How to Get a Discount on an Advair Diskus

by Shelley Moore ; Updated July 27, 2017

Items you will need

  • Computer with Internet access
  • Computer printer
  • Advair Diskus prescription

Advair Diskus is a medication for treating asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Advair Diskus contains the steroid fluticasone for anti-inflammatory relief and the bronchodilator salmeterol. The medication is provided in an inhaler and used twice daily. Advair Diskus is prescription-only, and the medicine can be expensive. You can obtain discount coupons and also join a program offering free Advair Diskus the first time you fill your prescription.

Step 1

Go to the home page of the Advair Diskus website at advair.com. Click on the button, “Get your first full prescription of Advair free”.

Step 2

Click "Print Coupon Now" to print a $10 coupon from the website without registering. The coupon expires after 15 days; you can print a new $10 coupon every month from the website.

Step 3

Click "Sign Up Now & Save" instead to register for the "Breathe Easier" program., which provides a 30-day free trial offer coupon that you can print or obtain by mail. Registering requires entering your name, address, email address and date of birth. The website states that registration makes you eligible for future savings offers.

Step 4

Check out "Bridges to Access" at bridgestoaccess.com. This is a patient assistance program providing free GlaxoSmithKline prescription drugs to eligible low-income individuals who do not have insurance coverage for the medications. Apply by following instructions on the website or call the phone number provided to ask questions about the program.

About the Author

Shelley Moore is a journalist and award-winning short-story writer. She specializes in writing about personal development, health, careers and personal finance. Moore has been published in "Family Circle" magazine and the "Milwaukee Sentinel" newspaper, along with numerous other national and regional magazines, daily and weekly newspapers and corporate publications. She has a Bachelor of Science in psychology.