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Subject: What about Sam's Club for prescriptions Date: 1/18/2013 7:43 AM
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My husband will retire shortly. He is eligible for Medicare but I will have to take COBRA until the end of the year when I turn 65.
There is a Sam's Club not far from where we will be living.
They have a prescription drug plan that seems very inexpensive.
I checked the drug list and so far the 3 that we are taking between the two of us is on their list.
So I am wondering if it would be advisable to use their drug plan as it seems as though most drugs are $5.00 for a one month supply and even cheaper than that if you get 3 months worth.
Can anyone tell me why we would be better off taking a drug plan
from a Medicare Advantage Plan?
All this is so confusing.
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