PLEASE NOTE: Prescription medication costs can differ among pharmacies. All participating pharmacies will give you the best price available - whether it be the FamilyWize price, the insurance price or the pharmacy price.
Co-Pay Assistance and Trial Offers
Janumet XR Offer
Patients pay as little as $5 per prescription
For most patients with commercial insurance, .
Terms and conditions apply
Janumet XR Offer
Patients pay as little as $5 per prescription The coupon is valid for up to $150 off your out-of-pocket cost on each of up to 12 qualifying prescriptions for JANUVIA, JANUMET XR, or JANUMET up to a 90-day supply per prescription fill. The coupon may be redeemed only once every 21 days
For most patients with commercial insurance
Absent a change in Massachusetts law, effective January 1, 2020, the coupon will no longer be valid for residents of Massachusetts. Void where prohibited by law, taxed, or restricted.
Patients must be 18 years of age or older
How To Use This Program
Visit the offer page to fill out an online form.
Mail Offer Available: Present this activated coupon and your insurance card with a valid signed prescription at any participating eligible retail or mail-order pharmacy (certain restrictions apply).If you are unable to redeem this coupon at your eligible retail or mail-order pharmacy, please keep your receipt and call McKesson Corporation at 855‑262‑5358 within 30 days of purchase to request a Direct Member Reimbursement (DMR) form.
Patients receive a free 30-day trial supply Limit 1 voucher per product per patient for the duration of the program. Patients who have previously redeemed any voucher for JANUVIA, JANUMET XR, or JANUMET are not eligible to redeem the voucher for that product. Free trial offer is valid only for up to 60 tablets of JANUMET XR. No purchase is necessary. Refills are not required.
Absent a change in Massachusetts law, effective July 1, 2019, the voucher will no longer be valid for residents of Massachusetts.
The quantity is a typical 30 day supply. In most cases, this is appropriate if you have been prescribed a 30 day supply. In many other cases, changing this quantity may not be appropriate.
The quantity of some medications is represented as a weight, a volume, or a number of doses. Examples could include inhalers, creams, liquids or anything in a blister pack. Generally, these are NOT subdivisible, and changing the quantity in the drug search will result in a price for a quantity that cannot be sold at a pharmacy. A good comparison might be trying to purchase a single egg at a grocery store - they are only sold in cartons of specific quantities. If you have any question, please consult your pharmacist or contact FamilyWize for further clarification.
By clicking Continue you understand that your quantity may not accurately reflect the price of the prescription medication.
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