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Old 05-27-2016, 11:52 PM   #1
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Blink Health for Prescriptions

Found this today, and it looks interesting- anyone tried it?? It is an alternative way to get mostly generic prescriptions filled, often cheaper than through insurance.

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Warfarin is $25 (90 day) from Blink and $6 at Walmart and $0 mail-order through my Insurance.

Atenolol is $8 from Blink, $3 at Walmart, and $0 mail-order.

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Only one of the meds my family take is cheaper than my copay and then again only by 6 cents. But I always pay attention to these because some day I'll FIRE and will need an ACA plan, many of which have a deductible for prescriptions here in TX.
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A previous E-R discussion on Blink is here: Any experience with Blink pharmacy?
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