Prescription Drug Rx Coupons

Knowing where to find these offers can significantly reduce the cost of the prescription medication. It is well worth spending a little time to find them which can result in hundreds of dollars (or more) in savings. You can also learn how to get pharmacy reward coupon savings to help reduce these costs.

One of the most difficult aspects to finding prescription medication coupons and other incentives is locating the website where they are being promoted. The best way to find them is usually through ads on TV and in magazine. These will usually provide the URL of the website where the incentive can be found.

The following are a list of prescription medication that we know of that offer discount coupons or other incentives. If you know of additional prescription medications which offer some type of discount or incentive, please email us so that we can add it to our list:

Note: these offers are being updated regularly, if you do not find your link, please email us

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12 Responses to Prescription Drug Rx Coupons

  1. joy says:

    My mother uses Boniva. I’d like to find coupons for her to use at the pharmacy. She doesn’t have a computer and lives several miles from me. I don’t live close enough to order or prescriptions over the net but could mail her coupons that she could use at her pharmacy. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

  2. missinformation says:

    Hi Joy,

    I just did a bit of research, and your mom can get 1 month free of Boniva.

    and if she is lower income, check out the website for the manufacturer….there are patient assistance programs for many medicines. check out for details.

    (I am in no way, shape, or form affiliated with the drug companies or needy meds. I am jsut someone who works for a doctor’s office and my family has been helped immensely by patient assistance programs, as have several of my patients.)

  3. Meg says:

    Lamictal (Lamotrigine) is a medication for Epilepsy and Bipolar Disorder, this savings card is for $25 off your next 6 prescriptions (total of $150).

    The website (above) is the official drug website from GlaxoSmithKline and says it’s for Epilepsy patients only, but I have the same card that I picked up in my Psychiatrist’s office and use it at my pharmacy for Bipolar with no problems.

    My copay is $25, discount is $25 = FREE Brand name Lamictal.

    Thought I’d share, thanks for this info as well.

  4. Meg says:

    a current list of glaxosmithkline coupons (trust me, I’m just a patient, I don’t work for this company, lol– I’m a college student who needs too many meds and can’t afford them)

  5. ang says:

    My fiance has severe asthma and a couple days ago it was almost fatal. The doctor said that in an emergency an EpiPen could help save his life. I’ve been trying to find coupons for EpiPens and haven’t had any luck.
    He also uses singulair, advair, and albuterol.

  6. flash says:

    they used to have coupons for EpiPens and also a reminder service for when your pen had expired. I don’t think they currently have the coupon offer, but I will double check 🙂

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  10. sal says:

    Hi is there a manufactuer that helps w/vicoprofen brand or genertic? My son is 19 and has very bad RA he has no ins. Also if any one knowa of a agency that can help him see a arthritis doctor. The doctor he had will no longer see him due to money

  11. charley says:

    I am 66years old on fixed income and desperately need help with my co pays for advair 500, spiriva,azopt eye drops, any prescription nose drops, and any reflux medication. I have a new prescription for tessalon perls that my insurance does not cover. I also need xopenex ns and my co pay on that is $60plus! can I get coupons to use at my kroger pharmacy in conway ark?

  12. Ruth E says:

    I am in desperate need for some financial help on a few of my copays. My problem is that I don’t have a computer to print anything out. Can I request help on the medications and you send me the coupons on copayments through the mail? Again…I have no printer. Thank you, Ruth. Please notify me ASAP

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