Purchased an EpiPen in the last 10 years? File a claim now.

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Pfizer Inc., Meridian Medical Technologies Inc., and King Pharmaceuticals LLC (collectively known as the “Pfizer defendants”) have agreed to a $345 million settlement in a class-action antitrust lawsuit that claimed they plotted to maintain EpiPen’s monopoly while raising the price of EpiPens from $100 to $600 in less than 10 years.

If you purchased a brand-name or generic EpiPen between August 24, 2011, and November 1, 2020, you may be eligible to file a claim in this lawsuit. A fairness hearing will be held on October 27 to determine whether the proposed settlement is “fair, reasonable, and adequate,” but if you’re one of the 7 million+ consumers eligible to file a claim, you may do so now.

The amount of money individual consumers can receive will be decided closer to the final hearing in October. No documentation is required to file a claim, but you may be asked for additional proof of eligibility, including the following:

  • Itemized receipts, canceled checks, or credit card statements
  • An EOB (explanation of benefits) from your insurer
  • Pharmacy records
  • Copies of your EpiPen prescriptions

The deadline to file a claim is November 12, 2021. Claims can be filed online or by submitting this form by mail.

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Comments 16

  1. miriamhmidby

    I remember the first time I bought my daughter a EpiPen I almost passed out when our pharmacist gave me the total-$675. Even the pharmacist was upset about the cost of it. It’s sad that our country places profit over lives and allows companies like the makers of EpiPens to price gouge which can potentially put lives at risk because they can’t afford to fill prescriptions like this one. 😔

  2. Shawna

    Also, if you do not have insurance that covers an EpiPen and contact your doctor and ask them about AUVI-Q. It is just a different type of EpiPen, but at a very low cost. It used to be free, but I believe they charge about $25 now… that’s it! So it takes a little longer to get to you then just running to the pharmacist.

    • Materof6

      Yes! With 6 out of 7 with food allergies, we’ve been using AUVI-Q promos for the past few years…through Walgreens, they have a promo right now that is literally saving us several hundred dollars.

    • Amber

      Also check good Rx. I told a family friend about it and she paid $100 for 2.

  3. Beth

    So if I had insurance and it went through insurance and I just paid a co-pay then I can still file for this claim?

    • Supersavingmom19

      It states, “Insured consumers who purchased Branded or generic EpiPens only via a fixed dollar co-payment that is the same for all covered devices, whether Branded or generic, regardless of the price of the device (e.g., $20 for all Branded and generic devices)” are excluded.

  4. Sara

    Now to just figure out what I spent per year more than 2 years ago…

  5. browniesmomma

    Thanku so much for the info! This will help out my son, since my granddaughter has sever nut allergy. She can’t even be around someone eating nuts. 😳 Pretty scary to have this issue.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome! I totally understand. 💕 We have a lot of food allergies in my family from peanuts to shellfish.

  6. Evie

    I wonder what is causing so many allergies? The immune system attacking itself! I think we all know, but are not allowed to say!
    Peanut allergies were unknown when I grew up in the 60s.
    Ripping off people seems to be the only business model now.

  7. Amanda C. Bessette

    I’ve been paying for 2 each year for 10 years now that my daughter will be 12 and the school and daycare Each need a box which means I needed 2 and insurance only covered part of 1 so I was out of pocket and they expire in like 7 months :/ makes me SICK!!!! But epinephrine in a syringe and vile is -$50… but schools are not permitted to give…


    I have purchases several epipens and was always disturbed by the cost. Thank God that someonr is doing something about the big increase in price. I must have several as I travel alot and keep two in my car most of the time,

  9. deborah chaney

    ive purchase my epipen carry it in my purse.

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