2020, Manufacturer printable Librax coupon is not available at present, but you can still get savings with this Librax discount card.Coupon Value and Save: Save between 10%-75% on Librax prescription.
With this Librax Rebate Card, Price for 30 capsules of Librax 5mg/2.5mg (brand) is from $918.28–$997.25.
Price for 30 capsules of chlordiazepoxide / clidinium 5mg/2.5mg (generic) is from $35.32–$42.78.
Print this free Librax discount card to start savings, Acceptable at over 63,000 pharmacies including all major chains (Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, Publix, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, etc.), price may little vary.
Librax price look up for different Dosage and Quantity, Check how much will you save with this coupon.
If no printer, only write down your ID, PCN, GROUP, and BIN and take to pharmacist for the same savings.
How Does It Work:
This Librax Discount is similar to Buying Group Coupon. Only need to present this card to participating pharmacy to get discount on Librax prescription. Everyone can qualify.
Ideal for drug isn't covered by your insurance and Your insurance has no drug coverage, And The card maybe offers a better price than your copay.
The more people use this coupon, The better discount will be provided. Please share this discount card with anyone you know who may need it. This pharmacy coupon is valid for Generic and Brand Name drugs.
This Discount can not to be combined with insurance.
Other Patient Assistance for Librax
No Patient Assistance Programs available now that we know.
Reviews For Librax
I never understood the pain associated with ulcers until I developed one. I always thought it was just something that the elderly got. I was no longer able to eat the spicy foods that I love and sleeping, well that was just out of the question. I was told by my doctor that my ulcer was still small enough to be treated without surgery and she gave me Librax. I must say, I am impressed. The first night I took it, it was like that continuous pain in my gut suddenly had better things to do.
—-Mark W. Bentonville, AK
When I hit menopause, I thought that my cramping days were over. That is, until I developed irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Everything became so painful, sleeping, eating, using the bathroom, it was never ending. When I couldn’t take it anymore, I caved and got checked out. I started taking Librax about four months ago and I don’t know what I would do without it. It is refreshing to know that this little pill can keep me feeling like me. There are some foods I can’t eat and sometimes stress gets my IBS acting up, but I feel great most of the time.
—-Janice R. NYC, NY