|Medication||Pharmacy||Lowest Price for Common Dosages*|
How much is Adderall without insurance?
Adderall without insurance costs nearly $8 per tablet, or $237.30 per month for an initial dose of one 5 mg tablet once a day. Fortunately, generic drugs are typically much more affordable than their brand-name counterparts. The same amount of generic Adderall costs less than $25 with a SingleCare coupon.
How much is an Adderall prescription out of pocket?
Wholesale Prices of Prescription ADHD Medicines
|Brand Name||Dose||Price per Month for Generic*|
|Adderall XR®||10 mg||$184|
How much is generic Adderall 20 mg?
The average cost for 60 Tablet(s), 20mg each of the generic (amphetamine-dextroamphetamine) is $84.99. You can buy amphetamine-dextroamphetamine at the discounted price of $30.65 by using the WebMDRx coupon, a savings of 64%. Even if this drug is covered by Medicare or your insurance, we recommend you compare prices.
How much does Adderall XR 20 mg cost without insurance?
The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of generic Adderall XR is around $22.01, 88% off the average retail price of $186.26.
Is there a generic for Adderall?
Both Adderall and Adderall XR come in affordable generic versions. The generic for Adderall is amphetamine salt combo, and the generic for Adderall XR is amphetamine salt combo XR.
What is the generic version of Adderall called?
Concerta and Adderall are the brand names of generic medications. The generic form of Concerta is methylphenidate. Adderall is a mixture of four different “amphetamine” salts mixed together to create a 3 to 1 ratio of dextroamphetamine and levoamphetamine.
How much does generic Adderall cost?
Amphetamine salts are available in generic and brand versions. Generic Adderall is covered by some Medicare and insurance plans, but pharmacy coupons or cash prices may be lower. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of generic Adderall is around $14.72, 70% off the average retail price of $49.09.
What insurance covers Adderall?
Medicare can help cover the cost of your Adderall prescription. You can get coverage using a Medicare Part D or a Medicare Advantage (Part C) plan. Most plans will only cover the generic version of Adderall, which is called amphetamine salt combo.
Who prescribes Adderall?
Only a psychiatrist, neurologist, or family physician can prescribe medication for adults with ADHD.
Does Adderall affect you sexually?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a potential side effect for men taking Adderall. Some men report a decreased interest in sex and difficulty getting and keeping an erection. This change in sex drive or sexual performance can cause distress and embarrassment.
Is generic Adderall as effective?
Are generic drugs less effective? No. Generic medications are just as effective as brand-name drugs. According to the FDA, drug makers must prove that generic medications can be substituted for brand-name drugs and offer the same benefits as their brand-name counterparts.
Is generic Adderall the same as Adderall?
If you take a generic version of Adderall, those two drug names will be on your medicine bottle. The generic costs less, but that s about the only difference you ll notice. Generic dextroamphetamine/amphetamine has the same risk of side effects as brand-name Adderall. It provides the same benefits, too.
What is comparable to Adderall XR?
Are Concerta and Adderall XR the Same Thing? Concerta (methylphenidate extended release tablets) and Adderall XR (amphetamine and dextroamphetamine salts) are used for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
What does Adderall look like?
The counterfeit Adderall tablets are round, white, and have no markings on them. Real Adderall tablets are round, orange/peach in color, and scored with a “dp” on one side and “30” on the other. The fake Adderall comes in a blister pack. Real Adderall 30 mg tablets come in a 100-count bottle.
Can GoodRx be used for controlled substances?
Participating pharmacies are required to accept GoodRx through contracts with their pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). An exception is for controlled medications. Accepting a GoodRx coupon for a controlled medication is always at the discretion of the pharmacist.