Meredith (fleckerbug) wrote in thequestionclub,

druuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugs

If you have insurance, what is your copay for prescriptions?


Mine have gone haywire as of late. I'm supposed to pay $15 for generics and $20 for nongeneric. All I get is generics and I'm used to paying $15 for them, but lately I'm being charged less. I chalked it up the meds maybe just not being that expensive and cost less than $15 in the first place (which I'd seen before), but I've started looking at my receipt and it'll say the med was $12 or whatever, but that my insurance covered $45. I would get it if prescriptions were based on percentages, but they're not supposed to be. Anyone else run into this? (I'm not complaining... at 8 prescriptions a month, I welcome the discount!).
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