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    Medication Savings Plans
    sgbl88 posted:
    April 30, 2010 2:31 PM CT

    Yes, I am copying the idea from the Xopenex post. I hope this is a more comprehensive list of savings programs available. Whatever name brand medications you are taking, be sure to look on line for a saving plan. Please note that some companies change their plans from time to time, so the information may not be accurate. Please add a response with any medications I may have missed.
    Thank you,

    Combination Meds:
    Advair: (coupons)
    Symbicort: (savings card)

    Inhaled Corticosteroids:

    Long-Acting Broncho Dilaters:

    Short-Acting Broncho Dilaters:
    ProAir: (Does offer prescription savings card on occasion but not consistent and must renew your card. Do not throw your card away. They will not give you a new one.)
    Ventolin: (Walmart sometimes has the 60 puff size available for $9.)

    Leukotriine Modifiers:
    Singulair: Ask your dr. They have had a program in the past, but I couldn't find it today.

    Nasal Sprays:
    Nasal Steroids:
    Nasonex: (print coupon each month)
    Veramyst: ($25 off coupons)
    Nasal Antihistimines:
    Astepro .15: (Savings card)
    Patanase: ($10 rebate)

    Dexilant (formerly Kapidex): ( Savings card. If you had a Kapidex card, you need to re-register for Dexilant.)
    Nexium: (Savings card)
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