ProAir RespiClick/HFA Coupons & Assistance Programs

Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: August 1, 2021

Obtaining monthly prescription medications can become expensive, especially without coupons or discounts. ProAir RespiClick/HFA is a life-saving medication that can be expensive. Patients with reversible obstructive airway disease may be prescribed ProAir. The Rx Advocates can help patients afford the life-saving medications they need monthly.

People should not have to pick between getting their prescription medications or paying bills, or buying food. At The Rx Advocates, we help patients save money on their monthly prescription medications through patient assistance programs.

Estimated Retail Price*

30-Day Supply
$60.00/month

Estimated Retail Price*

One Dose Pack
$351.70/month

* Source: GoodRX.com

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Who are The Rx Advocates?

The Rx Advocates are a nationally recognized prescription advocacy program. We help patients save money through patient assistance programs offered by pharmaceutical manufacturers. Right now, we help people get into over 100 United States-based pharmaceutical company’s patient assistance programs. These are the same companies that make the 100 most prescribed medications in the U.S. At The Rx Advocates, we can help people save money getting over 800 FDA-approved prescription medications.

Patients can rest in knowing that when they are going through The Rx Advocates, there will not be any extra charges or hidden fees. The set service fee is $60-$90, not anything more. The service fee is based on the number of medications we are helping the patients with. Our goal is to keep their prices affordable for the monthly prescriptions they need.

The Rx Advocates do not offer coupons, and we are not a discount program. The Rx Advocates are also not an insurance company. We help patients get the medications they need every day to stay healthy and live their most productive lives. We do this at a price that provides peace of mind; the cost does not change month to month.

Do I Qualify for ProAir Patient
Assistance with The Rx Advocates?

The criteria for getting service with The Rx Advocates patient assistance program is:

  • Individuals earning up to $40,000 annually may qualify for service
  • Couples earning up to $60,000 annually may qualify for service
  • Large families earning up to $100,000 annually may qualify for service

Sometimes the guidelines can vary from one program to another program. We will go over your case to find out if we can help you save money.

RespiClick/HFA Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions

ProAir RespiClick/HFA (albuterol sulfate) is an inhaled medication prescribed to adults and children over the age of 4 to treat or prevent bronchospasm in people with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD includes the diseases emphysema and chronic bronchitis.

A bronchospasm is when a person’s airways spasm and contract, making it hard to breathe. Bronchospasms can be caused by irritation, allergic reactions, or inflammation. 

Asthma is a chronic condition affecting the airways. For people with asthma, the airways can become inflamed. Irritants, allergens, or exercise can trigger symptoms of asthma. Severe asthma attacks can be deadly for some people.

COPD is a long-term progressive disease where the air sacs inside the lungs become damaged, making it harder to breathe. The damages caused airways to make large amounts of mucus, leading to a chronic cough and breathing problems.

The normal dosage of ProAir is 1-2 puffs by mouth every 4-6 hours in people with asthma or COPD. For exercise-induced asthma, ProAir should be used 15-30 minutes before exercise. Take ProAir exactly as prescribed by the doctor.

There are other FDA-approved medications to treat bronchospasm in people with reversible obstructive airway disease. They include:

The cost of ProAir can vary depending on where someone lives, and what pharmacy they use. The cost can also depend on what their insurance covers, or if they do not have prescription coverage. As of March 2021, the average cash price for ProAir is $91.83 for one inhaler.

At The Rx Advocates, we do not offer coupons. Prescription coupons and patient assistance programs are very different. We do want to help people understand how prescription coupons work. When a patient is prescribed ProAir the first thing they might do is check the internet for the price. After seeing how much ProAir costs, they will probably search for a coupon.

Patients may be concerned that they can not afford to get their prescription if they do not find a coupon. This is a difficult situation because ProAir can be a necessary life-saving medication for someone with severe asthma. However, coupons may not be the best choice for saving money.

A ProAir coupon may save some money, but it might not be enough. There are coupons available for a CVS pharmacy for $75.73. A coupon for the Wal-Mart pharmacy can bring the price to $73.14. When someone finds a coupon the savings may be available for a limited amount of time, some coupons expire. In some instances, a coupon may only be allowed for a one-time use.

Get ProAir RespiClick/HFA Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

Getting patients their monthly medications so they can stay healthy at a reasonable price is the goal of The Rx Advocates. We understand that the prices of prescription medications can be hard to afford for many people. This is especially true if the patient does not have health insurance that covers medications. Many pharmaceutical companies offer patient assistance programs to help patients who qualify, but people may not know about these programs.

Patients without health insurance will benefit from patient assistance programs, but help is available for those who do have insurance through the same programs. Some insurances may not include prescription coverage, or the copay could be very high. Patient assistance programs can help them save money also. The Rx Advocates can help people who have insurance and those without insurance access the patient assistance programs without the confusion of trying to figure it out by themselves.

Do you want more information about how The Rx Advocates can help you? Saving hundreds of dollars is possible. The cost for each medication will stay the same, there are no hidden fees. No more than the monthly service fee will be charged.

The service fee for one prescription per month is $60. For two prescriptions the cost is $70. The cost for three prescriptions is $80. It is only $90 per month if someone needs four or more prescriptions.

At The Rx Advocates, we are here to help you save money and stay healthy. Accessing patient assistance programs can save patients thousands of dollars. We can check anyone’s eligibility to access patient assistance programs. Please contact us today to get help as soon as possible.

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