My daughter and I have horrible allergies. My daughter has a peanut and shellfish allergy and its gotten to be difficult for us to keep EpiPen handy. It’s difficult because she is involved in some many different things that she would need one with her at all times. I have always had allergies as a child but the older I have got the worst it has become. I recently found myself having an allergy test done. I had the allergy test done because I had a allergic reaction to something and could not figure out what it was. I found out I was allergic to some things that I come in contact with quite frequently.
After getting the results of the test, I realized that it is now imperative to keep my EpiPen with me at all times as well as for my daughter. I would typically leave it home for a reason such as it won’t fit in my purse, I’m not going to need it or just thinking of any reason not to carry it around with me.
If you or your kids have allergies, then you know that the cost is exceptionally high for EpiPen. Just knowing the price of the EpiPen, you can willingly forget to take one with you. But having to purchase one for my daughter now and myself my pockets are screaming for help. I know I have to buy it, but still, I’m just thinking like can the price be discounted or two for one since I have to buy for two people. But of course that’s not an option, its all or nothing at all. Looking at the box and realizing they expire in one year. What if we don’t use them? I’ll be wasting my money. Can I take them back and exchange them in a year? Those are all the things that came to my mind when I was given the price of the EpiPens.
Then to find out that my insurance only covers the generic and that was still over a $100. I ask the Pharmacist for the price for the brand. I compare the two of them and think that the prices are both to high. When the Pharmacist realize that its two people in my household needing the EpiPens he gives me this advice on how to get it for a reduced price up to $300 dollars off or possibly free. Of course, I’m all about saving money, so I listen to what he says.
Follow these steps for a discounted price to reduce your out of pocket cost for a EpiPen:
2. Print your Co-Pay Offer Card from Mylan(the maker of EpiPen)
3. Verify that your prescription is written for EpiPen.
4. Take your prescription and your co-pay card to your pharmacy to receive your EpiPen two pack.
Hold on to your card you can use it up to six times in a year with a valid prescription.
Thanks to my Pharmacist I was advised of how to get the EpiPens for FREE!
YES, I Stated FREE EpiPens!!!
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