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Meds and Car Insurance

December 10th, 2007 at 08:08 am

So yesterdays meds at CVS ended up being more than I thought. Turns out the copay on the 3 generic were $10 each and the non-generic one as $40! Eeek! I've tried the generic version of that one med, but I can't take it. It doesn't work for me. But at least $70 for meds is better than the almost $300 I'd be paying without health insurance.

On a side note, I just renewed my car insurance for another year. Last year was my first year with Liberty Mutual, and I was pretty happy with them. I'd love to find a cheaper insurance, but none of the other ones (Geico, AllState, State Farm, etc) cover Mass. At any rate, last year I paid $1,024.44 for insurance ($85.37 a month). Since I am now a repeat customer, I got a small discount and my yearly rate for 2008 is now $984.96 ($82.08 a month). A savings of $3.29 a month or $39.48 a year. Yay! Smile It's not a HUGE discount, but every bit counts and I'm happy with it. I'm especially happy I now pay under $1,000 a year for car insurance. And another bonus? When it is time to renew for 2009, my driving record will be completely clean (as long as I don't get a ticket or mess up between now and then) and my discount will be even bigger. Yay for repeat customer discounts! Smile

3 Responses to “Meds and Car Insurance”

  1. frugalhousewife Says:

    I hope you used your extra care card at CVS so you at least get $2 back for the prescriptions. It's not a fortune, but any money back is good.

  2. Amber Says:

    I never knew CVS gave cash back on meds. That is nice they reduce your rate maybe they'll do the same next year . Good for you on the savings

  3. koppur Says:

    Always use my CVS card! Smile

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