Singulair Coupons and Discounts
Singulair is used to treat bronchial constriction due to exercise as well as prevent asthma attacks. There is a generic on the market, but the price of brand name Singulair is still expensive - about $200 per month, although the cost changes based on the Singulair format: chewable tablet, regular tablet, or packet of oral granules. Doses for asthma are administered one time daily, and for bronchial constriction, the dose is one time as needed. If you need patient assistance for purchasing Singulair, we offer a coupon, manufacturer discount, or prescription discount card that can help you save as much as 75%.
Singulair Manufacturer Coupon
Merck, the manufacturer, does not currently offer a Singulair coupon; however, it offers patient assistance programs for eligible patients. To find out more about eligibility and how to apply, click through our link to the official manufacturer page.
Singulair 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.
At Internet Drug Coupons, we also offer a patient assistance coupon for Singulair, which reduces the price by 75% at most major pharmacies in the US. This coupon can even be used more than once. To get one, just click ‘Claim Your Coupon’ near the top of the page, then select how you'd like to receive it: by printing it out, or by receiving it in an email or text message (SMS). Present it to your pharmacist when you drop off or fill your prescription, and the discount will be reflected at checkout.
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3. Singulair Discount Card
Our discount card provides patient assistance not only for Singulair -- like the coupon, you save 75% -- but for thousands of other prescription medications. Click ‘Get it now’ or the image of the discount card in the margin. Fill out some simple personal information, and we'll mail out your durable, plastic discount card right away. You can start using it as soon as you receive it. Just present the card to your pharmacist like you would an insurance or copay card, and the discounts should be applied at checkout.
Read information about Singulair 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.
Singulair is a leukotriene inhibitor (also referred to as a leukotriene receptor antagonist, or LTRA), and it works to treat certain symptoms associated with seasonal and year-round allergic rhinitis (itchy or runny nose, sneezing), as well as prevent asthmatic symptoms (coughing, difficult breathing due to swelling in lungs that tighten airways, tightness in the chest, wheezing). It is sometimes prescribed to prevent bronchoconstriction caused by exercising. (Note: If you are taking Singulair regularly to prevent asthma, do not take extra doses for exercise-related bronchial constriction.)
Singulair Side Effects:
Common side effects include: headache, bladder control problems (only in children), cold-like symptoms (stuffy nose, sore throat, sinus congestion), diarrhea, flu-like symptoms, and stomach pain. Side effects of Singulair are usually mild, but some require medical attention. These include: allergic reaction (hives, swelling in the face and lips, swelling in the tongue and throat, increased difficulty breathing), unusual behavioral changes, fever with sore throat, ear aches, ear swelling or warmth and redness, burning sensation in the eyes, unexplained bruising or pain, muscle weakness or numbness, severe tingling sensation, skin pain with red or purple rash that spreads through the upper body with blistering and peeling.
Singulair Generics & Similar Drugs
Singulair Generics & Similar Drugs:
There is a generic available on the market - montelukast - which is also available in all three formats (tablet, chewable tablet, and oral granules). However, there are no other brand names for montelukast besides Singulair.