Reader Linda shared how she has saved $600 a year on prescriptions. Note, I have never used this site.
I follow your blog and am grateful for all savings advice and contests that you run. I found this amazing website and I use it all the time. I saved my mom $600 last year. She takes Nexium and was able to save $50 a month on her prescription. My sister told me my brother-in-law had to go on Lipitor and I directed her to www.internetdrugcoupons.com. She will be able to save $120 this year on his prescription. Share it with your readers so they can save too! Keep up the great work you do with your blog and have a great year.
Linda is not affiliated with this site, which frankly, looks spammy. If you only print coupons from the site, fine. But I would be vary about sharing ANY personal info. The site purports to have a free membership card (similar to AAA) that gives you discounts of 10-45% off on prescriptions not covered by health insurance. But AAA costs money to join. Why would drug companies and pharmacies give you a discount just for printing out this card? Sketchy.
At the bottom of the homepage I noticed this note from the webmaster that partially restores my trust.
This site is just a glorified list of links to drug coupons with descriptions of the offers. We do not issue or fulfill any of the offers. All offers come from the drug companies, not us. InternetDrugCoupons.com does not have any relationship whatsoever with any drug company.
I put together this site as my small contribution to help the American people save money on their drug bills during these difficult economic times.
We make money from advertisements on the site and advertisements are clearly marked. – Webmaster
For more info, read the site’s mission statement on the About page. Have you used this site? Are you curious about getting coupons for medications and prescriptions from the Internet?