Stop overpaying for your prescriptions! Compare prescription drug prices and find coupons to save up to 80%, even with insurance.

Most Americans don't know that prescription prices vary wildly from pharmacy to pharmacy. There's never been a way to compare drug prices - until now.

GoodRx makes comparing prescription drug prices easy. Our app provides current cash and sale prices, manufacturer coupons, pharmacy discounts and valuable savings tips for thousands of prescriptions at pharmacies near you. GoodRx tells you which pharmacies have many popular generic drugs for less than $4 per fill, and some where certain prescriptions for free!

Best of all, many of our savings coupons can be used from within the app - simply hand your phone to the pharmacist to save up to 80%! No need to print out anything - find savings on the go!

GoodRx is 100% free to use - there are no fees or obligations to you. You can use GoodRx for every member of your family, including pets. To protect your privacy, you can also create a passcode to limit access to the app.

GoodRx has been featured by Consumer Reports, The New York Times, PBS, ABC News, Forbes, CNN, The LA Times and more. Our app is used by hundreds of doctors and clinics to help save patients money on their medications.

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Here's what GoodRx users are saying:

"I am still in shock!!! I called my doctor to cancel the prescription he ordered for me due to the cost. Then I found GoodRx. I brought your coupon to Walgreens and wound up paying $40.20 instead of the $452.97 that was their original cost. You guys are literally a lifesaver! The pharmacist was as surprised as I was. Thank you so much!"

“As a doctor, I’m always interested in saving money for my patients. GoodRx helps my patients afford the drugs they need - and it’s so easy!”

"I decided to give your site a spin and was pleasantly surprised to see you guys saved my $50 a month right off the bat. Not a bad bonus for a first time user!"

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What's New

Version 5.3.4

To get this latest release of the GoodRx app, you’ll need to have your doctor fill out a TPS Form in triplicate (don’t worry - it’s only 15 pages of your most sensitive personal medical information!). Then, fax it to us, where there’s an 87% chance that we’ll just lose it. If you’re lucky, we’ll let you know that you didn’t provide a cover sheet, so you’ll need to resubmit and also provide signatures and saliva samples from your doctor, your third cousin and Bill, whoever he is. Finally approved? Not so fast - you’ll then find out you’ve got a $2 million deductible and we’re still not going to cover your prescription.

Oh wait, sorry - we just described how hard it is to get your prescriptions covered by insurance. For the latest version of GoodRx, just download it! No forms, no fees, no faxes - who faxes anymore, anyway?

This time around, we actually did something. The GoodRx app now shows the hours, location and phone of your closest pharmacy location right on the coupon. Boom! No really, there’s no need to applaud. A standing ovation? Why, we’re flattered! :wink:

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
218.2K Ratings
218.2K Ratings
oh yeah my life

Kudos to you couldn’t do it without you

I’m on disability and recently divorced so have a limited income monthly and I also have cancer and a lot of meds that I take probably 15 pills a day plus a couple of patches if I didn’t have good RX to help me pay for some nine meds there’s no way I could take them all. I am on Medicare and I have a supplemental part D that I have to pay for but some of my medications are so expensive even with the prescription insurance they still cost me $60-$80 Per month for one of my Scripps actually two or three of them and one of them is over $500 a month without insurance so your coupons help me out so much and save me so much money or I wouldn’t be able to take my medicine that keeps me alive. I had brain tumors that took out my pituitary gland so my thyroid doesn’t function I have adrenal insufficiency my kidneys don’t function my liver doesn’t function with out synthetic medication to keep them working on a daily basis steroids thyroid medicine everything you can imagine and without good RX I would not be able to get this medicine thank U thank U thank U and God bless you for helping and doing everything you do to keep us alive and able to take her medicine at a lower price I would not be here without you❤️❤️❤️😘😘😘


Literally saved me over $100...

Like the title says. This app literally saved me over $100 the first time I used it! No joke! I had to go to another pharmacy but it wasn’t a problem.
When I first went to get some new meds filled, I was shocked that they were about $118. To us, that’s a lot. The young man, pharmacy tech saw that in our eyes, and said “That’s a lot of money, most doctors have no idea how much these meds cost!” We just didn’t have the money for that and were kind of embarrassed, he saw that too. So on he went, “Maybe you could get these later and check out this app called Good Rx, I’ve seen people save 30 bucks, 40, even $100 once, that was crazy! Can’t promise anything but it’s worth checking out.” Relieved I nodded and said “yes thank you! I will definitely check that out.” We left and downloaded the app and did find the SAME meds a little over $100 less than without the app! That saved me from not being able to buy my meds, to, buying them and having money left over! GoodRx IS great!

Smoke Rise

Excellect app!

In several instances GoodRX costs are below my copay cost of medications in my prescription drug program, i. e. medicare plan D. This concerns me greatly as shouldn’t one’s plan D program drug costs be negotiated for lower costs for their customers? Are is it that these programs are cartels keeping drug costs high to enrich the companies at the expense of retired persons who have the most accumulated wealth in the US than any other group collectively? Thus, another means of wealth transfer from seniors to drug manufacturers and insurance companies. Or are the laws structured in the United States written and devised to benefit drug manufactures and insurance companies from competitively bidding and crossing state lines? Many of these drugs are distributed in other countries at extremely lower costs than what it cost US citizens.

I have not used GoodRX as of yet. However, I’m looking forward to using it in 2018 and the challenge of lowering my prescription costs.

Thank you to the stakeholders of GoodRX for your collaborative efforts in the development of this app.


GoodRx, Inc.
84.3 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
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