Medication Copay Savings Card Programs Reference Guide

SGLT2 and GLP1 copay savings program information compiled in one handy reference guide. Last updated March 10, 2023.
Drug makers sometimes offer discount cards, sometimes called copay savings coupons, that provide a discount on your copy for select drugs. If you are a patient with commercial insurance, like through an employer, you can download the available copay coupon from a manufacturer’s website.
Please note: If you have public insurance coverage, like Medicare, Medicaid, or VA/Tricare, you will not be eligible for most commercial copay savings card programs.
Patients with Medicare Part D and under a certain income level may be eligible for free prescriptions through a drug maker’s Patient Assistance Programs (PAP). Check out our PAP reference guide for individuals with Medicare Part D
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