Symbicort is an inhalation medication prescribed to treat asthma and prevent asthma attacks from occurring. By combining the medicines Budesonide and Formoterol, this medication decreases inflammation and opens up airways in your lungs to facilitate breathing. Symbicort is a good option for those who have trouble controlling their asthma symptoms and need additional medication. This drug comes in the form of an inhaler and the price of Symbicort depends on the quantity of inhalers and the amount of doses recommended by your doctor. One inhaler of 120 doses of 160mcg costs over $330. We provide patient assistance in the form of Symbicort coupons to help you lower the price of Symbicort in your local pharmacy.
Description: We provide access to several Symbicort manufacturer coupons and deals. With the Symbicort $25 Guarantee Program, users can complete the registration to receive the Symbicort savings card. This card allows you to pay less than $25 for each inhaler refill, and even get the first month for free. Other Symbicort discounts include the AstraZeneca Prescription Savings Program, which gives Symbicort patients financial assistance while taking this medication. If you are not eligible for these Symbicort manufacturer coupons, check out our website for different Symbicort rebates and coupons. We are constantly checking for new deals from drug manufacturers.
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We always offer a Symbicort savings card that can also help you save on many other prescription drugs. This plastic card comes in the mail within two weeks and can save you up to 75% off the price of Symbicort and other medications. Just click FREE discount card on the right side of our home page or select Get Card in Mail when you choose your Symbicort coupon form. Request a card today so you can receive your Symbicort discounts the next time you are at your pharmacy.
Read information about Symbicort 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.