Linzess is a gastrointestinal medication prescribed to treat certain types of constipation. This medication contains the active ingredient linaclotide, which works by increasing intestinal fluid secretion to loosen stools, promote bowel movements, and relieve constipation symptoms. Be aware that children under the age of 18 should not take this medication. Linzess can be purchased in the form of a capsule and taken on an empty stomach, at least 30 minutes before breakfast. Your doctor will recommend your medication dosage and frequency. The price varies on the quantity that you buy. A one-month supply of Linzess (30 capsules) costs over $350 at most pharmacies. However, we provide access to Linzess printable coupons to help you lower the retail price. Read more about Linzess and our discounts below.
Description: We offer access to coupons from the Linzess manufacturer when they are available. The current manufacturer coupon is a copay card. Click the manufacturer coupon link to go to the manufacture’s site and sign up for the Linzess Instant Savings Program and you can download a free copay card. With this card, you could pay as little as $30 per month, saving you a maximum of $75 on your next prescription refill. In addition, financial assistance is always available when you need it. Keep checking our site for the latest Linzess coupons, discounts, and more from the manufacturer.
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We also offer a free Linzess discount card in addition to many other prescription drugs. Just click FREE discount card on the right side of our home page or select Get card in mail when selecting your Linzess coupon. This card also works on thousands of other medications and will be mailed to you within two weeks. You can start using it at most major pharmacies as soon as you receive it. Don’t miss your opportunity to start saving on all your medications today.
Read information about Linzess 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.