Prescription Drug Coupons, Discounts, CoPay and Rebates
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Prescription Drug Coupon Tips
1. What is a prescription drug coupon?

A prescription drug coupon is an offer by the drug manufacturer to encourage you to choose their medication over other manufacturer's medications. It works similarly to other coupons offered by manufacturers of other products, like food, household goods, etc.

2. Are there limitations placed on where and how I can use my prescription drug coupon?

There may be. Each manufacturer may place certain restrictions on the use of the coupon, including both how, when, and where the coupon can be used.

3. I placed my prescription order, but I forgot I had a coupon. What can I do?

Coupons need to be submitted when the order is placed. You can save the coupon and use it along with your next order.

4. Can I fax a copy of my coupon in along with my order?

Most of the time, the manufacturer requires the original coupon as opposed to a faxed or printed copy. Read the fine print on the coupon, or check the manufacturer's website for more information about their coupon requirements.

5. How long are online prescription drug coupons available online?

Each manufacturer has its own guidelines. Some coupons may appear for just a few days, while others may make them available for months at a time.

6. Can I combine coupons to get a better deal?

Generally only one coupon may be used per product, and you may be restricted to using just one coupon per order.

7. I am thinking about switching my prescription so I can take advantage of a coupon. Will this work to my advantage?

Not always. While some coupons offer steep discounts, you may be able to take advantage of a less expensive medication or a generic version of the medication instead. It is important to weigh your options and compare costs before switching medications. It is also very important to discuss the pros and cons of switching with your healthcare professional.

8. I signed up to receive exclusive offers and updates, but I cannot find them in my email.

Occasionally email alerts and offers are diverted to junk mail folders, particularly when they re from pharmacies. Check your bulk or junk mail box and adjust your settings accordingly.

9. I have a coupon I want to use, but the manufacturer requires my personal information. I'm not comfortable giving them my email or home address. What are my options?

While it is understandable that you feel uncomfortable about sharing your personal contact information, most manufacturers collect this information so that they can offer future coupons by mail or email. You may also receive timely information about your prescription or newsletters about new medications that may be appropriate for you. If you are still uncomfortable about sharing your information, you can choose not to use the coupon.

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