Going through insurance can add unnecessary costs and processes. With cheap, generic medications, we keep our overhead small and cut out the middlemen, so we can offer you significant savings when you buy directly from us. A $10 co-pay might not sound like much, but it could be almost double what you would pay for a generic option.
At Person Street Pharmacy, we make getting the medications you need easy! You’ll never have to dread a trip to the pharmacy again. Even better, choose to have your medications shipped straight to your door. We ship for free anywhere in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia!
We price prescription drugs based on what it costs us to buy them plus a small markup, so you can be sure you’re getting the best price. We have options as low as $6 per month!
Save time and money with one of our monthly plans. Not only does it mean fewer trips to the pharmacy but also less money spent — plus free shipping!
We’re a real pharmacy with staff here to answer the phone and assist you when you need it. We’ll even work with your doctor to get your prescription transferred. It's all part of the personalized pharmacy experience.
1 Month Supply$10 per month
3 Month Supply$8 per month
6 Month Supply$6 per month
You deserve the same affordable prescriptions that everyone else has.
Our generic prescription drug program is more cost-effective than going to the chain stores. It starts at just $6/month for a 3, 6 or 12-month supply on most generic drugs.
We get that question a lot! The answer is we price ALL of our generic drugs based on what it costs us to acquire them. Most chain pharmacies price their generics off of what the brand version costs, even if it only costs them pennies to acquire the generic!
Can’t find your medication? That’s okay. We likely still offer it significantly cheaper than the chain stores, just not at this price. Call us or fill out our online form, and we can tell you a price right away.
Even though you are making a significant investment in your health by keeping insurance, sometimes it's still cheaper to go direct and pay cash. Insurance companies have additional overhead such as Pharmacy Benefit Managers who charge a fee for their services. That fee can get passed on to you in the form of higher co-pays or deductibles.