Money & Budgets

4 Websites for Penny-Pinchers

Adults with attention deficit disorder can use these websites to save money on ADHD medication, school supplies, and more.

A cup of coffee next to a laptop owned by a person who thinks she has ADHD.
A cup of coffee next to a laptop owned by a person who thinks she has ADHD.

Prescription Quick-Check

Lower the cost of your ADHD medication by checking out GoodRx before filling your prescriptions. The site compares pharmacy prices of brand-name drugs to save you money. It also suggests, where applicable, lower-cost alternatives. Tip: Save by ordering three months’ worth of a medication rather than buying monthly.

School Supplies

Instead of buying educational software and hardware at retail prices for your student with ADHD or learning disabilities, save by logging on to AcademicSuperstore.com or JourneyEd.com. To get in on the savings, e-mail or fax a copy of your child’s valid k-12 or college ID. Check each website for specific credential submission guidelines.

Free Credit Report

Get a free credit report by logging on to AnnualCreditReport.com. You’re entitled, by law, to a free credit report once a year from each of the major credit-reporting bureaus: Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion.

Best Price Finder

Get the best online price on any item you’re shopping for with PriceGrabber. If you’ve got an Android smartphone, check out the PriceGrabber app. The service is free.

Product names, models, prices, and specifications were current as of April 2017. Please leave a comment below if you are aware of more accurate and up-to-date information.

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