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Fluticasone / Salmeterol

Airduo (fluticasone/salmeterol) is used to treat asthma. Fluticasone/salmetrol is less popular than other beta agonist / corticosteroid combinations. It is available in brand and generic versions. Generic fluticasone/salmeterol is covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, but some pharmacy coupons or cash prices may be lower. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of fluticasone / salmeterol is around $51.14, 59% off the average retail price of $124.96. Compare beta agonist / corticosteroid combinations.

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How To Beat Expensive Asthma Inhalers: Budesonide Alternatives

Katie Mui - May 19, 2018

It’s no secret that asthma inhalers have gotten expensive, and there are no signs of soaring prices slowing down. Even under Medicare Part D, asthma inhalers are high-ticket drugs. They’re listed under Medicare’s higher-tier, “non-preferred” or “specialty” drug categories, which pushes the cost of these medications onto the 43 million Americans enrolled in Part D.

Whether or not you’re enrolled in Medicare, asthma inhalers can be pricey. See More

Here’s Why Asthma Inhalers Are So Expensive

Tori Marsh - April 18, 2018

In 2013, the New York Times published an expose on the high price of asthma inhalers, in an article headlined “The Soaring Cost of a Simple Breath.”

So what’s happened in the 5 years since? Prices have only gotten worse.

A GoodRx analysis of cash prices for asthma inhalers shows that prices have climbed about 35% since 2013, from an average price of around $280 in 2013 to more than $380 today.

The average cash price for one inhaler of Advair, a leading medication for asthma, increased from $316 in 2013 to $496 in 2018 – a 56% increase. See More

Generic Advair Delayed: Here’s How You Can Save Now

Tori Marsh - January 12, 2018

With cash prices for inhaler Advair (fluticasone/salmeterol) reaching well beyond $400, there has been anticipation for the release of a generic. But as of February 8th, 2018, the release of Advair’s generic was postponed, despite the FDA’s previous acceptance of Sandoz’s application.

According to Sandoz, the manufacturer of generic medications owned by Novartis, the FDA has declined to approve the generic application and is asking for more data on the Advair substitute. See More

Taking Symbicort for Asthma? Here’s How to Save

Tori Marsh - December 15, 2017

Symbicort (budesonide/formoterol) is a common maintenance inhaler, taken on a daily basis to treat asthma and COPD, but it’s not cheap. Cash prices average around $323 for one inhaler, and out of pocket costs for those who fill Symbicort regularly can be unmanageable.

Symbicort works well. Around 60% of people rate that Symbicort is ‘worth it’, according to our friends at Iodine. If Symbicort works well for you, or your doctor thinks it’s best for you, how can you make it more affordable? Here’s some information about Symbicort and how you can save. See More

New Lower Prices for More Brand-Name Drugs!

Elizabeth Davis - May 16, 2017

Last week, GoodRx rolled out exclusive new savings on more than 40 brand-name prescriptions, and we also promised to pursue discounts for more drugs.

Today, we’re happy to announce new Inside Rx discounts for 6 more brands:

  • Colcrys (treats gout): 45% off retail price
  • Uloric (treats gout): 16% off retail price
  • Amitiza (treats constipation): 40% off retail price
  • Dexilant (treats GERD): 40% off retail price
  • Trintellix (treats depression): 24% off retail price
  • AirDuo Respiclick (treats COPD): just released so no comparison available yet

Like all GoodRx coupons, these new discounts are easy to use—just search for your drug and print out the discount. See More

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