Lidocaine is a local anesthetic used to numb areas of the body before or after certain procedures. It is available in several different topical forms (including a patch, ointment, cream, and jelly) and an injectable solution. The lidocaine cost varies widely depending on your pharmacy and the form your doctor has prescribed. For example, lidocaine prices are usually around $11 for a 100ml bottle of the topical solution but can be over $500 for a 50g jar of ointment. Most insurance plans usually cover generic lidocaine, but if you have an insurance gap or a very high copay, you may be able to save with lidocaine patient assistance from Internet Drug Coupons. Our reusable lidocaine coupon and discount card are both good for up to 75% off the drug’s retail price, and you may be able to save even more by accessing a lidocaine manufacturer coupon through our site. Learn more about these ways to save below.
There is not currently a lidocaine manufacturer coupon. However, if your doctor prescribes a brand name form of this drug, such as Lidoderm or Xylocaine, you can enter the drug name in our search bar to look for manufacturer discounts. If there are no manufacturer discounts available for the form of lidocaine your doctor has prescribed, you can still save with an exclusive reusable coupon or discount card from our site.
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Save on lidocaine and most other prescription drugs with our Rx Savings Card. Like our coupon, this lidocaine discount card is good for 20-75% off at all major pharmacy chains and many independent drug stores. Click ‘Free Rx Card’ at the top of the page or ‘Get Card in Mail’ under the other coupon options to have us mail one to you. Your personal wallet-sized savings card should arrive within 2 weeks and is ready to use right away—no additional activation is required.
Read information about Lidocaine 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.