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Where does GoodRx get their prices?

GoodRx aggregates prices from many different sources, including multiple PBM networks for non-insured discounts, pharmacy savings programs, pharmacy list prices, Medicare prices, pharmaceutical manufacturer sponsored copay cards, and patient assistance programs.

How does GoodRx benefit pharmacies?

GoodRx benefits pharmacies by providing them with incremental revenue from increased volume. Pharmacy list prices are typically set very high, so consumers frequently cannot afford their medication without GoodRx. In fact, 20-30% of prescriptions are left at the pharmacy counter and never picked up and affordability is a contributing reason why. Many consumers also purchase non-pharmacy items, driving incremental revenue. GoodRx prices also do not include direct and indirect renumeration fees (“DIR fees”) or related items that would typically come with insured transactions.

How does GoodRx benefit PBMs?

GoodRx benefits PBMs by providing them with incremental revenue for processing GoodRx transactions. Many of these transactions may not have occurred without GoodRx due to the fact that 20-30% of prescriptions are left at the pharmacy counter and never picked up and affordability is a contributing reason why. PBMs are not consumer-direct marketing companies and do not have access to consumer mindshare, so GoodRx uniquely provides this access to a large base of engaged consumers.

When was GoodRx founded?
GoodRx was founded in 2011.
Where are GoodRx’s headquarters located?
233 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 990
Santa Monica, CA 90401
When did GoodRx go public?
GoodRx first traded publicly on September 23, 2020. The ticker symbol is GDRX.
How can I invest in GoodRx?
GoodRx is publicly traded on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbol GDRX.
Who do I contact for information regarding my stockholder account? Who is the transfer agent for GoodRx?
The transfer agent and registrar for GoodRx common stock is American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC.

Shareholder Services:
(800) 937-5449 or (718) 921-8124
Teletypewriter for the hearing impaired:
(866) 703-9077
(718) 921-8386
Does GoodRx have a direct stock purchase plan?
GoodRx does not have a direct stock purchase plan.
Does GoodRx distribute dividends?
GoodRx is not currently paying dividends.
When does GoodRx’s fiscal year end?
GoodRx’s fiscal year ends on December 31.
When will you release your next financial results?
A list of all upcoming investor events can be found on our website here.
Do you have another question that hasn’t been answered?
Please send us a message using our Contact IR form.