Cost Of Eliquis

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Lionne Says:


Even with good insurance, my out of pocket cost for a month of 5 mg Eliquis is $155. Does anyone know of any ways to assist with this cost?



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Beth Says:
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Call the pharmaceutical company and explain your situation I got many months of free meds this way also ask your doctor they have samples with a free 30-day Supply attached

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Sal Says:
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Canada Drugs is usually priced lower. Don't let Big Pharma scare you, they are tightly regulated.

Check out their web site, you can price your drug on line.

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bj Says:

There is a place called Caring Collation that help people with meds if they can't pay for them and don't make a whole lot of money. Also Caring Voices. Look those up on the computer.

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Tony Says:

Maybe your doctor can switch you to Xarelto,our CVS Caremark plan costs $115 for a 3 month supply,with a $24 a month premium for the plan.

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bj Says:

Look up Caring Coalition or Coalition Voice. They helped me at one point until they realized we made too much money. Mine is only $18 for 3 months with my insurance so it works out well for me. Hope you find some help. I took Eliquis for a few months and ended up bleeding internally and had to have several transfusions and go off it.

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David Says:

MedsChat also offers a free pharmacy coupon that can reportedly save you an average of 15% to 75% off the cost of your prescription at: Rx Savings Card

Just print that card out and take it with you to your local pharmacy to find out how much you can save.

I don't know if the amount of savings varies based on location or the type of medication it is, but I'd definitely consider looking into it as a last resort option to cut down on costs.

Best wishes~

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