Many brand-name drugs have generic alternatives. Check if generic substitutions are available with your plan and then talk with your doctor to see if this would be a good option for you.
If you're using a brand name drug that doesn't have a generic alternative, there may be lower-cost, brand-name drugs used to treat the same condition.
A preferred network pharmacy has an agreement with your Part D plan to charge less. As a preferred pharmacy with many of the nation's top plans, Walgreens offers $1 copays on select Part D plans.1
Preferred network pharmacies can offer lower copays because they have an agreement with your Part D plan to charge less. Pharmacies charge different copays. As a preferred pharmacy with many of the nation's top plans, Walgreens offers copays as low as $1 on select Part D plans.1 There are many plans to choose from, but only certain plans include Walgreens in their Preferred Pharmacy Network.2 Here are just a few: