Breo Ellipta Coupons & Assistance Programs

Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: August 1, 2021

Medications can be very costly without the help of coupons, savings, or discounts. Breo Ellipta is a medication needed by many people. Many people do not have the funds to pay for this medication out of pocket. At The Rx Advocates, we want to do our part to make medication affordable for people.

People should never have to worry or feel stress about affording the medication needed to live a quality life. With help from The Rx Advocates, we help people save money on their medications through programs called patient assistance programs.

Estimated Retail Price*

30-Day Supply
$60.00/month

Estimated Retail Price*

One Dose Pack
$351.70/month

* Source: GoodRX.com

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Who are The Rx Advocates?

The Rx Advocates offers help to people with obtaining medication through patient assistance programs for patients. We are a recognized prescription advocacy program that is recognized nationally. We currently work with more than 100 United States-based pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs. The medications that we assist people in purchasing monthly include the top 100 medications prescribed in the United States. We are able to help people pay for more than 800 FDA-approved medications. 

Patients working with The Rx Advocates never have to pay any hidden fees for our services or medication. We charge a service fee of $60-$90 dollars a month; the cost is dependent on the amount of medication we assist people in purchasing. The medications are provided free of charge every month. 

The Rx Advocates, is NOT a prescription discount card, insurance plan or coupon. We help people to be able to afford to purchase their medication that they need to have in order to live a quality life. When patients work with us, they find that we take the stress out of their life. No more worrying about whether they can afford their medications. 

Do I Qualify for Breo Ellipta Patient
Assistance with The Rx Advocates?

Many people do not know if they qualify for Patient Assistance with The Rx Advocates. The following is the criteria for qualifying for Patient Assistance:
  • Individuals whose annual income is up to $40,000.
  • Couples whose annual income is up to $60,000.
  • Large families whose income is up to $100,000.
The guidelines for each program may differ. We will need to evaluate each person’s situation. If you are interested in receiving help from The Rx Advocates please contact us.

Breo Ellipta Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions

Breo Ellipta (fluticasone furoate 100 mcg and vilanterol 25 mcg inhalation powder) is a medication used to treat asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Currently, there is no generic medication for Breo Ellipta.  

This medication is approved for adults ages 18 and over. It is for people who need both an ICS (inhaled corticosteroid) and a LABA (long-acting beta2 adrenergic agonist). 

In patients with asthma, LABA medications increase the risk of asthma-related deaths unless administered along with an ICS. Your prescribing doctor should evaluate the need for continued usage of a LABA at regular intervals.

Breo should not be used for sudden breathing problems and does not replace a rescue inhaler.

Trelegy is an alternative to Breo that contains the same medications plus a third, called umeclidinium. It is also FDA approved to treat asthma and COPD in adults. 

Umeclidinium is a long-acting muscarinic agonist (LAMA). The addition of a third agent may make Trelegy more effective in certain people with more severe asthma or COPD.

Similar to Breo, Trelegy is also a long-term maintenance medication that should not be used to treat sudden breathing problems and cannot replace rescue inhalers. 

As of April 2021, people can expect to pay between $250 to $531 for a month’s supply of Breo. This medication comes in the form of an inhaler that contains a blister pack with 30 doses, enough for 30 days.

Many people would have difficulty paying this amount monthly. People who can benefit from taking Breo should be able to purchase this medication at a more affordable price. Their quality of life is dependent on this medication. Price should never be the reason that people do not take medication that can help them enjoy their life.

Breo coupons do save people some money, however; they do not save people enough money. Many people search the Internet for Breo coupons when their doctor prescribes them this medicine because it is very expensive. People find out quickly that coupons do not really save them the money that they really need to be saved.  

People using Breo coupons still pay hundreds of dollars for prescription medications out of pocket each month. For example, as of January 2021 a person who uses a Walmart Coupon for Breo will still pay as much as $304.74. By using The Rx Advocate program people will never pay more than $60-$90 per month for medication. This is why so many people come to us for assistance in obtaining their medication. We are more cost-effective than coupons.

There are other names for Prescription drug coupons such as, copay cards, copay coupons, copay assistance programs, and pharmacy coupons. 

These coupons represent a program funded by the pharmaceutical company. They help to lower the cost of people’s out of pocket expenses for medication. However, these coupons have their limitations such as the following:  

  • Coupons are for a limited time only. They usually expire so the savings are not continuous. They may help to get people started on their medications but their savings do not continue from month to month.
  • Some coupons only cover the first prescription; not the refills for each month.
  • Patients will need to go to the store to present their coupon and pick up their medication.

A prescription discount card is a card that helps people to pay lower costs for their medications. These discount cards are most beneficial to people who have to pay cash for their medications. These prescription discount cards do not cost any money and they are available to people with and without health insurance.

There are various savings programs that agree on a lower price on drugs like Breo. Prescription Discount Cards help people to purchase their medications at lower prices.

Copay assistance programs or copay coupons help people who have health insurance to pay the copay for their prescription medication. Sometimes copays can still be very expensive. These copay coupons can be very helpful to people. These programs are not for people who do not have health insurance.

Brand-name medications offer copay assistance programs and/or coupons as a way to encourage providers and patients to choose them over the generic version of the medications. Here is an example of how this works.

A patient may have a choice between a $1,200 brand-name medication or a $100 generic medication. Their insurance plan’s copay would be $20 no matter which one they choose. People with a copay assistance program helps the pharmaceutical company make a lot more money on the brand name drug. The copay assistance program has made it more appealing to the patient by covering their copay. Their insurance company still has to pay the remaining $1,180 for the drug.

Get Breo Ellipta Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

At The Rx Advocates, our purpose and mission are to help people have access to the medication they need at an affordable monthly price. That is the reason we work with so many patient assistance programs. Those efforts have simplified the process of getting discounts and removed the need for short-term drug coupons for medications like Breo Ellipta. We know that short-term drug coupons do not help provide medication from month to month. People need to know that their medications can be paid for at an affordable price for subsequent months.

Patient assistance programs are very helpful to people with and without insurance. These programs make it possible for people to have access to the medications they need without having to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on them. 

Would you like to learn more about how The Rx Advocates can help you better afford your monthly medications? We are here to help. We can check to see if you are qualified and get you started on our program right away. Please contact us for assistance.

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