Suboxone Coupon and Discount

Our Suboxone coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Suboxone is a prescription drug that treats opioid dependence. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Suboxone coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Suboxone.
Suboxone Overview
Drug Name: Suboxone Generic Name(s): buprenorphine, naloxone Drug Class: Opioid Agonist-Antagonists Treats: Opioid Dependence
Suboxone is a special narcotic used to treat opioid dependence and addiction. Because long-term abuse of opioids leads to a physical need for them and a steadily diminishing satisfaction from the drugs, symptoms of craving and withdrawal inhibit most people from quitting on their own. Suboxone works by blocking withdrawal symptoms while also blocking the effect of other narcotics.
  • Suboxone Discount Coupon - Save Up To 75%* Off!

    The free Rebates.com Suboxone Coupon and Discount Card can save you up to 75%* off your prescription prices. All you have to do is print the coupon and bring it to the pharmacy to receive the benefits of our drug discount program. This coupon is not insurance and is not valid in combination with any government-sponsored drug plans.
    Suboxone Coupon
    Average Savings:
    75%* Off
    How to use your Suboxone Coupon:
    1. Click the "Get Coupon" button below and choose to receive your Suboxone coupon by Print, Email, or Text Message.
    2. Bring your discount coupon to the pharmacy and show it to your pharmacist when you fill your prescription.
    3. Save up to 75%* off your prescription!

    Suboxone Manufacturer Savings Programs

    The Suboxone Savings Card can save patients up to $200 each month. View Suboxone Manufacturer Rebates
  • Suboxone Uses

    Suboxone is used to combat opioid dependence and addiction as part of a full treatment regimen, which should include counselling and psychological/social support. As a combination of buprenorphine (a chemical which helps to block opioids' effects) and naloxone (which prevents misuse by inducing withdrawal symptoms when it is used in any way except the method prescribed), Suboxone works to reverse the repercussions of other narcotics by blocking their effects and withdrawal symptoms, while also removing the patient's ability to misuse or dilute the drug's effectiveness. Below you will find the different types of conditions that can be treated by using Suboxone:
    • Opioid dependence
  • Suboxone Dosage

    Suboxone dosage is completely dependent on the individual that takes it, as it can be used for a variety of conditions. Note that the amount of Suboxone you take also depends on the age of the individual. In addition to that the amount of Suboxone you take also depends on the strength of each pill/tablet and the amount of times you plan on taking the pill/tablet a day. Note that Suboxone also depends on the type of condition you are treating.

    Suboxone dosage to treat opioid dependence

    • For adults, the daily dosage is 12-16mg.
    • For children, usage and dosage should be determined by a doctor's consultation.
  • Suboxone Side Effects

    Suboxone, like any other drug, comes with its collection of side effects that vary with each individual who uses it. If you experience any severe side effects, consult with your doctor or medical professional immediately.

    Common Suboxone Side Effects

    • Constipation
    • Mild nausea
    • Vomiting
    • Insomnia
    • Increased sweating
    • Swelling of arms or legs
    Consult with your doctor if you experience any of the following side effects:
    • Severe weakness
    • Drowsiness
    • Breathing issues
    • Confusion
    • Altered vision
    • Slurred speech
    • Nausea
    • Loss of appetite
    • Discolored stools or urine
    • Upper stomach pain
    • Yellowing of skin or eyes
    • Lightheadedness
    • Withdrawal symptoms
  • Suboxone Interactions

    Below you will find a list of Suboxone drugs and substance interactions. In many cases Suboxone should not be combined with other medications unless approved by a physician. Patients should take care when beginning or ending treatment involving CYP3A4 inhibitors or inducers, and when taking benzodiazepines or other CNS depressants. Consult your physician before taking any new medication. Note that this list does not include a variety of over the counter drugs and vitamins that could also counteract and alter Suboxone.

    Drugs that interact with Suboxone

    • Sedatives
    • Narcotic pain medication
    • Muscle relaxers
    • Anxiety medications
    • Antidepressants
    • Seizure medications