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Prescription Drug Coupon Tips

Prescription medications are expensive, especially if you are on a fixed income. If you have health insurance, medication costs can be expensive; without prescription coverage medications may be nearly impossible to afford each month. Luckily, there are coupons available to help pay for prescriptions.

Many drug companies are sensitive to the fact that consumers need help paying for their medications. Many drug manufactures are offering coupons for their medications. These coupons can be found online and printed or mailed directly to the consumer. Sometimes the coupons are sent directly to the doctor's office where you can ask for them. The amount and terms of these coupons will vary, but they are usually able to used for each refill.

You can ask your doctor or the nurse if they have any coupons available. If they don't, they may be able to tell you how to get them. Use the Internet to search for the medication name and coupons. A search should find printable coupons, if there are any available. You can also call the manufacture directly to ask for coupons. If there are any available, they can direct you to the website or mail them directly to you.

Some pharmacies offer their own discount coupons. The program is free to enroll, and you can save on many different types of prescriptions. These typically don't offer a large discount, but it does help reduce the cost of your monthly medications. You will receive a card rather than a physical coupon, but it works in much the same manner. Some pharmacies will let you use this discount along with a printed coupon for even more savings.

Pharmacies sometimes offer gift cards for their store if you transfer a prescription or drop off a new prescription. These gift cards can help you offset the price of your medication by saving you money on other needed items. If you are willing to transfer your prescription to a new pharmacy, this can save you money each month. However, if you have a serious condition, changing pharmacies a lot means that no single pharmacy has your entire history. When this happens, the pharmacist will not be able to easily spot medication interactions.

Using these prescription drug coupon tips can save you money each month. Don't hesitate to ask your doctor or pharmacist for coupons. You may be able to use both a manufacture's coupon and a store coupon to save even more money.

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