Alvesco Coupons and Discounts
Alvesco is taken through an inhaler to help control asthma symptoms, including shortness of breath and wheezing. Unfortunately, many major insurance providers no longer cover this asthma medication, and without insurance coverage, the Alvesco price is usually around $250-$300 for a 160mcg inhaler. If you are worried about paying the high Alvesco cost out of pocket, use our site to get a coupon that can save you up to 75% on your prescription. We always offer our own reusable Alvesco coupon and discount card, and we share an Alvesco manufacturer coupon whenever one is available. Learn more about these offers and the Alvesco drug below.
Alvesco Manufacturer Coupon
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Description: At Internet Drug Coupons, we monitor pharmaceutical manufacturer websites and share information on current discounts with our site visitors. The Alvesco manufacturer does not have a coupon at this time, but they do have a savings program. As a member of this program, you may be able to reduce your copay to as little as $17 for each monthly prescription fill. Click ‘View Manufacturer Link’ to learn more about this deal and see if you qualify for the program. If you do, just click ‘Register Now’ on the manufacturer site and follow the instructions to activate your copay card.
Alvesco Internet Drug Coupon
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- Discount program for drugs similar to how the AAA card gets you discounts on motel rooms.
- Ideal for people with no drug coverage, self-employed, donut hole seniors.
- Accepted at all the big chains (Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Etc.) and most independent pharmacies. Not to be combined with insurance, great for drugs not covered by your plan.
We also offer an Alvesco coupon that you can use even if you don’t qualify for the savings program from the manufacturer. To get this coupon instantly, just click the Print, Email, or SMS (Text) option below the coupon image. Bring your printed or downloaded coupon with you every time you fill your prescription to save 20-75% on the Alvesco cost. Our coupon is accepted at all major U.S. pharmacy chains (Walgreens, CVS, etc.) and most independent drug stores.
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Asthma - COPD
If you need help paying for multiple prescriptions, get a discount card that works with Alvesco and thousands of other qualifying medications. Just like our coupon, this Alvesco discount card is good for 20-75% off your prescription and is accepted at most U.S. pharmacies. To have us send you one, just click ‘Get Card in Mail’ under the other coupon options or ‘Free Rx Card’ at the top of the page. You should receive your card within two weeks.
Read information about Alvesco 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.
Alvesco is in the corticosteroid class of drugs. Corticosteroids help reduce inflammation in the body, and when inhaled, Alvesco reduces swelling of the airways in the lungs, which makes it easier for people with asthma to breathe. If your doctor prescribes this medicine, use it regularly to get the most benefit, and keep in mind that it will not provide quick relief from an acute asthma attack. You should always carry a ‘rescue’ inhaler with you in case you experience an asthma attack.
Alvesco Side Effects:
Side effects of Alvesco may include dry mouth, sore throat, hoarseness, coughing, headache, or a bad taste in the mouth. Most side effects are mild and will go away on their own, but tell your doctor if you have any side effects that last a long time or become bothersome. Call your doctor immediately if you have unusual changes in vision, sores in your mouth or throat, unexplained weight gain, unusual mood changes, or muscle pain. You should also tell your doctor right away if your asthma symptoms get worse after you start using Alvesco.
Alvesco Generics & Similar Drugs
Alvesco Generics & Similar Drugs:
There is not a generic version of Alvesco at this time. There are, however, several similar inhaled corticosteroids used to treat asthma, including Pulmicort (budesonide) and Flovent (fluticasone). Your doctor should help you determine which medication is best for you. If your doctor prescribes any drug that isn’t covered by your insurance, get a coupon or discount card from our site to help reduce your out-of-pocket cost.