Coupons Central page
Below you will find an easy-to-navigate alphabetical listing of drugs and the associated coupons and discounts most relevant and available to public consumers in the United States. Come back often, coupons are added weekly.
First, there are some aces that patients may try first. These are also great for pharmacies to advocate on behalf of patients.
Next, there are the resources defined per state. This section is continually growing as we add more states so check back often.
Finally, there is an alphabetical listing of the drugs and the coupons provided by manufacturers. If your pharmacy is not advocating on your behalf or otherwise getting you these coupons, then you can most likely get them yourself by filling out the appropriate forms online. Also, if your pharmacy is not doing this on your behalf, then it may be time to go to a different pharmacy.
Large chain pharmacies are notorious for refusing to honor these coupons or getting them for their patients. Independent pharmacies are more likely to honor them as well as get them on behalf of their patients at no charge.
Aces to Try First
By State (Alphabetical)
First, every California resident is entitled to a free prescription discount card through the California Prescription Assistance Program (PAP) by visiting this website and writing down the numbers on the screen, filling out this form, or printing out this page.There's also the free California prescription card available on this website. Never hurts to have more than one and see which one offers the best discount. To order one over the phone, call them at (855) 222-4323. California's Medicaid program Medi-Cal is available by visiting this website or calling them at this number: (916) 552-9200.
- You can also call PACE directly at 1-800-792-8820.
- You can also try one of these phone numbers below to connect with one of the active PACE members as of 2018.
Try each one to see what benefits they can each provide you:
Children under the age of 19 and residents of New York are eligible for the Child Health Plus program available by clicking this link.
New York also offers the Community Health Advocates website, which is available by clicking here. They offer free advice, so that's mildly helpful.
Seniors 65 or over living in New York are eligible for the EPIC program if they meet certain conditions, such as low income and Medicare or Medicaid spend down. Click here for more details.
More free advice on Medicare and Medicaid benefits can be found by visiting aging.ny.gov/healthbenefits.
Drug List (Alphabetically)
Get financial assistance for Aubagio including a $0 copay card here. Some patients may be eligible for Aubagio at no cost for up to one year while benefits are verified. Pharmacists can also find information on the Sanofi Genzyme Patient Assistance Program for patients without insurance.
Get 10% off with this mail in rebate.
Fill out the compassionate care application for up to 75% off of self-pay medication.
Cancer patients / survivors can apply for financial assistance from the Livestrong Foundation.
Insured patients can get preauthorization by downloading these forms.
Military personnel or veterans can apply for financial assistance with the Compassionate Corp program by filling out this form.
Call this toll free number for assistance.
Purchase the Infertility Enrollment Form here.
The Savings Card can be found by clicking this link.
Questions about the Savings Card or the Mobile Program should be directed to either 1-800-314-7957 or 1-855-496-8792, the first being the one less published and more likely to have shorter wait times.
There's also the even less advertised Pfizer Rx Pathways Prescription Assistance program available by calling 1-866-706-2400.
Even less known to the general public is the Rx Outreach program, which covers about 800 other drugs as well as Lipitor. They can be reached at (855) 796-4968.
Alternatively, you can try the Celgene Patience Assistance Program (PAP) by filling out this form and faxing it to the number provided at the top of the page. They can also be reached by calling (855) 554-9168.
Join the Prolia patient support program.
Pay $25 out of pocket per dose with this manufacturer discount card.
Have Medicare? Save 97% - 100% by calling this number.
Enroll your office in the Prolia copay program.
No insurance? Try the Amgen Safety Net Foundation.
Purchase the Urology Enrollment Form here.
Enroll in the Janssen CarePath Savings program here.
Pay only $5 per injection here.
Get coding and billing information for reimbursement here.
Check the patient affordability options here.
Get additional Simponi support here.
Purchase the Gastroenterology Enrollment Form here.
Pay as little as $15 per month with this manufacturer savings coupon.
Download this mail in rebate for mail order prescriptions.
ZOLADEX is the only treatment of its kind with its own unique J-Code for reimbursement. ZOLADEX J-Code: J9202. (Leuprolide acetate J-Code: J9217)
Commercially insured patients can get $0 copay and cash-paying patients can get $500 off every month by using the following manufacturer copay card coupon savings information: RxBin: 610524, RxGrp: 50777526, RxPCN: Loyalty, Issuer: (80840), ID: 1234567899. More information can be found here.
TerSera Therapeutics provides a Patients Assistance Program by filling out this form.
Purchase the Urology Enrollment Form here.