Lialda Coupon

There are two coupons for Lialda in 2018:
Coupon Value and Save: Pay first $10,save up to $120/monthly prescription

How Does It Work:

Manufacturer Printable Digestive Aids Coupon. Lialda Pharmacy Savings Card Program.

Insured patients pay the first $10 for each monthly prescription,Saving up to $120/monthly prescription, a yearly savings of up to $1,440
Cash-paying patients will receive up to a $50 discount off the cost of their prescription and will generally pay more than $10.

Note: Offer only good if your co-pay is $10 or more.

Prices for 60 tablets of Lialda 1.2g is from $433.00–$450.00.

Where To Get This Offer?

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

Lialda Reusable Discount Card: Save up to 75% off retail price on your prescription medication!

Ideal for people with no prescription coverage,or drug is not covered by insurance, Everyone can qualify.
Acceptable at over 63,000 pharmacies including all major chains (Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, Publix, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, etc.), price may little vary. Lialda price look up, Check Lialda discount price with card.
Print Card!

If no printer, only write down your ID, PCN, GROUP, and BIN and take to pharmacist for the same savings.
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Comments

  1. John Sebesta says

    I do not qualify for the coupon for Lialda because I am on Medicare Part A. Is there another way to get discount on the pills at the Pharmacy.

  2. Gail Dickson says

    I received a letter from Shire letting me know the Lialda discount card I have is no longer valid. Without it, my prescription is $142/month. I am retired, on a fixed income and this is prohibitive. I tried the generic Melsalamine and I am one of the small percentage of people for whom the generic drug does not work. What are my options?

  3. alisha Eisele says

    my husband has been on Lialda for a long time and we use to be able to get coupons for pay no more than $10 a month,cant find that card anymore, could you please email me one. thanks Alisha Eisele

  4. Elaine Gamble says

    My pharmacy coupon just expired and I had to pay $90.00 more. Are there any coupons for 2018 for Lialda? I see my dr next week and I cannot justifying paying this much a month for one script – so might have to find another pill if I cannot find another coupon for this drug. thanks Elaine

  5. Christi Smith says

    Shire, the manufacturer of Lialda, discontinued the Patient Assistance Program as of Oct 31, 2017. I just spoke with a rep who confirmed this and stated they were given no additional info to assist patients who have been contacting them/Shire. Without this assistance program, CVS advised the cost will be $737/month. It appears I just became a member of the “unable to afford Rx so no longer taking the medicine Club.” Good luck to other “Lialdans.”

  6. inalvis says

    I received a letter from Shire letting me know the Lialda discount card I have is no longer valid. Without it, my prescription is $90/month.I tried the generic Melsalamin but it’s not work for me because the pains come back soon, please reply me if any solutions is found for all us.

  7. Hong says

    Me, too. Without the discount, I will not be able to afford the medication. It is so sad that even the working class can no longer afford medication.

  8. Steve says

    I too cannot use my present coupon, please email me any other coupon that I can use to reduce my cost since insurance does not cover much. This is very bad …
    Thanks for your help.

  9. Nancy says

    Our son just called from college, he is now on a COBRA insurance plan which said his Lialda generic will be $910.46 for a 30 day supply! Is there any where he can go for additional assistance?

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