If I have a drug program while on Medicare, Can I use the GoodRx card rather than go through Cigna?
- lucyLv 77 months ago
You can use a GoodRx discount instead of your prescription insurance or Medicare if the cost is lower. However, GoodRx cannot be combined with your insurance or any federal or state-funded program such as Medicare or Medicaid. GoodRx is not insurance.
So, yes but can't use (both). So, like the article states, if goodrx is cheaper than your insurance co-pay, then you have to tell the pharmacist to (not) put in your insurance.
Years ago, a friend complained that she found a RX for $4, but her Part D was $10 copay. So instead of paying $10, then had pharmacist put in as (cash), thus paid only $4.
- DustbindivaLv 77 months ago
You have to pay cash with GoodRX unless they will accept your Cigna drug plan.
- vulcan_alexLv 77 months ago
Yes, yes you can.
- ZarnevLv 77 months ago
Yes, you can use GoodRx instead of your Medicare coverage.
I do find GoodRx has good prices compared to some Part D coverage but usually you'll be able to find a drug plan that'll be better. You should check into changing plans when you get the option.Source(s): Independent Ägent
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- A HunchLv 77 months ago
As long as the coupon you are using says that it can't be used if you have other coverage.