No two pharmacies are alike.

According to an analysis by Consumer Reports, prescription drugs vary widely in price depending on where you shop. Failing to comparison shop could result in overpaying by as much as $100 a month or even more, depending on the drug.  

The consumer group says shoppers need to compare prices. Here are five other tips on how to save money on prescriptions, according to Consumer Reports.

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