For almost 1 year, I have been giving Day-Z 1 drop in her eye 2x daily. I do it at the same time twice a day, but for some reason, the alarm I set surprises me each time it goes off. Anyway, we buy this solution in bulk to try to save some money because it is rather costly.
Another way I found to save money on pet medications (and a bunch of human ones too) is with a FREE pet medication discount card. The medication card is accepted at all chain pharmacies including CVS, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Rite-Aid, and, well, let's just say it's good at over 59,000 pharmacies nationwide.
Your Pharmacy discount card can save you up to 75% off all of the cash price of your and your pet's prescription medications. You just need to print the card, hand it to your pharmacist when picking up your medication, and save money. Discounts will be significantly more for generic drugs than brand name, but the card works for both.
Day-Z uses Latanoprost which is a generic for Xalatan solution. As you can see, we still paid a good chunk of money for the meds at our Costco pharmacy, but would've had to pay lots more without a discount. Each bottle is normally $17.50 if you purchase 3....use your math and we saved a bunch buying 12 boxes. We'll keep this card handy for our future purchases.
The medication discount card is free, never expires, is easy to use, and can be printed and used immediately so you might as well give it a try and save some money your and your pet medications!
**NOTE this is not insurance and cannot be used to reduce your co-pay. It can be used instead of insurance or for drugs or vitamins that are not covered by insurance. This card will work for most drugs, but there might be some that the card offers no discount on. (Go here to check for a full drug list.)**
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