Cheap Generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) Price
Cheap Generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) Price
Buy generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) for up to 34% off retail cost at your pharmacy with PS Card. Uninsured? Save up to 50% on all your prescriptions with a free PS Card. Pharmacy prices differ, so it pays to shop around. Find the best local pharmacy price for generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) with our Price a Prescription tool. The PS Card discount prescription card is free and everyone qualifies.
Facts about Bronze Plan SF prescription prices and annual deductibles
Many health exchange Bronze and Silver insurance plans don't cover prescriptions at all, including SF, until you spend up to your annual deductible. According to experts, only one in ten people meet a $2500 annual deductible. This means most people on Bronze or Silver plans will end up paying for their SF 1.1% Gel (gm) out of their own pocket. Is there a $22 prescription copay on your plan? If so, check the PS Card price. For 68% of all generic prescriptions (single month supply) the PS Card cash price is less than $22. Check local pharmacy prices now for generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) using our Price A Prescription tool.
See how much you'll save on discount generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) with PS Card:
|Quantity||PS Card cheap generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) Price|
|56||$12.68 save 4% ($0.47)|
|112||$19.27 save 27% ($7.04)|
|168||$25.85 save 34% ($13.60)||Best value!|
Savings are calculated from Average Retail Cost, which excludes promotional pricing such as $4 generic programs. Find specific local pharmacy prices for generic SF using our Price A Prescription tool.
Taking a different strength of generic SF? SF is available in the following other strengths: SF 5000 Plus 1.1% Cream(gm)
SF Patient Assistance:
Because SF has a generic alternative, there is no manufacturer-sponsored prescription assistance program for SF 1.1% Gel (gm). However, your PS Card acts like a SF patient assistance program, saving you up to 34% off the retail generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) cost.
Learn more about patient assistance programs.
SF 1.1% Gel (gm) Coupons
Because SF has a generic alternative, no manufacturer-sponsored coupons are available. Your PS Card acts like an instant generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) coupon, saving you up to 34% off the retail cost at your local pharmacy.
Online Pharmacy Price for SF 1.1% Gel (gm):
Compare PS Card's cheap generic price for SF 1.1% Gel (gm) to prices from online pharmacies like Drugstore.com. If you need it today you can buy discount generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) today at a convenient neighborhood pharmacy. No waiting and no hassle. Make yourself an instant PS Card now.
Everyone qualifies and it's free.
PS Card is a free SF 1.1% Gel (gm) Prescription Savings Card for cash discounts off the retail cost of generic SF and other prescription drugs. This SF 1.1% Gel (gm) RX card works for nearly all FDA-approved prescription medications, including diabetic test strips, at nearly all pharmacies in the U.S. for instant discounts, just like a money-off SF 1.1% Gel (gm) prescription coupon. Choose your favorite pharmacy to buy cheap generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm). PS Card works at all the national chain pharmacies like CVS, Rite Aid, and Walgreens, at all the discount store pharmacies like Target and Walmart, at grocery store pharmacies like Kroger and Safeway, at Good Neighbor and Medicine Shoppe pharmacies, and at most mom-and-pop local pharmacies. Price A Prescription now and find the best place to buy your cheap generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm) and other medications.
PS Card is the drug card that gives uninsured and cash-paying pharmacy customers access to the same price breaks big insurance companies negotiate on behalf of their members. Everyone qualifies and it’s free. Whether you're recently laid off, had your insurance cancelled, or in an insurance waiting period, if you're paying the retail price for generic SF 1.1% Gel (gm), get a cheaper price with PS Card. There's no reason to skimp on your needed SF prescription. Print yourself an instant PS Card now.
Buying a Pet Prescription? Save money on that too.
If your dog or cat - or any other animal's - prescription can be filled at a regular pharmacy, you can use a PS Card to save money. Ask your veterinarian if your pet's prescription can be filled at your pharmacy. Then print an instant PS Card for your pet, too. More on Pet Meds.