I found some interesting things, one is that the same generic ranged from $4.00 a month[$12.00 for 90 days] to $62.00 a month....WOW.... now that is ridiculousness!!!
I also found out that you have to ask your doctor for generics or they will just give you name brand which is really expensive. There is a small difference. With generics the range of potency can range 10 ticks up or 10 ticks down. In other words, if you have a prescription for a pill that is 100m with generic it can be anywhere from 90 to 110. Most of the time it doesn't matter on your body and there are no side effects. But always of course, check with your doctor. Few people have any side effects from the change.
Also the pharmacists will also advise you of generics available if you ask. And Walgreens and CVS charge a yearly membership dues, but when you break it down it is still less than going to the other places for most meds. :)
The best way to see which place is best for you is to check the online. Most of these places have lists of what they consider their "generics" and will accept for their $4 a month plan.
So do your homework and save $$$$ even if your insurance covers it all, you should still check around.
Just some info about buying meds!