How to Use:
Help your eligible patients save up to $90 on each prescription with the OxyContin Savings Card.
The Savings Cards are to be distributed to eligible patients prescribed OxyContin Tablets. These Savings Cards are intended for your use and are not to be left in general waiting areas within your office. The Savings Cards for OxyContin Tablets should be kept under tight control. Treat them as you would a blank prescription pad.
To print Savings Cards directly from your office printer, simply click Print Savings Cards Now as soon as you click the link "Get Coupon" provided below.
If you have questions or inquiries regarding the savings card and the product please call:
Official Website: We are sorry, this offer is no longer available. This offer expired on 3/31/2015. About the Product:
OxyContin is a trade name for the drug oxycodone hydrochloride. Manufactured by Purdue Pharma L.P., OxyContin is a controlled-release form of oxycodone prescribed to treat chronic pain. When used properly, OxyContin can provide pain relief for up to 12 hours.
OxyContin (oxycodone) is a opioid pain reliever similar to morphine. An opioid is sometimes called a narcotic. OxyContin is used to treat moderate to severe pain that is expected to last for an extended period of time. OxyContin is used for around-the-clock treatment of pain.
- One Savings Card per patient. Patients with government funded prescription drug coverage are not eligible for this program (see eligibility requirements below). Patients will be required upon initial use to call the red toll-free number that appears on the card to confirm insurance information prior to use. Once activated, the same Savings Card is valid for use with each eligible prescription for OxyContin Tablets during the program period (offer expires 3/31/2014)
- The Savings Cards cannot be used more than once during a 14-day period
- The patient is responsible for the first $25 out-of-pocket expense on each prescription. The card then provides savings of up to $90 per prescription on additional out-of-pocket expenses
Official Website: Purdue HCP