Generic Suboxone Prices Continue to Drop

Whether you’re new to addiction recovery in Nashville or a veteran, you can appreciate saving money on medications. The great news is, the generic Suboxone tablets (buprenorphine and naloxone) continues to drop thanks to a price war between two of the generic tablet manufacturers.

The White Pill or the Orange Pill – Which One is Better?
Both manufactures are creating the same medication: 8 milligrams of buprenorphine and 2 milligrams of naloxone. Though these pills appear differently, they are of the same quality, and identical in effectiveness. Some patients have said the orange generic Suboxone pill is better, while others swear by the white generic Suboxone pill.

Will the Price Drop Continue on Generic Suboxone Tablets?
Big pharma is no different than any other business. It’s all about supply and demand. Te more they make, the cheaper it will get. With two generic Suboxone manufacturers fighting for marketshare, we think it’s safe to assume that prices will continue dropping on the generic Suboxone tablets.

What About Generic Suboxone Strips?
While it’s true the FDA has approved a generic Suboxone strip, Indivior (the creators of Suboxone sublingual strips) is not going to give up without a fight. Since they are the creators of the proprietary sublingual strip, they don’t want any competition for the time being. Indivior is expected to fight the FDA ruling, which will at least delay the release of a generic Suboxone strip for many months.

How Much Does Generic Suboxone Cost Today?
The good news is, the generic Suboxone tablets do the same job as the strips, yet they cost a fraction of the price. As of August 15, 2018, a month’s worth of generic Suboxone tablets (assuming 2 per day for a total quantity of 56) costs only $148 at Costco, and are similarly priced at other popular pharmacies.

Not shown is Sam’s Club on Antioch Pike, who also offer competitive pricing along with outstanding, friendly service.

Get Started with Two Weeks of Free Medicine
Nashville Recovery offers two weeks of free buprenorphine & naloxone medicine (one time) to new patients. Most people will qualify, but please ask the doctor for details at your visit.

Get Your Life Back
You don’t have to suffer from addiction any longer. Suboxone Clinics of Nashville have the solution to free you from pain pills, heroin, and other narcotics without going through nasty withdrawals, free you from cravings, and allow you to do the whole program without missing work or time with your family.

Call or text us today for an appointment this week at Nashville’s favorite Suboxone clinic – Nashville Recovery: (615) 431-3701

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