Provigil/payment Help

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David N Hauseman Says:

Having a hard time getting my insurance company to pay for my Provigil; United Healthcare, Medco. They say I can pay for it but that is full price ast several hundred dollars per month. Any suggestions? I had not success with Nuvigil.

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Jenna Says:

Hi David,

Insurance companies can sure be a pain! Have you considered looking for various prescription coupons for this drug? It may be worth while to give it a try in the meantime.

One webpage I came across has a coupon that you can print out and give to your pharmacy for a generous discount on any prescription that is over $4.00. There seems to be a number of sites that offer these types of coupons and many users on the forums here have declared their valid legitimacy. Here is one which this site offers: RX Discount Card

Please post back if it does or does not work out for you, so we can look into other solutions if need be. Prior to filling your prescription, I would suggest calling or going into your local pharmacy with the coupon in hand to verify that they will accept it.

I hope this helps!

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James Says:

Does this card work if You have a Medicare Advantage plan.

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Renato Pinto Says:

Hello! Ever thought of getting it from antoher country?

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