Janumet Coupon

There are two coupons for Janumet in 2017:
Coupon Value and Save: free 30-day trial supply of JANUMET and pay as little as $5 Per prescriptions

How Does It Work:

Manufacturer Printable Coupon. FREE TRIAL OFFER,Eligible patients may receive a free 30-day trial supply of JANUMET.

Print the Multi-Use Savings Coupon online,Eligible patients may pay as little as $5 out of pocket on each of up to 12 qualifying prescriptions for JANUMET XR, JANUMET, or JANUVIA. Maximum savings is $100 per prescription.

Coupon is valid for use up to a total of 12 times only. Patient must have a copayment or make full cash payment for the prescription.

Patient is responsible for the first $5 of their copay or out-of-pocket cost.

Prices for 60 tablets of Janumet 50mg/1000mg is from $304.00–$317.00.

Also Read: JANUVIA Coupon

Where To Get This Offer?

Follow this Janumet Manufacturer coupon link to get this offer:
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Janumet 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. Janumet price look up, Check Janumet 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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Other knowledge

High blood sugar

Hazard of high blood glucose high blood sugar for a short time, one-time no serious damage to the human body. Such as in a State of stress or emotional, highly nervous, transient hyperglycemia; eating large amounts of sugar, transient hyperglycemia can also occur later gradually returned to normal blood glucose levels. However long-term high blood sugar will all happen tissues and organs of the body, and lead to the occurrence of acute and chronic complications. Such as pancreatic failure, dehydration, electrolyte disorders, nutritional deficiencies, reduced immunity, kidney damage, nerve lesions, ocular fundus lesions.

Is imperative to control high blood sugar. Human health, with the external environment (such as air, water) and environmental (such as blood, tissue fluid) closely related to the stability. Blood glucose is too high it is undermining the human environment, a series of biochemical and pathological changes, affecting the function of various organs. This shows that sugar should be under a doctor’s supervision, proactive will stabilize blood sugar at normal levels to prevent or delay the onset of complications.

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  1. C. LOWE says



  2. ACox says

    My Dr gave me the Janumet coupon in January. Wal-Greens will not file on the coupon till my deductable is met . This Med is $ 200. copay I can not afford this. Wal-greens filed it on the coupon card once in March, and co-pay was $58.68 then I went to get a refil for April and they wont file on the coupon until deductable is met. When I ask Why they would do it one month and not another I got the answer that they wont file on coupon until deductable is met? I dont know what to do. I have 8 pills left Any assistance or suggestions is very welcome .

  3. Mike Pfeil says

    I got a card last year from my MD. Before I got it, my copay with my insurance was $66/month. After my 12 prescriptions were used I asked for another one. My MD gave me one. I called the number on the card and I was told I could have only one card a lifetime. Now my copay is $78/month. I have another discount card with another company for a different drug and my MD gave me another card and I called it in and it was granted. Sure could use Merck’s help. I am on multiple meds for BP, Cholesterol, and NIDDM II. Thanks.

  4. Jim says

    My have APWU for insurance. They do not take coupons. Do you have a program called Direct Member Reimbursement? I pay $201.00 for a 90 day supply. I am retired and on a fixed income. I do not qualify for Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid. I pay for my own insurance. Is there any help that I can get for this prescription?

  5. Linda says


    I asked around and there are churches that can help with your meds, there are also medical supply houses that can help, for instance we have LIKS in South Carolina and it pays for what I can’t pay. I pay most of the prescription and they pay the other 98 dollars for me. Maybe you have similar programs in your area?

  6. Elizabeth haberland says

    I had coupon for janumet 100/1000 was paying 216.00 now in sept 2014 price went up to 239.00 januvia100mg 259.00 getting to expensive to pay for.these prices to high my Dr. Said I need to be on it.

  7. Debby says

    Are you kidding me? Seems Drs. all over are prescribing Janumet 100/1000 but it’s too expensive for anyone to go on it. My Dr. prescribed it, but even with insurance the Target Pharmacy wants $347.24 for a one month supply. That’s more than my new car payment ! ! ! Came to this website per the Pharmacy’s suggestion for a Free Trial Offer Coupon and can’t even get that. Who can afford this? My Dr. also gave me 3 other choices all about the same price for a one month supply. I had to refuse them all. I guess I won’t be taking any of them. In other words. . . pay the price or you die? WOW… what a concept ! ! ! What a Wonderful world we live in!

  8. christie shutt says

    We have used all allowed fir the $5.00 copay for my husband’s janumet xr. Now I have to pay from 66-100 each month. We can’t afford all this even with insurance. Is there another coupon to lower the cost if not we will switch. But this really helps my husband. Thank you

  9. Janice Wintermeyer says

    My son is one Janumet XR. It costs him over 300 a month. His insurance doesn’t pay for medications. Anyway he can get some help with this. He had a card but he used all that was allowed and the Dr. gave him another one. It stated he wasn’t eligible and we tried calling and weren’t able to get through. He is on a fixed income and disabled. Thanks for anything you can do.

  10. Kimberley Travis says

    these coupons are a joke, my mother is on Medicare and is prescribed this medication. It cost her over $200.00 today, if she don’t take it she will die of high blood sugars. She has two different insurances Medicare and United Health Care F. Guess she won’t be buying her meds as she cannot afford them. These coupons don’t work for those on Medicade

    • admin says

      Yes. Patient must have private insurance. Not valid for uninsured patients or patients covered under Medicaid, Medicare, a Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage plan (regardless of whether a specific prescription is covered), TRICARE, CHAMPUS, Puerto Rico Government Health Insurance Plan (“Healthcare Reform”), or any other state or federal medical or pharmaceutical benefit program or pharmaceutical assistance program (collectively, “Government Programs”).

  11. Asusena Moreno says

    I have no insurance and was just laid off, I need some assistance to get my medication Janument XR.
    I have tried all your websites and they all say not available at this time

  12. Steven says

    Seeing as there was a price increase to purchase the prescription is the plans to increase the max amount the coupon will cover

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