Tretinoin is a topical medication available as a gel or cream that's prescribed to treat certain skin conditions, including acne. It is applied in a thin layer to affected skin once daily at bedtime. Even as a generic, the price of tretinoin is relatively expensive -- about $200 per 45g tube. We offer a coupon and discount card for tretinoin that help you save as much as 75% at most major pharmacies in the U.S. For more information about our discount, tretinoin, or a potential manufacturer coupon, see the sections below.
Please note: There is a tretinoin oral capsule that is used to treat certain forms of cancer as well as to aid in remission. It is not only more expensive (about $1500), but it is not interchangeable with the topical medication. Ensure you get the correct medication when your prescription is filled.
Unfortunately, the manufacturer doesn't offer a coupon for tretinoin at this time. Please check this page often, as we are continually looking for new manufacturer rebates, deals, discounts, and offers. When one becomes available, we'll post the information here and link to the appropriate page on the manufacturer site for complete information and access to the deal.
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We also offer a discount card to reduce the tretinoin price by as much as 75%; however, unlike the coupon, our discount card saves on more than tretinoin. It lets you receive as much as 75% off the price of thousands of other prescription medications as well. To get your own durable plastic card, click ‘Get it now’ or the image of the card in the margin, then enter some basic personal information. We'll mail the card to you right away, and you can begin using it as soon as you receive it. Simply present the card to your pharmacist when you drop off your prescriptions. The discount will be reflected at checkout.
Read information about Tretinoin 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.