I have done a lot of research over the past year to find lower costs on medications. I am going to list some of the best sources. I typed your prescript
ion name in and found costs lower than $200.
GoodRX.com - it will find you discounts at all the local pharmacy chains in your area (I entered 60 800mg tablets of your medication and in my city, the cheapest price was $103)
NeedyMeds.com - you type in the medication and it will find cost assistance programs that you may be eligible for
Many states have a drug assistance card that is available to all citizens who reside in that state. I am not sure how many states have a program, but I typed in your drug name for my state's program and the cost for 90 800mg tablets of metaxalone was $162.35 - not sure if you need three every day though. To find your state's program, go to google and type your state name and then "drug assistance card" and that should pull it up.
I have ended up using my state card instead of insurance on many drugs because their prices are cheaper than my co-pays. For example, last year, my insurance wanted me to pay $20 for 9 pills a month of a certain drug. That is all they would fill. Using my state assistance card, I could buy 90 pills of the exact same medication for $36. GoodRX has also been a good source for cheaper prices than some of my co-pays.
Post Edited (Candy_Apple) : 1/31/2018 7:57:23 PM (GMT-7)