I was referred to Phil by my dermatologist. He prescribed a cream for a minor rash on my 12-year-old daughter’s face, and when I tried to fill it at my usual chain pharmacy, I was told the cream cost over $500. I have fairly good insurance, and was shocked! I asked if there was a generic version, and the pharmacist said that WAS the generic. Needless to say, I didn’t fill it, and called the dermatologist to ask for a more reasonably-priced option to deal with the rash. Instead, he asked me to try signing up for the prescription through Phil.
I’d never heard of Phil, but thought it was worth a try. I signed up with the very same insurance info, and received the cream at my door a few days later - for free! I really don’t understand how - it’s the same prescription, under the same insurance...honestly, I’m baffled, but the cream worked great, and the process was really easy. I loved the text shipment and delivery notifications and the refill reminders. I’ve already received a notification that I have a refill scheduled in a couple of weeks, with a link to the website where I can pause or cancel delivery if I don’t need it anymore. I’d love to get all my prescriptions through Phil, even if it cost the same as in-store prescriptions - the convenience is fantastic! It’s one less errand I have to run in town; like Amazon for prescription meds. It would be the most useful for maintenance prescriptions, but since we don’t need any of those I’m hoping it will work well for the one-off prescriptions I often fill with several young kids.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend