You see posts here every day on coupons, freebies, and daily deals. But did you know that you can actually save BIG BUCKS on your monthly prescription drugs using coupons? Yes, you read right - there IS such a thing as coupons for prescription drugs. Before you fill your next prescription, it is definitely worth your time to check on the drug manufacturer's website to see if they have coupons available. I was nearly giddy when I found a $25 coupon for my migraine medicine on the Axert website. On a whim I typed www.axert.com on my computer and was thrilled to see an Instant Savings link right there on their home page. I can use this coupon up to 3 times a year. Since I typically fill this particular prescription every 4-6 weeks, that's a savings of $75/year. Now my cost is $25 cheaper than the usual $60/month.
- Abilify - Go HERE to sign up for their free trial program, and savings up to $100/month.
- Axert - Get up to 3 prescriptions filled a year for only $10.
- Celebrex - Sign up HERE to save up to $15 per month up to 12x per year.
- Cymbalta - Go HERE to request a free 30 day trial of Cymbalta.
- Dexilant - Sign up HERE for their savings card - bringing the price down to as low as $20.
- Enbrel - Sign up HERE for their Support Card, which will get you six months FREE and remaining months for no less than $10/month.
- Intuniv - Sign up HERE for coupon savings monthly, bringing your co-pay down to $15/month up to 12x per year.
- Lipitor - Go HERE to sign up for the Lipitor For You program - gets you Lipitor for a $4/month co-pay.
- Lunesta - Click HERE to get your first 7 days free and your next 12 months for $0 co-pay.
- Nasonex - Save up to $15. Can be used up to 6 times per year.
- Proventil - Save up to $15. Can be used up to 6 times per year.
- Singulair - Click HERE to print a coupon to save up to $20 per month.
- Veramyst - Click HERE to print a coupon for up to $20 off that you can use up to 6x/year.
- Zoloft - Sign up HERE for the Zoloft $4 co-pay card.
And one more thing - if your doctor puts you on a NEW medication, ALWAYS ask for free samples. Chances are, he's got some he can give to you.