Generic Medication Help
GoodPill is a non-profit pharmacy that provides affordable medications to people who do not have insurance or cannot afford their medication copays. Most medications are only $6 for a 90-day supply. You do not have to pay in advance and medications are mailed your home! You can see all of the medications offered and sign up for the program on their website.
(888) 987-5187 www.goodpill.org
Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company (via TruePill Pharmacy)
Cost Plus Drugs is another mail-order pharmacy that provides affordable medications to people who do not have insurance or cannot afford their medication copays. The program does not accept insurance. Medication is priced as follows:
COST TO MANUFACTURE + 15% MARK-UP + $3 PHARMACY LABOR. You will also have a shipping cost.
You can see all of the 700+ medications offered and sign up for the program on their website.
Phone: (833) 926 3384 www.costplusdrugs.com
GoodRx is an online tool and downloadable app that helps find discount coupons for generic prescription medications.
Coupons are accepted at most larger retail pharmacies including Kroger, Walmart and Publix.
Find online at GoodRx.com or download in the app store.
Kroger Savings Rx Club
The Kroger Rx Savings Club is a $36 per year (or $72 per year for a family of 6) discount program that makes most generic medications FREE, $3 or $6 per month. View the medication list and apply online at www.krogersc.com
Publix offers some routine medications including Metformin, Amlodipine and Lisinopril for $7.50 for a 90-day supply. Ask the pharmacy for their full discounted drug list.
Walmart offers many generic medications for $4, $9 or $15 for a 30-day supply. View the whole list here
Walmart also offers generic Regular, N and 70/30 Novolin insulin under the Relion brand for $25 per bottle and offers NovoLog insulin under the Relion brand for $72.88 per vial and $85.88 for a package of FlexPens.
Be aware that it is likely LESS expensive to use one of the name brand coupons or manufacturer assistance programs below for insulin
Walmart also offers a very inexpensive blood sugar testing machine, the Relion Prime, for $9 for the machine and $9 per bottle of 50 test strips.
Brand Name Medication Help
Brand Name Insulin Coupons
Almost any expensive name brand medication has discount cards for people with commercial (non-Medicare/Medicaid or Military) insurance (just do a Google search for "Drug Name + Savings Card"), but these cards typically do not cover people who are uninsured.
The following insulin programs work for BOTH commercially insured and UNINSURED people. You can get the savings card in 5 minutes or less and the cards are good at ANY pharmacy. You must have a prescription for the insulin.
Sanofi $35 TOTAL (pens only; if taking two insulins, must buy both at the same time for best pricing)
admelog.com/insulins-valyou-savings-program or call 833-813-0190 and press # 8am to 8pm Mon-Fri
Admelog (Regular Insulin)
Lantus (Long Acting Insulin)
Toujeo (Long Acting Insulin)
NovoNordisk $99 TOTAL (pens or vials)
novocare.com/insulin/my99insulin.html or text MY99 to 24177 to sign up
NovoLog (Regular Insulin)
NovoLog 70/30 (Insulin Mix)
Levemir (Long Acting Insulin)
Tresiba (Long Acting Insulin)
Fiasp (Regular Insulin)
Lilly $35 EACH (pens or vials)
insulinaffordability.com or call 833-808-1234 8am to 8pm Mon-Fri
Humalog (Regular Insulin)
Humalog 75/25 (Insulin Mix)
Humalog 50/50 (Insulin Mix)
Humulin (Regular Insulin)
Humulin N 100u vial or pens
Humulin 70/30 (Insulin Mix)
Basaglar (Long Acting Insulin)
FREE Manufacturer Prescription Assistance for Name-Brand Medications
Almost any expensive name brand medication has discount cards for people with commercial (non-Medicare/Medicaid or Military) insurance and offers free medication for low-income people without insurance.
You can look up your medication here medicineassistancetool.org to see if there is an assistance program available. The website will screen you for program eligibility and help you download a copy of the application if you quality. You will need to take the application to your doctor for their signature and a prescription.
You can also go directly to the manufacturer website for an application. Here are a few of the most commonly requested:
Advair, Anoro, Breo, Flovent, Incruse, Serevent, Ventolin, Trelegy www.gskforyou.com
Atrovent, Combivent, Spiriva, Stiolto, Striverdi www.boehringer-ingelheim.us
Daliresp, Pulmicort, Symbicort, Tudorza www.azandmeapp.com
Admelog, Lantus, Toujeo www.sanofipatientconnection.com
Novolin, Novolog, Fiasp, Xultophy, Levemir, Tresiba, Ozempic, Victoza www.novocare.com
Humulin, Humalog, Basaglar, Trulicity www.lillycares.com
Jardiance, Glyxambi, Jentadueto, Synjardy, Trajenta, Trijardy www.boehringer-ingelheim.us
Bydureon, Byetta, Kombiglyze, Xigduo, Farxiga, Onglyza www.azandmeapp.com
Depakote ER www.abbvie.com/patients/patient-assistance.html