Adoxa is a tetracycline antibiotic prescribed for the treatment of different bacterial infections, including acne, UTIs (urinary tract infections), intestinal infections, eye infections, gonorrhea, chlamydia, periodontitis (gum disease), and more. Adoxa can also be prescribed to treat symptoms of rosacea such as blemishes, bumps, and acne-like lesions. The price of Adoxa is around $3000 for sixty 150mg capsules. You don’t need to pay full retail price for Adoxa, however, with patient assistance from Internet Drug Coupons. With an Adoxa coupon, you can save 20-75% on the price of your prescription. The coupon is accepted at most nationwide pharmacies. Just select your delivery method (print, text, or email) and present your coupon to the pharmacist to start saving. The coupon is reusable so you can save each time you need to refill your Adoxa. Continue reading to learn about additional saving options for Adoxa.
Some pharmaceutical companies offer manufacturer coupons for medications like Adoxa to make their drugs more affordable. Unfortunately, there is no manufacturer coupon for Adoxa available now. You can check back on this page to see if one becomes available in the future, as we will update this page. There are other ways to save on your prescription, however, including our exclusive Adoxa coupon.
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Read information about Adoxa 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.