By now, we all know that ordering your prescription medication online can save you time and money.
Did you know you can save even more money by turning your prescription into a subscription?
The question is: how can a Canadian online pharmacy save you so much money?
Read on to find out how to save more money, how to order your prescription once and not have to go online to reorder every month, and how to find the right pharmacy and price.
Turning your prescription into a subscription
Going to an online pharmacy is the first step to save yourself some money on your prescription medications.
Some online pharmacies have membership dues, allowing you to subscribe to them to get your medication each month.
Even though it may sound like you’re just spending more, you actually save more money.
When you turn your prescription into a monthly subscription, you get the assistance of a licensed pharmacist who helps to keep track of when your prescription needs to be refilled.
The pharmacy will proactively check with your doctor to renew any prescriptions that are expiring, and arrange for the prescription to be reissued and filled — saving you time and hassle.
Other ways to save even more money include looking for generic counterparts and price comparing to find the lowest priced medication possibly.
Generic medications have all the same main and active ingredients as the brand-name ones — so no need to worry about having different reactions due to not choosing the brand-name.
Purchasing a 90-day supply can also save you money and time — just order again a month before you run out to ensure you always have your medication on hand.
In most cases, it is wise to inform your doctor of your intention to save money through generic and 90 day supply medications, so they can write your prescription accordingly.
Many online pharmacies offer coupons and discounts available for you to use at any time to provide an even steeper discount than the 80% to 90% savings you get to start with.
Finding the right place
When looking for an online pharmacy, always do your research.
Ensure that the pharmacy has a valid license for the country they reside in.
Check the reviews online.
If the pharmacy does not ask for or require a prescription for your order, you should be aware — all legitimate pharmacies will require a legal prescription before you can even place your order.
Another way to ensure the pharmacy is not a knock off or a scam with dangerous medication is to check for a live onsite pharmacist.
Majority of the time, an online pharmacy will have a live licensed pharmacist available via telephone or live chat 24/7.
Online pharmacies are making it easier to find your medication at low prices, and even easier to get them delivered.
By subscribing to get your medication monthly, you can save even more money.
Go online to find a great Canadian online pharmacy and sign up for your medication monthly subscription.