Saphris Coupon

There are two coupons for Saphris in 2017:
Coupon Value and Save: Save up to $100 off copay Patient is responsible for the first $40

How Does It Work:

Manufacturer Printable Bipolar Disorder Coupon. Multi-Use Savings Coupon on SAPHRIS for eligible patients,print it online.

Patient Pay the first $40,Savings are limited to the amount of your copay or out-of pocket cost over $40, up to a maximum of $100.

Coupon is valid for use up to 3 times only.

Prices for 30 orally disintegrating tabs of Saphris 10mg is from $400.00–$420.00.

Where To Get This Offer?

Follow this Saphris Manufacturer coupon link to get this offer:
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Saphris 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. Saphris price look up, Check Saphris discount price with card.
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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. Mikey says

    Those looking for Saphris savings cards WILL NOT find them here. The origanal company (Merck) has written this drug AND 150 tax paying citizens jobs off of their payroll to the “small” Forest Pharmaceuticals in Saint Louis, MO. Sorry folks! Welcome to corporate greed disguised as capitalism.

    • Lou Taylor says

      Thanks for the heads up Mickey. I figured if it was too good to be true, it probably was. Big Pharma doesn’t give a care if folks can afford it or nor. Too bad we find something that works only to find only the 1% can afford it. Disappointed but not surprised.

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