different countries. You may see more than one name for the exact same drug or a different brand or generic version. Our drug price comparisons contain many related drug name listings, for both generic and brand versions.
According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), some but not all drugs sold in Canada are the exact same. Some people tend to assume that drugs sold in the United States are made in the United States, and drugs that are sold in Canada are made in Canada, which is often not the case. Medications sold in the U.S. and Canada are manufactured in countries located throughout the world.
Have a question regarding your specific prescription medication savings options? Don't hesitate to ask. Our drug affordability advocates are here to help.