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Save Up to $100 on EpiPen 2-Pak (Valid for up to THREE 2-Paks Every Time You Fill Prescription)

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If you or a family member has life threatening allergies, did you know you can save as much as $100 on your next EpiPen purchase?! Just head over HERE, complete the form to receive a Co-Pay Card, bring along the card (or show it on your smartphone) along with a valid prescription for an EpiPen 2-Pak or EpiPen Jr 2-Pak when you head to the pharmacy and you’ll snag as much as $100 off the cost!

And this offer may be used on up to three EpiPen 2-Paks per prescription through December 31, 2015. (Thanks, Tori!)

Do you have any other tips related to saving on prescription drugs? If so, please share in the comments below!

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Comments 25

  1. Sherry

    This totally works, we filled all of ours for our child for free last year, no copay, no tax, free. Great to have them for emergencies & so easy to do, you can also ask your doctor for them too.

    • Shaleigh

      Thanks for this link. Our son carries the Auvi-Q and I didn’t know about their plan. I skimmed the site and will read more later. Any tips when using this with insurance? Did you use a particular pharmacy?

      • luna

        Should work at any pharmacy- they use the card as a secondary insurance ( notice the BIN and PCN numbers on the card)

  2. Rachael

    Does anyone know any similiar coupons that might work for diastat? That would be wonderful. Thanks!!

    • Happymama

      My son has epilepsy and the fear of not being able to afford his Diastat was beyond stressful. His two pack was over $400 before insurance. For a recuse med… It’s crazy! Thankfully we have insurance that covers most of it.

      My advice is check out GoodRX and put in your location. It will give you the cheapest rate. For my location, it said around $132.

      BUT…I have even better news! See if you can get the nasal (versed). It’s newer, but supposed to be just as effective. AND…the best thing is it’s very cheap! My son’s 3 pack is a little over $8. I don’t even think Children’s even used our insurance? You may need to get it filled at Children’s, but it’s worth it! Diffidently check with your child’s neurologist, but there is an option out there ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Vic

    Yes, our insurance covers 50%. But it still leaves us $200, so with this discount we can actually get two 2packs for the price of one. But I still do not understand why in the world are they charging $400 for it! I read somewhere, that they finally will be generic available in 2016.

  4. Aileen

    Avi-Q has a similar offer.

  5. Michelle H

    Worked for me recently! Great deal!

  6. Jodi

    I just attended a presentation on life threatening allergies in children for my work. The allergist who presented it stated that for his patients who couldn’t afford the cost of an epi-pen he prescribes a vial of epinephrine and some syringes. Typically costs under $20 and works just as well.

  7. Marissa

    A lot of doctors offices receive these types of cards for many different medications. Alone with the prescription savings cards they also receive samples for medications. It never hurts to ask your doctor if they have samples of your medication. It’s usually more common things, but the worst they can say is no.

  8. Christine

    Thank you so much for posting this deal!!! We normally have to get multiples for school & home. This is a huge savings.

  9. CW

    Used this 3x last year for free Epi-Pens!

  10. Em

    I was surprised at the savings programs many drug companies do have. Whenever I get a new prescription, I google the medication name and check out the manufacturer’s website. Several companies have free offers on new prescriptions or lower copay cards.

  11. Amanda

    I have a high deductible insurance plan and have to meet my 3000 deductible before they pay so I have to pay $350 even WITH the discount card! Completely ridiculous pricing on something that is a necessity for my daughter ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ก

    • Diana

      We are in the same boat, Amanda. It really sucks!

    • Kshauers

      They have a generic out now – check Costco prices you can call and ask over the phone, plus you don’t need to be a member to get the prices for prescriptions or to get in the door for it

      • Candy Clark

        Plus Costco has special pricing for ppl who don’t have px insurance(it’s some type of club, but again, you find need to be a member). I get my cat’s bp px filled there. BTW-Costco also carries Frontline, Revolution, Advantix, etc and it’s WAY cheaper ($6ish/month for his Revolution vs. $20 at vet). Also, my pooch is on vet recommended glucosamine chews, unable to get them at Petsmart or Petco(Phycox-they’re totally worth the $, my 13 yo Australian cattle dog runs around like he’s 4 again on these), WAY cheaper at Costco also.

    • justme

      We’re in the same boat. Our health plan just changed this year to a high deductible with the 3000 out of pocket expense also. My child is a type 1 diabetic and must have insulin. I called to get it filled in January and it was $1600 out of pocket. I don’t know what I’d do without hip2save to help us get all our other basics.

    • tee

      Yup! Me too Amanda! The best the CVS pharmacist could do was get it to about 300 with this card and “insurance” discount. Ridiculous! For something we usually have to discard but you have to have it just in case. A tip I have is always ask them what expiration date they have and ask for the farthest out. That got me through two seasons for my son’s bee sting allergy.

    • Rupa

      I agree with you Amanda. I filled it today using this card and still paid $303 (without it it was $400). So much for being free. It was $200 last year.

  12. Danielle

    Thank you so much, my son has a shellfish allergy and these her expensive! We are due to get more and I couldn’t find this form again! You and your gals rock!!

  13. Beth

    I used this card all last year for 4 refills of 2 pack of epipens-we have them in daycare, school, grandparents one at home and one in car with us. My son has peanut and treenut allegies so this is on thing we have to have and to get them for free. The expirations are always a year or less so they were all expiring at different times.

  14. Amy

    Just about every medication that is not generic will have a discount card associated with it. The cards can be used for anyone that has a commercial insurance plan. They do NOT work for those patients on government health plans, such as Medicare and Medicaid. Ask your physician for the cards when he prescribes the medication for you. Many pharmacies have them as well.

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