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Do online pharmacies accept discount cards from manufacturers?

 

Question:
Janssen the maker of Invokana 300 offers a $200/month discount card. Do any of these pharmacies honor it?

Answer:

In most cases, drug manufacturer discount coupons are accepted at U.S. retail, online and mail-order pharmacies — but not at international online pharmacies, such as the pharmacies verified in the PharmacyChecker Verification Program.

 

You can usually find information about drug company discount coupons online, including eligibility requirements, on their websites. People covered by commercial insurance — but not government program insurance, such as Medicare — are usually eligible. Drug manufacturers' coupons cover all or part of your co-payment for an expensive, brand-name drug.

 

First, check the eligibility requirements and then fill out the application for the drug manufacturer discount coupon. Once approved, the coupon will be emailed or instantly be available to print out and bring to a local pharmacy to receive the discount on the medication.

 

Invokana Discount Coupon

 

Invokana (canagliflozin) is meant to be used with diet and exercise to lower blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes. It works by increasing the amount of glucose removed by the kidneys and excreted in urine.

 

Here's information on the Invokana co-payment coupon by Janssen Pharmaceuticals.

 

Alternatively, prescription discount cards (different from co-pay coupons) offer discounts on out-of-pocket medication costs. They can save consumers a lot of money - up to 85% - but only for generic drugs.  For brand name drugs, such as Invokana, discounts with these cards are seldom more than 15%. PharmacyChecker offers a search for a discount card for Invokana.

 

Buy Invokana from Verified Online Pharmacies

 

PharmacyChecker verifies online pharmacies and provides price comparisons among those pharmacies. You must click a pharmacy's logo to be directed to its website. There, you can order medication and consult them on whether they accept additional discounts.

 

Currently, a 90-day supply of Invokana 300 mg can cost you around $1,234 ($13.71 per pill) at your local U.S pharmacy. You can find Invokana 300 mg for as low as $2.49 per pill internationally by comparing prices on PharmacyChecker.com. That's an 82% discount vs. Invokana sold in the U.S.

 

Compare Prices for Invokana

 

Other Ways to Save Money on Invokana

 

If you prefer to shop at a local U.S. pharmacy, just scroll to the bottom of each price page and enter your zip code to find the discounts available in your area. When you choose a pharmacy, just click "Print Card for This Pharmacy" and you are set to obtain your discount at the pharmacy of your choice.PharmacyChecker.com also offers a search tool for patient assistance programs. Many pharmaceutical companies offer aid with the cost of medications through patient assistance programs.

 

Invokana Patient Assistance Program

 

 

Published 5/3/2018




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