Lacrisert is a medication that helps treat conditions that cause severe dry eyes. The unique delivery system of Lacrisert is placed directly inside the eye pocket, and it dissolves through the day to provide continuous lubrication and protection all day. The price of one Lacrisert packet containing 60 eye inserts is around $500. You can save on your monthly prescription costs using the Lacrisert coupon on our site. The drug coupon can be used whether you are insured or uninsured, and it lowers the cost of Lacrisert by up to 75% off drug store list prices. Learn more about the use of eye medications like Lacrisert and the savings offers available by reading the sections below.
Description: Bausch + Lomb currently has a Lacrisert manufacturer coupon for patients who are unable to afford their prescription. The Bausch + Lomb access program lowers the price of 60 vials of Lacrisert to just $35 for patients with commercial insurance. If you don’t have insurance coverage, the Bausch + Lomb access program also reduces the cost of 60 vials to just $60. The Bausch + Lomb access program is valid for 6 prescription fills, and it cannot be used by patients with state or federally subsidized health insurance plan. Access the Lacrisert coupon now by clicking ‘View Manufacturer Coupon’ on our site and following the instructions on the Bausch + Lomb official page.
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Our Lacrisert discount card is also available for patients who need assistance paying for their medications. The Internet Drug Coupons card can be redeemed just like our coupon by presenting it to the pharmacist with your Lacrisert prescription. When you use this card, you will instantly reduce your out-of-pocket costs for this and many other qualifying medication by up to 75%. To requests your drug savings card now, click ‘Get Card in Mail’ or ‘Free Rx Card’ and fill out the form on our site. Your free exclusive pharmacy card should arrive by mail within two weeks.
Read information about Lacrisert 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.