Asthma & Allergy Coupons Online

Right before Thanksgiving I posted some information about prescription help programs and inhaler coupons. Today I found a great link for even more coupons and rebates for allergy and asthma meds, including some that didn’t appear in the last post.

Internet Drug Coupons has more allergy deals than asthma ones, including Clarinex, Flonase, Nasonex, and Zyrtec. I’m pretty excited about this $25 rebate for Clarinex, since my insurance co-pay is a whopping $40 and it seems to be the only allergy medicine that actually works for AG’s little sister and doesn’t hurt her stomach. Don’t ask me why my kindergartener gets a bellyache from antihistamines–this is also the kid whose throat has never hurt–not ONCE–in all the bouts of strep throat. Always, always, it’s the stomach.

The asthma coupons include this one for $20 off Xopenex HFA, something I hadn’t seen before.

One word of caution, though. Some of these deals are rebates, not coupons, and you have to register and/or fill out a quick survey on the manufacturer’s website to get them. It’s not that big a deal, really, since reputable companies have strong privacy policies and don’t sell your personal information.

8 responses to “Asthma & Allergy Coupons Online”

  1. Asthmagirl says:

    Thanks for visiting today. I looked through your site and saw that your daughter was in fact the real Asthmagirl. How lovely!

    If I were a super hero, asthma would be the first issue I’d address. What a dreadful condition to deal with. I feel a special gratitude toward caregivers. I know how difficult this has been for my husband and I can only imagine what it would be like to go through it with a child.

    Here’s to you for doing a little bit more; research, writing about asthma, creating a whole blog for your daughter!

    I hope you’ll visit again!

  2. Asthma Mom says:

    My daughter’s 8, so technically YOU’RE the original Asthmagirl, lol.
    (I think there’s plenty of asthma to go around for everyone, unfortunately.)

    I love the idea of that superpower–I always said if I won the lottery I’d set up a foundation to fund even more asthma research. So there you go–one of us needs to either A)develop superpowers or B)pick the winning numbers.

    Now see, I can only imagine what it’s like for people like you and my daughter–it’s virtually impossible to understand what you guys go through.

  3. Asthma Mom says:

    Thanks for your excellent resource, Mikey. It’s totally going to save me some $$$$$ this fall.

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