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Unread 08-04-2015, 12:50 AM   #1
mwcolts1
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I don't have any insurance for prescriptions and I recently had to switch over from subutex to suboxone. I was paying around $190 for 60 subutex from Walmart and now I'm trying to find the most cost effective place to get suboxone strips. I have the $200 off coupon and I read that Walgreens is the cheapest place to get them. I live in the Cincinnati area and I wondered what pharmacy would be the least expensive to get my suboxone strips filled? Any suggestions?
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Unread 08-04-2015, 06:58 AM   #2
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Hi mwcolts1, some people have had success in using this site to find the cost of prescriptions: http://www.goodrx.com/

One thing we've found over the years is that prices can vary even within a chain - depending on the location of the store. Check the warehouse stores too - Costco, Sam's Club and BJs.

You might want to see if either Zubsolv or Bunavail are less expensive and there are generic buprenorphine/naloxone formulations as well.

The following are discount cards for all three brand names - I realize you have the Suboxone one, but I figured I'd list it in case someone reading doesn't have it.
I've also included the links to the free med programs for two of the three. Maybe you're eligible for one of those.

Suboxone free meds: http://www.needymeds.org/drug_list.t...&name=Suboxone
Suboxone discount card: http://www.suboxone.com/treatment-pl...-card?cid=subx

Zubsolv free meds: http://www.needymeds.org/brand-drug/name/Zubsolv
Zubsolv discount card: https://www.zubsolv.com/zubsolv/patient-savings/

Bunavail free meds: I couldn't find a free med program.
Bunavail discount card: https://webrebate.trialcard.com/coupon/bunavailportal/

Hope that helps.

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