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    Does anyone know how to go about getting the $4 prescription drugs from Walmart?
    Can a person without health insurance get any of those prescription drugs for $4?

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    That is the copay you have to pay if you get your prescription filled at WalMart.

    That is applicable only for people that comprehensive health insurance. And this only in some state, only for selected generic drugs. Not all drugs. No brand name drugs.

    It is not for people without health insurance. By no means, WalMart is selling all the prescription drugs for $4.
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    I do have comprehensive health insurance but the co-pay for generic drugs on my plan is $10. So, if the walmart in my area offers $4 generics, how can I get that for $10?

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    I believe that you will have to pay $4 in that case, and not $10.
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    The info on this thread is quite wrong..

    Walmart is selling a certain list of generics (lots, maybe not every generic) at $4 . This is the final price, not the copay. I just purchased a prescription for Amoxicillin last weekend for my mother, and paid $4 , no insurance involved.

    IF you have an insurance that has a copay LOWER than $4 (very unlikely), you can choose to go that route (at Walmart or any other place as should be obvious).

    But Walmart's $4 prescription drug cost is available to anyone (with a prescription ofcourse) and is the final out-the-door cost.

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