How much does 30 xanax cost with out insurance?

There are several factors that may affect the price of Xanax. These prices are typically based without insurance. Xanax costs more if you don’t have good insurance coverage. It can run around $30-40 per month without insurance and it’s likely to be about half that, $15-20 with insurance.

You can find estimates for the price of Xanax from different pharmacies. GoodRx offers discounts and coupons that you can download and print from their website. See some of the prices below:

Walmart:

  • 0.25mg 30 tablets - $68.74 (with discount)
  • 0.5mg 30 tablets - $84.41 (with discount)
  • 1mg 30 tablets - $110.96 (with discount)
  • 2mg 30 tablets - $185.16 (with discount)

Kmart

  • 0.25mg 30 tablets - $68.88 (with coupon)
  • 0.5mg 30 tablets - $85.20 (with coupon)
  • 1mg 30 tablets - $112.85 (with coupon)
  • 2mg 30 tablets - $189.34 (with coupon)

Kroger

  • 0.25mg 30 tablets - $68.88 (with coupon)
  • 0.5mg 30 tablets - $85.20 (with coupon)
  • 1mg 30 tablets - $112.85 (with coupon)
  • 2mg 30 tablets - $189.61 (with coupon)

Publix

  • 0.25mg 30 tablets - $66.88 (with coupon)
  • 0.5mg 30 tablets - $85.20 (with coupon)
  • 1mg 30 tablets - $112.85 (with coupon)
  • 2mg 30 tablets - $189.61 (with coupon)

Walgreens

  • 0.25mg 30 tablets - $71.63 (with discount)
  • 0.5mg 30 tablets - $87.76 (with discount)
  • 1mg 30 tablets - $115.10 (with discount)
  • 2mg 30 tablets - $191.49 (with discount)

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Updated on Monday, July 14 2014 at 04:09AM EDT
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