Dexilant Coupon

2014 

There are two coupons for Dexilant:
Coupon Value and Save: Pay no more than $20 with the DEXILANT Instant Savings Card And Save $55

How Does It Work:

Manufacturer Reusable Instant Savings Card. DEXILANT Advantage Program.

For commercially insured patients,pay no more than $20 with the DEXILANT Instant Savings Card.
Uninsured patients can save up to $55 off each refill of DEXILANT.

Register online to Download the Dexilant Savings Card and print it.

Also read:
Prilosec coupon
Nexium Coupon

Where To Get This Offer?

Follow this Dexilant Manufacturer coupon link to get this offer:
Get Coupon!

Dexilant Reusable Card: Use this group buying card and save up to 75% off the cash price of your prescription medication!

  • Simply Print this coupon and bring it and hand it to your pharmacist when you pick up your prescription.
  • Ideal for people with no prescription coverage,or drug isn’t covered by insurance, Use at over 59,000 pharmacies including all major chains (Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, Publix, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, etc.), price may little vary.

7 Great Reasons

To Print Your Dexilant Discount Card Today

1) 100% FREE (no fees, ever)
2) Print and use immediately
3) Everyone qualifies
4) Easy to use
5) No paperwork
6) Unlimited uses and no expiration date
7) Accepted at over 59,000 pharmacies nationwide!

Pharmacy discounts are Not Insurance, and are Not Intended as a Substitute for Insurance
THE DISCOUNT IS ONLY AVAILABLE AT PARTICIPATING PHARMACIES

Other knowledge

Gastroesophageal reflux diet

Reduce each meal appetite and fat intake, avoid eating chocolate, sour, sweet food, and so on. These foods can reduce lower esophageal sphincter resting pressure and gastric swelling, thereby increasing the frequency of reflux.

Diet should be based on high protein, high fiber, low fat, as do frequent small meals better. Smoking and excessive drinking can reduce the lower esophageal sphincter pressure, decreased esophageal acid clearance, extend the time of esophageal mucosal exposure to acidic environments, but also directly affects the function of epithelial cells. Smoking not only increases the gastroesophageal reflux, pyloric sphincter dysfunction and 12 also refers to gastrointestinal reflux, increase the concentration of bile and lysophosphatidylcholine, which hinder the healing of esophagitis, not smoking and drinking in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease.

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Comments

  1. gary simerly says:

    HAVE HAD MY DEXILANT CARD OF INSTANT SAVINGS UPDATED. STILL HAD TO PAY 89.00 FOR IT. CAN YOU HELP. I FOUND NO MAIL IN REBATE FORM.

  2. florencia lorandeau says:

    looking for dexilant savings.

  3. sakthivel muthuraj says:

    respected sir, i was critical situation please help out i request you i am very poor family i request you please help me i never forget my life
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  4. Sheri Reese says:

    I just got my first prescription of Dexilant and it cost me $85 with my Medicare part D prescription coverage. Is there a coupon that will help me?

  5. Randy Cumpston says:

    I was getting the discount which made my cost $20 per month from July 2011 til the beginning of 2013, then the pharmacy tech kept telling me the discount was no longer valid and was asking me to pay $170 and up which I could not afford, so I stopped getting my meds which escalated my reflux attacks and made them more severe and more frequent each day. Now I have returned to the doctor asking for help and they phoned in a prescription … now the pharmacy wants $183 for my prescription (again which I cannot afford) running out of options , can you please help me?

  6. Ray Northrop says:

    Tried to register for the Dexilant savings card but the registration form would not accept my information. What’s wrong?

    • Just now I try to register again, there is no problem.
      1. The password must be at least 8 characters and must contain any 3 of the following 4 types of characters:
      Uppercase character (A–Z)
      Lowercase character (a–z)
      Number (0–9)
      Any of these special characters: ! @ # $ % ^ & * () {} []

      The password must not contain:
      Your first or last name
      Your DEXILANT.com user name
      Your email address
      2. Please enter a valid state/ZIP code combination
      Good luck and happy new year!

  7. Bill Hendry says:

    It appears that there is no discount card or coupon that is available once a person goes on Part D coverage.

    I had the card before I went on Part D and it worked great but now I have to pay $95 per month for my Dexalant prescription.

    Is there any programs available for Part D enrollees other than being in a low income group?

  8. Sandra Porter says:

    I have been on Nexium for several years and my doctor now says that I should be using Dexilan. We took the prescription to CVS and when picking it up the cost was $174.25 for 30 days. The reason that it was so ‘affordable’ was that I have Medicare D. If I hadn’t had that ‘affordable option’ it would have cost me $219.00. When looking online I see that there are cupons available that can be used at a cost of $20.00. Since Medicare D cancels all deals it appears that the only options are to be uninsured or to be an illegal alien. Is this true or have I missed something? Your response would be greatly appreciated.

    • This offer (Dexilant saving Card) cannot be used if you are a beneficiary of, or any part of your prescription is covered by: (1) any federal or state healthcare program (Medicare, Medicaid, TriCARE, etc.), including a state pharmaceutical assistance program, (2) the Medicare Prescription Drug Program (Part D), or if you are currently in the coverage gap, or (3) insurance that is paying the entire cost of the prescription.

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