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You are taking generic levothyroxine (or Unithroid® brand), and you are paying more than $10 to $15 a month for your medication.

WHAT COULD BE GOING ON?

 

You're overpaying for these inexpensive forms of levothyroxine, and should take advantage of opportunities to get your medication at a lower cost.


ACTION PLAN:

Make it a point to pay no more than around $3 to $8 a month for lower-cost levothyroxine. Specifically, you can 
 

  • Get refills of generic levothyroxine at $4 a month from Walmart stores, with or without insurance

  • Fill generic levothyroxine prescriptions by mail-order from HoneybeeHealth for $8 a month, without insurance. You can find Honeybee online at https://honeybeehealth.com.  

  • If you have insurance, distributor Amneal offers a copay card so you can get their Unithroid® brand levothyroxine for $3 a month. You can get a Unithroid® Copay Card online at https://www.activatethecard.com/7194

  • You should always plan to research and compare prices at GoodRx (https://www.goodrx.com)  and SingleCare (https://www.singlecare.com). 

 

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