Last month, Mylan announced it would offer a cheaper generic version of its EpiPen for $300. Now, a competitor announced it will sell their own generic version for just $109.99.

According to ABC News, CVS is now selling a generic version of Mylan's EpiPen for about 1/6 of its price. Now, those with severe allergies can get a two-pack of the life-saving drug Adrenaclick for a much more reasonable amount.

To make matters even better, Time says that those who are eligible to use the manufacturer's coupon will only have to pay $10 for a two-pack of Adrenaclick.

Northern Colorado has five CVS Pharmacy locations, all located within Target stores. For addresses, see their store locator.