The official Florida Prescription Drug Price website helps consumers easily compare 2023 prices for the 300 most commonly dispensed and approved prescription drugs for Medicaid patients in FL. Consumer Health Ratings found large price variation among pharmacies. Here’s an example: In Miami-Dade County, March 2023 prices ranged from $562 to $1,965 for the same drug Eliquis (5 mg, quantity 60). ($620 was the cost at CVS; Walgreens price was $599. This example excludes the lowest area price of $46, and the highest price of nearly $42,000 – not kidding – at La Cubana Pharmacy Discount in Miami.) Another example: Warfarin 2 mg prices ranged from $17 to a $44 per prescription. In other cases, pharmacy prices might be nearly identical to each other. Drugs vary by city, include amlodopine, Flovent, Januvia, Jardiance, Latuda, Metoprolol, Ozempic, Spiriva, Trazodone, Vraylar, Xarelto and more. One of the few pharmacy cost comparison sites left in the US. Unfortunately high priced, heavily advertised brand name best-selling drugs (Humira, Revlimid, Opdivo, Keytruda, Enbrel, Herceptin, Avastin, Rituxan, Xarelto, Eylea, Remicade, Prevnar 13, Stelara, Lyrica, and Vyvanse) are not included. Updated monthly.
Compare pharmacy prices in Michigan at michigandrugprices.com. This drug cost comparison tool gives consumers the ability to search prescription drug prices by city or by zip code. Drug costs are listed if Medicaid paid for them recently (dates are current to 2022). One hundred fifty (150) drugs such as Albuterol, Amitriptyline, Atorvastatin, Insulin, Lexapro, Olanzapine, Paxil, Prozac, Risperidone, Singulair, Trazodone, Vraylar, Vyvanse, Xanax. Includes CVS, Henry Ford, Kroger, Meijer, Rite Aid, Target, Walgreens Pharmacies. Pricing from Medicaid payments, updated monthly. Expand your radius (miles) for search, to see more price options. MI is one of the few states who, thankfully, offer this pharmacy price service.
New Jersey Prescription Drug Price Registry lets consumers compare 2022 drug prices by pharmacy in New Jersey for 150 different prescription medications. List includes common drugs like Eliquis, Synthroid, Vyvanse, Xarelto, Flucelvax Quad, Shingrix, Lantus, Fluzone, Januvia, Ventolin, Symbicort, Trulicity, Jardiance, Afluria, Flovent, Breo Ellipta, Basaglar KwikPen insulin, Fluarix, Ozempic, Novolog Flexpen, Advair,Myrbetriq, Bystolic, Levemir, Suboxone, Tresiba, Humira, Lo Loestrin, Linzess, Flublok Quad, Humalog, Vascepa, Lantus, Trelegy Ellipta, Spiriva, Latuda, Tradjenta, Dexilant, Anoro Ellipta, Entresto, Victoza,Chantix, Trintellix, Novolog, Brilinta, Lumigan, Incruse Ellipta, Janumet, Biktarvy, Pneumovax-23, OxyContin, Invokana, Vraylar, Enbrel, Narcan and more. Interesting features of this website: Medications ranked by volume, and an 800 number for New Jersey people: 1-800-242-5846. Easy to use site if you know the exact dose. Includes 2022 prices and older costs also (if that was the last time the pharmacy filled a particular prescription), updated weekly. Beware of relying on old prices, since brand name drug prices have risen. From NJ Division of Consumer Affairs. This site is kept up to date with newer drugs, and the tool is quite easy to use. Note that the comparative pricing is per tablet, not per prescription. One of the best prescription cost comparison sites in the US.
Search and compare prescription drug prices in New York. The state Attorney General’s office shows NY pharmacy prices for 150 commonly prescribed drugs such as Abilify, Advair, Albuterol, Actos (Pioglitazone), Adderall xr, Ambien, Amoxicillin, Aricept, Boniva, Celebrex, Chantix, Cialis, Cipro, Concerta, Coumadin, Flomax (Tamsulosin), Fosamax (Alendronate), Flonase, Imitrex, Januvia, Klonopin, Lovaza, Lyrica, Meopropolol, Namenda, Nasonex, Nexium, Olanzapine (Zyprexa), Paxil, Plavix, Premarin, Prevacid (Lansoprazole), Risperdal, Spiriva, Synthroid, Ultram, Valtrex, Viagra, Yaz, Zetia, Zocor (Simvastatin), Zoloft. Easy to use site, except some brands are listed under the generic name. One of the few states to continue to offer this price shopping service for prescription drugs. Example of price range for Abilify: $520 to $1,690 for brand name (Manhattan). Lyrica prices in Suffolk County ranged from $173 to $511. A drawback to the list of available drugs is that it appears it hasn’t been updated since 2010. Consequently, newer drugs aren’t included, even if they represent some of the best-selling drugs. Not included: Humira, Imbruvica, Eliquis, Eylea, Enbrel, Avastin, Herceptin, Keytruda, Opdivo, Revlimid, Rituxan, Stelara, for example. Effective dates of the prices are often not stated, and can date back as far as 2011, now 11 years old. There appear to be no updates in the past two years.
Check Walmart’s cost for some generic drugs for $4 or $10, although some will cost more. Walmart has implemented a limited-scope program for about 30 generic drugs (with multiple drug/dose combinations) offered at a $4 price for a 30-day supply, or $10 for 90 day supply. About 60 other drugs are listed for $9 or $15 for a 30 day supply. The 90-day supply prices for those drugs are $24, and $38. Albuterol HFA is listed for $24 for a 30-day supply. If dosage is higher for any listed drug, the cost will be higher. Available in all states except North Dakota. However: Due to FAIR PRICING laws in CA and MN, many drugs will carry higher prices, or may not be available. Other states may also carry higher prices. Revised price list dated June 2020 is still in effect November 6, 2022.
Find and compare current Washington drug prices at pharmacies participating in the Washington Prescription Drug Program (WPDP). WA consumers can enroll as members in a prescription drug discount card. There is no cost to get the card. Must know exact dose, desired quantity, and number of days. Buying a 90 day supply, through retail or mail order was often the lowest cost option. Local pharmacy drug stores include Bartell, CVS, Costco, Virginia Mason, hospital pharmacies and many more. Walmart and Walgreen pharmacies do not participate in the discount program. Compare prices between retail and mail order, or compare brand name drugs vs equivalent generics. Open to all Washington residents, regardless of age or income level. Originally developed through Attorney General’s office, but now operated by the Northwest Prescription Drug Consortium. Website prices at medimpact.com. Updated 2022.
New Hampshire’s prescription drug cost compare site is no longer operating. The NH pharmacy price site was formerly called “Medicine Cabinet”. If the state ever decides to offer this free service again, to help people afford prescription medications, it would likely be listed at this NH HealthCost page.
Pharmacy prices used to be listed for about 90 prescription drugs at a Vermont government site (Office of Attorney General of VT). Consumers could compare medication drug prices. Launched in 2007, unfortunately, some time after 2010 the Drug Price Finder service was discontinued. Formerly at atg.state.vt.us