Atrovent Coupons and Discounts
Atrovent HFA is a type of inhaled medication used to prevent certain symptoms associated with bronchitis, COPD, emphysema, or other similar illnesses. How you take your medication may vary by your condition as well as the medication format you've been prescribed. This can also affect the retail cost of Atrovent, which can vary between $300 and $400 for one inhaler. Fortunately, we offer a free savings card and coupon for Atrovent that helps reduce the price by as much as 75%. For more information about Atrovent HFA, a potential manufacturer coupon, or our offers, please see the sections below.
Atrovent Manufacturer Coupon
Unfortunately, Boehringer Ingelheim, the manufacturer, does not offer an Atrovent coupon at this time. However, you may be eligible for a free trial. Talk to your doctor and direct them to the official Atrovent HFA website for U.S. Healthcare Professionals for more information.
Atrovent Internet Drug Coupon
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- Discount program for drugs similar to how the AAA card gets you discounts on motel rooms.
- Ideal for people with no drug coverage, self-employed, donut hole seniors.
- Accepted at all the big chains (Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Etc.) and most independent pharmacies. Not to be combined with insurance, great for drugs not covered by your plan.
Fortunately, we do offer a free coupon for Atrovent HFA which reduces the price by as much as 75% at most pharmacies in the US. It can also be used more than once. If you'd like to get one, click ‘Claim Your Coupon’ near the top of the page. Select your preferred method for receiving it (i.e., printing it or downloading it in an email or text message), and present it to your pharmacist when you pick up your Atrovent HFA prescription.
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3. Atrovent Discount Card
Additionally, we offer a discount card that helps reduce the cost of Atrovent. However, this savings card will help you save on thousands of other prescription drugs too. To get your own, simply click ‘Get it now’ or the image of the card in the margin. Enter your mailing information, and we'll send the durable, plastic card to you immediately. You can start using it as soon as you receive it, with no activation required. Just show your pharmacist the card when you pick up any prescriptions, and the discount will be reflected at checkout.
Read information about Atrovent below to learn about its common uses. If you have questions about this medicine, please
consult with your doctor or pharmacist and be sure to inform them of all the medications you are currently taking.
This medication is available to use via inhaler or via nebulizer. As an anticholinergic bronchodilator, Atrovert HFA relaxes and opens air passages to the lungs in order to prevent the wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath associated with breathing disorders such as COPD and chronic bronchitis. This medication is not intended to be used to treat or stop a bronchospasm attack, so be sure you talk to your doctor about a fast-acting ‘rescue’ inhaler that you can carry with you at all times.
Atrovent Side Effects:
Some side effects are serious and require medical attention, including: vision problems, difficult or painful urination, urinating less or not at all, worsening symptoms, or bronchospasm after starting a new prescription. Common side effects only need medical attention if they persist or get worse. These can include dizziness, headache, fever, flu-like symptoms (chills with fever, body aches), sinus pain, stuffy nose, coughing or hoarseness, dry mouth, nausea or upset stomach, and constipation.
Atrovent Generics & Similar Drugs
Atrovent Generics & Similar Drugs:
There aren't any alternate brands for this medication, however, in some cases its generic -- ipratropium oral inhalation -- is available in pharmacies. You should be aware that there is a similarly named medication, Atrovent Nasal, with the same active ingredient. The two medications are not used to treat the same thing and are not interchangeable. Be sure you always get the medication that's been prescribed to you.