Suboxone - Ways To Save

Suboxone® can be expensive and in most cases, you will be on it for some time. Below we have listed a few ways for you to reduce the cost of your prescription - both with insurance coverage and if you are uninsured.

Without Insurance Coverage

For those without health insurance, or whose insurance does not pay for Suboxone®, there are a number of ways for you to save.

DISCOUNT COUPON CARDS: There are a number of discount card programs available that can help you save money on Suboxone®. We have displayed an option for you to the right. myRxSaver.com provides up to 35% off and their card is free.

TABLETS VS FILM: Recently, Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals began offering the option of a film as well as tablets. The film is a lower cost, in some cases, so you should ask your doctor if both options are available to you.

TELL YOUR DOCTOR THAT YOU ARE PAYING: Often times doctor's write prescriptions without realizing that some of their patients don't have prescription drug coverage. Don't be afraid to let your doctor know that you are not covered. He may be able to inform you about local programs, programs available from the pharmaceutical company, or other options.

With Insurance Coverage

If you have insurance that provides prescription coverage for Suboxone®, you may qualify for a discount program provided by Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals. Take a look at their website (click here) to see if you qualify for up to $50 a month in co-pay assistance.