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#1 Pkay

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 06:49 PM

I have VA insurance but they make you jump through hoops to get anything outside provigil. I'm very happy with my addies and it does the job. I am willing to pay out of pocket but for 30mg x 60 its over $400. I've looked up a few discount cards and some can get it down to $150. I'm wondering if anyone has used any of these discount purchase cards or anything of the sort for addies or any other narcolepsy related meds.


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Posted 26 December 2012 - 09:40 PM

I have VA insurance but they make you jump through hoops to get anything outside provigil. I'm very happy with my addies and it does the job. I am willing to pay out of pocket but for 30mg x 60 its over $400. I've looked up a few discount cards and some can get it down to $150. I'm wondering if anyone has used any of these discount purchase cards or anything of the sort for addies or any other narcolepsy related meds.


Thanks in advance!


My doc gave me a discount card for focalin and its been free for me so far. That's been pretty sweet.