I was able to use this at my local Walmart in Sulphur, LA. My BP meds were going to be over $130 without insurance and its not something I can just stop taking with CHF, but I only wound up paying $26 and change after taxes.
They already knew about GoodRx so there was no fight to use them. I think the trick is to be prepared to call the number on the coupon. There are two. One if you're a customer and another if you're a pharmacist.
I think if the pharmacy doesn't accept the coupon, its not the fault of GoodRx, but the pharmacist instead.
The only thing I'll say is that sometimes the GoodRx prices are not as good as using insurance, or much cheaper without insurance, but again that fault lies with the drug company gouging people because they can and they are desperate for meds that can save their lives.
Overall, super happy and will def use again. Thank you.