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So I take 2 prescriptions every day. Started taking them last year when I had all my medical stuff, and I had met my max out of pocket for the year.

A few months ago I had one Rx filled. I always check them before I leave, and I noticed that what had always been capsules were now tablets. I verified with the pharmacist that yes, this was the same time release Rx that I'd had before, just in tablet, not capsule form.

So now each time I've gotten them filled, they've been tablets, and because I met my out of pocket for last year, until now I haven't had to pay for anything. I knew the price was high, but I didn't really have any skin in the game, so to speak, so I didn't pay too much attention.

Today, comparing prices, I found out that the capsule form of the drug is only $29, compared to the table form which is well over $100!! Rite Aid changed it to the tablet form to be able to charge more. What a rip off. And this is a generic that's been on the market forever.

I fired off a nasty letter to Rite Aid about why I'm changing my Rx to another store.

So be warned, in case someone tries this with you.
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