Eliquis Coupon

There are two coupons for Eliquis in 2017:
Coupon Value and Save: Free 30-day Trial Offer and pay no more than $10 per month Co-pay Card

How Does It Work:

Manufacturer Printable Coupon,ELIQUIS 360 Support Program, Active or request this program online.

Eliquis FREE 30-day Trial offer

Eligible patients receive a free 30-day supply (up to 60 tablets) of ELIQUIS. You must have a valid 30-day prescription for ELIQUIS to active this offer.

Eliquis Co Pay Card

Print out your ELIQUIS 360 Support Co-pay Card and bring it to your pharmacy. Use it to start saving on your next prescription fill.

With this Eliquis Rebates,Eligible patients pay no more than $10 per 30-day supply (up to 60 tablets)for upto 24 months. maximum annual benefit of $3400.

Offer not applicable to co-pays of $10 or less.

Any question regarding this Eliquis Savings program,Please call 1-866-279-4730.

Cost of 60 tablets of Eliquis 5mg at CVS is about $288.23.

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Where To Get This Offer?

Follow this Eliquis Manufacturer Coupon link to get this offer:
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Eliquis Reusable Discount Card: Save up to 75% off retail price on your prescription medication!

Ideal for people with no prescription coverage,or drug is not covered by insurance, Everyone can qualify.
Acceptable at over 63,000 pharmacies including all major chains (Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, Publix, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, etc.), price may little vary. Eliquis price look up, Check Eliquis discount price with card.
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If no printer, only write down your ID, PCN, GROUP, and BIN and take to pharmacist for the same savings.
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Reviews For Eliquis

Seems to Work Without Severe Side Effects
I am a middle-aged male with a history of paroxysmal AFib. My doctor had me take a low dose aspirin, but then he switched me to Eliquis. Both aspirin and Eliquis have a risk of causing bleeding, and I have experienced some bruising. However, the effectiveness seems to be worth the risk right now. The mild bruising is the only side effect that I had from Eliquis. This is a very affordable medication. My insurance covers most of the cost. I like that this medication is easy to use without diet restrictions that some similar medications require.
—-Nicholas York

Very Easy to Take
I am thankful for this medication. I am taking Eliquis for Afib. I have been on Eliquis for 4 years. I take a 5mg tablet two times a day. Before taking this medication, I had to have an injection of Clexane before traveling by plane. Eliquis eliminated the need for that injection. I have to avoid any over-the-counter medications including ibuprofen or pseudoephedrine while taking Eliquis, so I have to be careful when choosing a pain reliever or cold medicine. Other than that, this medication is very easy to take and I’m satisfied with it.
—-Elfreda Suellen

Important Notice: These drugs reviews maybe helpful, but can not substitute for the expertise, skill, knowledge and judgement of healthcare practitioners in patient care.

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Comments

  1. Eric Ehlers says

    11/1/2014

    Printed out the $10.00 co-pay card for Eliquis. Found out from the Walmart pharmacy I was not eligible due to being on Medicare Part D. Saw it in the fine print later. Seemed strange to me. Had to pay $85.00 even though not working or employed and on a Medicare Advantage Plan. So, please take me off the card plan. My RxBin is 610524 and the Cap is 5077682. Guess it is not meant to be unless one has regular insurance.

    • Jane McManus McGinley says

      Yes I think it’s pretty sad that the elderly get screwed on this deal. Most of them pay anywhere from 75.00 to 85.00 a month when they could be getting it for 10.00. Just another way our government is sticking it to them.

      • Sandy says

        I am on Medicare and went to renew my prescription tonight. Because of the drug gap in insurance I have to pay from $47 co pay to $168/mo in the gap coverage of insurance. When on a fixed income that is not easy. And I understand you cannot get a discount if you are on Medicare. But yet people that are on government Badger Care pay nothing! Seniors are screwed again by government.

  2. Karen Hoier says

    I signed up for the $10.00 co-pay card but it did not print for me. Can I please have it sent to my email address to reprint it. Address in New Holstein, WI
    Thank you

  3. Sally Wieck says

    You are lucky. My Eliquis insurance monthly co-pay for months was $48 month. I just entered the donut hole and now i have to pay $150 month MY SHARE OF WHAT INSURANCE DOESNT COVER!!!!!!

    • Marilyn says

      I am also in the donut hole, is this the cost for Eliquis 5mg, two time daily? Or 60 tabs per month? I don’t have a choice but to pay. I guess it’s the high cost of , … Life.

  4. Martha platt says

    Can not afford the 114.00 for aliquis..need help..I am a retired 74 year old on a fixed income.I could use some help..caught in the donut hole…thank you..Martha platt

    • Marcia Painovich says

      My dad had to take Eliquis and they want 300.00 for a 30 day supply. His doctor has been giving him free boxes, but that will end next month. My dad is 82 years old and he barely lives with his monthly income. I think the companies who make medicine should have a limit as to what they are allowed to sell their goods for. I guess if you can’t afford it you die. My dad spends 189.00 a month for his other pills. Very sad indeed. This is what I have to look forward to.

      • Claudia says

        hi Marcia,

        have you tried getting your dad on that program where social security helps with the monthly insurance premiums and cost of drugs……..EXTRA HELP is a medicare program to help people with limited income and resources pay medicare prescription drug costs. you may qualify if your yearly income and resources are below these limits…

        Single person – income less than $17,820 and resources less than $13,640

        married person living with a spouse and no other dependents – income less than $24,030 and resources less than $27,250/year

        your other option is to call the manufacture of Eliquis…..which is what I did for my aunt. They sent me a form to apply for special assistance to obtain this durg…but of course there are restrictions on that as well. I haven’t had time to read that form just yet….but check it out!!!

    • Christine says

      Frank-
      You should be able to get this medication for $10, if you have no insurance. Call the 800 number and speak to someone. I was able to do it yesterday. My pharmacy is in Illinois maybe they can help. Avicenna Pharmacy 708-529-7222

  5. Dominic Suppa says

    I cannot seem to find a coupon for eliquis – the cost to me with no cooupon but I do have Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare A – B and D. and I still pay over 200.00 … can you help me?

    Dominic

  6. Rhonda says

    Father in law just paid $338.60 for 60 pills of Eliquis, same day my mother in laws Delzicol was $402 for a month. They are on Medicare with Blue cross as supplement. How is anyone supposed to afford this? They are on a fixed income. This Medicare gap, or hole is ridiculous. The worst part, is they had to borrow the money, and they are so upset about not being able to afford their meds, my mother in law was crying and stated , “Just makes you wish you were dead”. They worked all their lives, and retired from working at a hospital. One in maintenance, the other in house keeping. Is this the ‘golden years’ we all work so hard to get too?

  7. church05 says

    The copay card on the website states it expires on 12/31/2015 in fine print. Went to the pharmacy and had to pay $400 for a 30 day supply. Tried to order another one and denied. This is bad marketing to send a card in the mail afer it was already expired.

  8. Margaret Daniels says

    My Health Insurance though AARP has refused Eliquis. This is not for real. I was hospitalized with congential heart failure and then open heart surgery. Eliquis worked with no problem.

  9. Nancy says

    I got a $10.00 co pay car….FOR COMMERCIALLLY INSURED PATIENTS! iN OTHER WORDS IF YOU HAVE INSURANCE & IN DONUT HOLE AS THEY SAY .THIS CARD WILL NOT HELP YOU …PAST 2 MONTHS HAVE PAID $330.46.. CAN NOT GET HELP FROM THIS CARD . NO TELEPHONE NUMBER TO CALL & TALK TO A PERSON. I CAN NOT AFFORD ALL OF THIS .

  10. George D. Ballentine says

    So, I guess that the “lesson to be learned” is: If you are a responsible, retired senior who like so many others barely manages to “get by” with their Social Security and meager pension and goes on Medicare A-B and D, the pharmaceuticals wave phony “deals” about in the media that seem to offer some hope to those of us on several high priced high tier formularies UNTIL YOU READ THE MICE PRINT AT THE END AND LEARN IT ISN’T AVAILABLE TO PEOPLE ON MEDICARE OR OTHER DRUG INSURANCE.

  11. Donna Rae Wallace says

    All drug companies should be investigated and their books and their CEOs faces made public. The prices they charge are so outrageous very few can afford them. I suggest their CEOs try to live on what I receive from Social Security for a month to see if they could afford any of these new drugs. I can barely afford food, let alone drugs. Of course they don’t care that the elderly cannot afford their drugs. The only thing they care about is the all mighty dollar. American has become so money driven that we no longer care about our fellow man. We, the elderly, do have value. We still contribute to society. We mentor out families. We still teach our grandchildren life skills that they do not get in school. I would like to live longer so I can continue to mentor my flock of grandchildren. I would like to see them marry and have children of their own. I would like to see them be successful. I do not want to lay down and die to please a drug company. I choose life.

  12. HOWARD WATKINS says

    I HAVE NEVER USED ELIQUIS BEFORE AND WHEN I CLICKED ON THE ONE MONTH TRIAL CUPOON, IT SAID IT WASN’T AVAILABLE. YOUR WEB SITE SAYS IT IS?

  13. Dianne McKay says

    My co-pay card was rejected because the company said my insurance was government. It is not. The name of insurance co is Washington state prescription services. This is a commercial insurance. can’t get authorization as of 12/12/16. My card is good until December 2017. I have Afib and am going in for cardiac ablation Jan.30,2017. My rxpcn loyalty Id 474728564. Was told they were in talks with whoever. Meantime I can’t get my rx filled. Is there another company or is it Bristol-Myers.

  14. Mary says

    My husband is on chemo and now he was given a prescription for Eliquis, the pharmacy tried to get us the $10 a month or Thirty day free for the first time and we were not able to get it because we are on Medicare, and we pay $275 a month for AARP plus prescription and still today they wanted $180. Unbelievable, we can not afford all these expenses.. please help,this is not fair..

  15. margie says

    Depending on what your health condition that Eliquis is required asked your doctor if you can take aspirin or herb supplement. I am on eliquis for DVT. Those of you that read this may hate me because I got to use the Eliquis coupons. but after certain dollar amount is reached on the card at that point it ends and comes out of pocket. I am very Thank full that I got the eliquis cards cause I am disabled and fixed small income. yes the cards only works with certain insurances. We barely can afford insurance. All insurances has gone up and dominate every part of our lives car, home, fire department, health insurance. ect. life a struggle! I do plan to use aspirin and hope it does not bother my gastritis, if it does than I am in trouble I can’t afford full price Eliquis. Its a do or die issue, good luck in everyone else endeavors.

  16. JCD says

    This is one of those times when it is not the US government that is the problem. It is the greed of the drug manufacturers. It is the drug companies’ policies that if you have any government support for prescriptions such as Medicare or Medicaid then you are not eligible for the coupon benefit.

    However, the drug manufacturers are one of the most powerful and wealthy lobbying groups in DC. As such they have so much influence that our senators and reps on both sides of the aisle listen to what they want and give it to them. Therefore, drug companies have no limits as to how much they can charge for their meds or how they can write their own company policies that hurt those of us who need help the most. My adult son who is deaf and blind qualifies for the extra help from the government as mentioned above. That is super for him and a very good US policy.

  17. HKennefy says

    Well my husband retired in August. We are on Cobra. New year, new deductible…my Eliquis this month is $417!!!! Plus husband’s RX is around $300

  18. Margaret Mullady says

    Will you send me coupon for
    Eliquis 5mgs I take it 2 times daily . My Dr is Glynn Elliott md 1500 Sheridan rd Wilmette. Il 60091 . I live on fixed income and really can’t afford the cost for afib and cold and take 9 meds aday ! Please help

  19. Richard Pellicano says

    I had to to pay $1283..11 forElliqis for a 3 moths supply found later on there wed site they offer a discount from your health care provider which would’ve cost $288.67 for a 30 day supply and co.pay of $10.dollars for 30 day supply plus it could be used against..this would’ve been less expensive this way have been told ahead of time.no I have ask my health care doctor why wasn’t this mention when I had my exam .

  20. Patricia Archer says

    Probably the majority of Eliquist and Xarelto users are retired and covered by Medicare. According to a call I made to J&J, Medicare is responsible for exempting Medicare people from participating in these rebate programs. We all need to contact our senators and complain about this inequity. I’m from Florida and will be calling Senator Rubio.

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