Pharmacy Cost Of Generic Suboxone

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pharmacy cost of generic suboxone
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You get 30 of the name brand strips for $110? Out of about 30 pharmacy in 3 different countys the cheapest we been able to find is 11 for $100 and CVS 30 of brand name will cost $450 and the cheapest Pharmacy 30 cost $270 ## Hi country girl, I know that prices of generic Suboxone may vary depending on location, but other than that I can't really provide any specific details. Is this post meant to be a response to someone else regarding the cost of Suboxone? If I can provide any helpful information about this medication please post back and let me know! ## In wa you can get suboxone (up to 3 pilld a day) for $250 a month=! ...
Updated 19 days ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Sep 29 '17, 11:09 AM
Suboxone or generic
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I take 2 subs a day. I just left the pharmacy and the total price for 60 at walgreens is $613.99. I have a suboxone coupon you can get off the suboxone website. It brought it down to $396.00. I do not have insurance either. What worries me about getting generic is will it cost more since there is no coupon for it as far as I know???... ## Prices for many medications have gotten totally outrageous. You could just ask the pharmacy to compare the prices for you, they shouldn't have a problem doing so. Prices can also vary widely from one pharmacy to the other, so you should check different pharmacies in your area. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Have ... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Feb 19 '17, 9:16 PM
Generic Suboxone 8 Mg
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Just called Cosco pharmacy and the price of a 30 tabs is $99.50.You do not have to be a cosco member to use the pharmacy. ## @RIlley, Thanks for sharing the good news! I've always thought that you had to have a membership to even walk in there. Do you find that $99 is a good price for 30 tabs compared to Walgreens, CVS, and other brig chain pharmacies? Generally Costco members get some sort of discount, but I'm curious to know if pharmacy patients reap any additional benefits as well for using their services. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Mar 28 '13, 9:51 PM
Suboxone Costs
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I was wondering if anyone could give me the pricing on the new generic suboxone. I have blue cross blue shield and i take the 8mg tablets. I get a script of 30 a month and i pay $110 dollars for 30 of the brand name. I am getting my script filled on thursday and wnated to know if i could save any money by going with the generic. ## Unfortunately, there are no universal cost guidelines for prescription drugs, it can vary from area to area and from pharmacy to pharmacy. Thus, the best thing you can do is to contact your pharmacy and ask them. There have been a few people that said some generics ended up costing them more, while others said it was about the same price, so it's very hard to say. Learn more Suboxone details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Apr 16 '13, 12:32 PM
Generic Suboxone Sl 8 Mg Price
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what is the price on the new generic suboxone sl 8 mg /2 mg per tablet? As I don't have insurance & have to buy them separate or a few at a time. ## This website does not manufacture, prescribe nor sell any medications, it is an information only website. That said, the price will vary from area to area, from pharmacy to pharmacy and according to how many you are buying. In most cases it is cheaper to buy a month's worth, as the individual price goes up if you buy lower amounts. Learn more Suboxone details here. Have you asked your local pharmacies for price quotes? ## In regards to people asking about generic Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone). It seems that the tablets cost more than the name brand strips. Even the generics, appear to cost slightly more than the name brand s... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Jun 15 '13, 9:57 PM
Generic Suboxone Teva Brand Not Impressed
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I wason the AN 415 orange generic suboxone tablets and for no reason at all other than to cut their ordering costs Rite Aide just switched to the 93/5721 generic suboxone tablets they are no where near as good I have diarrhea, nausea, irritability and high blood pressure after switching to the Teva brand. The pharmacy swears the tablets are the same milligrams and same active ingredients,but I highly disagree. I was slowly tapering down on the orange AN 415 but since being put on these I can't do that any longer. I usually don't complain when insurance was covering it but I am disabled and only get $630 a month since I'm paying $301 out of pocket for them each month I expect the best. ## Wow! That is a crazy out of pocket cost, I can't believe the prices for some medicat... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Oct 10 '16, 1:49 PM
Please help me with the prices of generic Suboxone with no insurance
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Hi, I been on suboxone for 3 years and I'm on 3 strips a day, my insurance Aetna better health the worst company out there would pay 6 months at a time then my Dr would have to send them papers and this time they don't want to cover it, all they tell me on the phone is Aetnas pharmacy said it's not needed, and the Dr might not be sending the paper work they need, my appointment is Monday and I have not been able to get a hold of my Dr. My appointment cost 110 and I was just seeing does anyone know how much the generic brand is, even if I have to try to go down to 2 a day, or is there another option. I'm out of work due to illness and I don't know how I'm going to be able to get it but any information would be so helpful even if I have to buy a little at a time, t... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Dec 20 '16, 10:52 AM
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If you use Suboxone to get off Methadone or any other opiate, you will be trading one addition for another. Suboxone is extremely difficult to withdraw from, google it prior to using it for anything. It causes weight gain, in 5 years I have gained 50 lbs and I am very active, working out does not help to lose the weight, this drug is dangerous, my heart blew a valve, Sick Sinus Syndrome, not good, look it up, my cardiologist said Suboxone caused it. Once again, depending on how long you are on Suboxone, the withdrawal symptoms are horrific and it could take years for you to wean off of it. Additionally if you do not have insurance the cost from a pharmacy for strips are $8 per strip, pills are generic and just under $4. The only way to get off of it is to taper down and it is not easy t... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Jul 01 '15, 5:47 AM

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