Medication pricing involves many moving parts, however, Phil and our partner pharmacies do not increase or change a medication price unless mandated by an increase from the supplier of the medication.
Reasons for price increases on a medication can include patent expiration, the release of new generics, preferred product ordering, and many more.
Insurance coverage is a common reason for price fluctuation. Please check out our FAQ article "How are copays determined?" for a comprehensive review on how insurance can affect cost to you.
Manufacturer coupons can be a powerful aid in bringing down cost for some branded medications, but they have Terms & Conditions that can change at any time. A coupon may only allow for a certain amount of fills per year, or only work when run alongside active insurance. These changes can alter the pricing of the medication.
Should the cost of a medication ever increase, we will always reach out and request your confirmation before we process the refill.
If you have any questions about the price of your medication, please don't hesitate to reach out to email@example.com before approving your payment. We are happy to offer clarity on your price quote!