Suboxone Coupons

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Suboxone® is a prescription medication that is manufactured by Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, Inc. First approved by the FDA in 2002, Suboxone® is the brand name for a combination of buprenorphine hydrochloride and naloxone hydrochloride. It is used in the maintenance treatment of patient's who have opioid dependence.[1]

Suboxone® coupons and patient assistance programs help patients save on their next Suboxone® prescription. Discounts are available in the form of co-pay cards from the official Reckitt Benckiser website and the official Xubex® website.


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Brand name for Buprenorphine hydrochloride and naloxone hydrochloride
Manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Phone number 877-782-6966
Uses Maintenance treatment of opioid addiction
Types of coupons Patient assistance programs, savings cards
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Author Allison Hughes


About Suboxone

Suboxone® is typically administered once daily, and is available in tablet form or film. The medication is dissolved under the tongue. Like many medications, Suboxone® may cause side effects in some individuals. The most common Suboxone® side effects include withdrawal symptoms, nausea, throwing up, difficulty sleeping, and constipation, and general pain.[1]

Suboxone Patient Assistance Programs and Coupons

  • Suboxone® is available at a discount through the MedSaverCard program. Patients are able to download and print the card for free. Patients are eligible for the card regardless of age, income, or drug coverage status. However, discounts are only available for those who do not have a co-pay unless the patient decides not to go through their insurance company. Patients save between 7 percent and 27 percent on their Suboxone® prescription, depending on dosage and quantity.[2] [3]
  • Discounted Suboxone® is available through the official Xubex® Pharmaceuticals website. Patients who purchase their Suboxone® prescription from Xubex® may be eligible to save either through the company's co-pay program or free trial program. In order to qualify, patients must fill out a form through the official Xubex® website.[4]

Suboxone Savings Card

Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, Inc. offers a $0 co-pay program for Suboxone® film, which can save insured patients up to $50 per month. The co-pay voucher is available to print from the official Suboxone® website.[5]

Patients who do not have insurance may use the savings card to save up to $200 per month on their Suboxone® film prescriptions. To qualify, patients must print the savings card and present it at the pharmacy. Those who have coverage through Medicaid, Medicare, the VA, Medigap, DOD, or TriCare are not eligible for the savings card.[5]

Suboxone Treatment

Dr. Stuart Kloda talks about using Suboxone® to treat addiction and how the medication compares to oxycodone.


Also See: Suboxone, Suboxone Side Effects, Suboxone Patient Assistance Programs, Drug Coupons, Morphine Coupons



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