DALLAS, Jan. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AffordRx, a prescription drug card, is offering an Adderall coupon to help families afford the medications they need.
Adderall is an amphetamine-related drug that is commonly prescribed for children and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (also referred to as ADHD) or narcolepsy. Because of the controversy associated with both ADHD diagnoses and with the drugs themselves, it can be confusing for parents to know how to best treat children who show signs of the disorder.
The cost of the medications themselves can compound the difficulty for parents, as a single month's supply can be quite expensive without an Adderall coupon. This can be crippling to families on a budget. It's reassuring for these families to know that AffordRx now offers prescription discount cards for patients with or without insurance. These cards are free, instantly downloadable, and can serve as an Adderall coupon, offering steep discounts on this and many more popular drugs.
Cardholders can use their prescription discount cards to save on hundreds of prescription drugs. These cards are accepted at nearly 60,000 national drugstore chains and independent drug stores across the U.S., including CVS, Walgreens, Safeway, Winn-Dixie, Meijer, Cub, Shopko, Kmart, Target, Albertsons, Rite-Aid, Wal-Mart, and many more. This ensures that wherever a cardholder may be, there is always a participating pharmacy nearby!
Some additional medication coupons offered are:
Using a prescription discount card as an Adderall coupon can help save up to 75% off the retail price for the cardholder or a family member. The AffordRx card may be used by those without insurance coverage, or on any prescription drugs that existing insurance does not cover.
To get their free card and start saving today, users can either print a card immediately or request one to be sent right to their door. Visit AffordRx.com for more information.
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