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Question DetailsAsked on 11/22/2017

How much is 60 oxycodone 10 mg?

I would like to know what kind of discount I get on OxyConting 60 of them for 10 mg

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Anywhere from about $75 to over $200 it looks like for that dose and quantity, depending on where you get it and if you have a drug discount card or not. Of course, if you are covered under a health care plan / insurance which covers medications, then you pay the deductible or copay per that plan regardless of the pharmacy's normal charge - which in some cases can mean you end up paying more copay than the total cash price.

But their contract requires going by the contract rate, so the only way you can get around that is go to another pharmacy and tell them you do not have insurance and pay their cheaper cash price there - never giving them your insurance info. But in many states that will not work for a controlled drug because of prescription matching programs which show all prescriptions for that drug which you have filled in the past year or so, to prevent people from doubling up on provioder prescriptions of narcotics.

Here is a website that tracks drug pricing which is pretty convenient to use to find out what chains are charging for different meds -

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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