Lotemax Coupons and Discounts
Lotemax is a corticosteroid medication used to treat eye pain. This drug is usually prescribed as a solution in an eye dropper bottle, but it is also available as a gel or ointment. The price of Lotemax is typically about $240 for one 5ml eye dropper or about $200 for a 5g bottle of the gel. If your insurance does not sufficiently cover the Lotemax cost, be sure to print or download one of our coupons. Our Lotemax coupons are accepted at most pharmacies nationwide. Don’t forget to keep checking this page; we’ll add new manufacturer coupons and other discounts as they become available.
Lotemax Manufacturer Coupon
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Description: The Lotemax manufacturer recently began offering an instant savings offer and Medicare Part D manufacturer coupons. Most eligible insured patients can save off the price of Lotemax by using the free manufacturer coupon and instant savings. The instant savings offered is a pay no more than $35 offer for insured patients and a pay no more than $60 for cash paying patients. Get more information at the manufacturer’s site.
Lotemax 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 are glad to offer our exclusive Lotemax Internet Drug Coupon for everyone in the United States. This coupon is good for 20-75% off the retail price of Lotemax and is accepted at most major U.S. pharmacies. Just select how you would like to receive your Lotemax coupon: by SMS, email or printer and get your coupon instantly. Present your coupon to the pharmacist when you fill your prescription and your discount will be taken at the counter.
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In addition to our drug coupons, we offer a free discount card that works for Lotemax and thousands of other prescription drugs. This card is good for 20-75% off prescription medications and is accepted at most U.S. pharmacies. Request a card to keep in your wallet, and you won’t have to keep track of coupons anymore. Just click ‘Free Rx Card’ at the top of the page or choose to get a card in the mail when you use one of our coupons. We’ll send your Rx discount card within a couple of weeks.
Read information about Lotemax 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.
Lotemax can be used after eye surgery or an eye injury to treat swelling, pain, and redness. Lotemax is also prescribed to treat infections or conditions in or around the eyes that are responsive to corticosteroids such as pink eye, rosacea, herpes zoster, iritis and allergy symptoms. It works by stopping itching and reducing inflammation.
Lotemax Side Effects:
The use of Lotemax may result in side effects. Some common side effects include minor burning or sensation that something is in your eye after application, dry or watery eyes, redness or itching, headache, increases sensitivity to light, runny nose and slightly sore throat. If any of these side effects are severe, tell your doctor immediately. Serious side effects that should be addressed with a health professional at once include signs of a new or worsening infection, eye pain, vision problems or changes, and severe pain or burning when the drops are used.
Lotemax Generics & Similar Drugs
Lotemax Generics & Similar Drugs:
There are currently no generics for Lotemax on the market. Similar medications that may be used to treat the same conditions include Alrex, Durezol, AK-Pred, Pred Forte, Omnipred and generic prednisolone in the form of eye drops. Search our site for coupons for Lotemax or any of these other medications. If you need a more affordable medication, ask your doctor about changing prescriptions.