How much is a 90-day supply of Jardiance?
Jardiance is used to treat Type 2 diabetes, in addition to reducing the risk of stroke or heart attack. In the United States, a 90-day supply of Jardiance 10 mg costs around $1600. The least expensive option may be to purchase a 90-day supply of Jardiance from a licensed pharmacy in Canada or other country where drug prices are much lower than in the U.S. The lowest price found when comparing Jardiance 10 mg prices among PharmacyChecker-verified international online pharmacies is currently $198 for a 90-day supply, a savings of 88% off the U.S. price.
PharmacyChecker-verified online pharmacies will require a valid prescription from your provider.
Information regarding processing and dispensing of prescriptions is provided by each pharmacy. After selecting an online pharmacy, you can access the pharmacy's website by clicking on the pharmacy's logo. This will direct you to their website, which will provide instructions for how to register / set-up an account with the pharmacy and place your order. If you have additional questions, you can contact the pharmacy using the "Contact Us" information. Some pharmacies will also have a "Live Chat" option to allow you to ask you questions while on the pharmacy's website.
Jardiance Discounts at Local U.S. Pharmacies
If you prefer to shop at your local U.S. pharmacy, just scroll all the way to the bottom of each price page and click "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing." Enter your ZIP Code to find the discounts available in your area. If you find a great deal, just click "Print Card for This Pharmacy" and you are all set to obtain your discount at the pharmacy of your choice.
If you cannot afford an expensive medication, some pharmaceutical companies offer patient assistance programs which cover all or part of the cost of their drugs.
Jardiance is Made in Germany
Jardiance 10 mg sold in the United States is made in Germany. Jardiance is distributed by Boehringer Ingelheim and marketed by BI Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly.
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