Brilinta Coupon & Patient Assistance Programs

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Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: February 14, 2023

Are you struggling to afford your Brilinta prescription? Prescription medications like Brilinta can be prohibitively expensive, making it difficult for patients to afford them even when they use discounts like a Brilinta coupon or savings card. At The Rx Advocates, we understand the challenges of paying for prescription medications and are here to help. While we don’t offer coupons, we provide access to assistance programs to help patients save even more on their prescription medications. 

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Brilinta Cost

(using The Rx Advocates)

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30-Day Supply

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Brilinta Price

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Getting access to Brilinta patient assistance programs

The Rx Advocates provide people assistance with receiving their monthly medications through patient assistance programs. We are a nationally accepted prescription advocacy program. We partnered with more than 100 United States pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs. The medications we can provide assistance which include the top 100 prescribed medications in the United States. We assist people with receiving more than 800 FDA-approved medications.

When people sign up with The Rx Advocates, they will never receive any extra charges for our services. We have no additional fees or hidden costs. There is a set service fee between $70-$100. The price patients are charged is dependent on the number of medications they need to obtain through our services.

It is important to know that The Rx Advocates is not a prescription discount card, coupon, or insurance plan. We aid people with receiving their monthly medications at an affordable price. Everybody deserves to obtain the medication needed so they can stay healthy and live a quality life both mentally and physically.

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How much does Brilinta cost?

As of September 2022, the average retail cost of Brilinta is $510.72.

The price of Brilinta is dependent upon the following factors:

  • The amount of the dosage
  • The location of the patient
  • The location of the pharmacy
  • Whether or not the patient has health insurance.

The two dosage amounts for this medication are 60 mg and 90mg.

The limitations of a Brilinta Coupon

There are several reasons why a Brilinta coupon may not be the best long-term option for saving money on your prescription medication. Here are three key things to consider:

Limited duration: Brilinta coupons may only be available for a limited time, meaning you’ll need to find a new coupon or pay full price once the offer expires.

Limited coverage: Some Brilinta coupons may only cover a portion of the cost, leaving you with a significant out-of-pocket expense.

Limited availability: Brilinta coupons may not be available to all patients or may only apply to a specific number of refills, making it challenging to obtain the savings you need over the long term.

In contrast, patient assistance programs can provide more substantial savings over the long term, with no expiration date or limitations on coverage. The Rx Advocates provides access to these programs for more than 800 FDA-approved medications, including Brilinta. Contact us today to learn more about how our patient assistance programs can help you save on your prescription medication.

How to qualify for Brilinta patient assistance?

The following are the guidelines for qualifying to receive assistance for most patient assistance programs:

  • Annually individuals cannot exceed incomes of $40,000.
  • Annually couples must not exceed incomes of $60,000.
  • Annually large families cannot exceed incomes of $100,000.

Some program assistance program guidelines may differ some from these. Please contact us so that we can review your specific information.

Brilinta coupon & patient assistance FAQ's

Brilinta is a medication for adults who have had a heart attack (myocardial infarction) or acute coronary syndrome. It is used to help prevent cardiovascular events from occurring, including another heart attack, a stroke, and cardiovascular death. Brilinta can also be used in people who have received stents to reduce the risk of clots.

Brilinta works similar to aspirin by helping to prevent platelets from reacting and forming new clots, Brilinta must be taken along with aspirin 75-100 mg daily. Doses of aspirin greater than 100 mg decrease the effectiveness of Brilinta.

Patients who suffered a heart attack 12 months ago or less should take 90 mg twice daily plus 81 mg aspirin. Patients who suffered a heart attack more than 12 months ago should take 60 mg twice daily plus 81 mg aspirin.

The following is important safety information for people considering taking this medication:

  • Do not stop taking Brilinta without consulting with the doctor who prescribed it.
  • If you have been treated with a stent, stopping Brilinta too soon increases your risk of cardiovascular events like heart attack
  • Do not stop Brilinta because of bleeding side effects without talking with your doctor first.
  • Tell your doctor, dentists, and other medical professionals that you are taking Brilinta.
  • Take aspirin and Brilinta exactly how your doctor has prescribed it. 
  • Inform your doctor if you are taking other medications that contain aspirin or other NSAID medications like ibuprofen and naproxen.

There are a few alternatives that are FDA-approved that will help prevent another heart attack:

The Rx Advocates do not offer coupons. We still want you to know how coupons work. When people are prescribed Brilinta, they may search on the Internet for a coupon to help them pay any out-of-pocket expenses for this medication. Most people cannot afford this monthly prescription medication. They find out quickly that coupons do not offer the kind of savings needed and they do not make that much of a difference in the cost. 

Brilinta coupons may save people some money, but they leave people still paying hundreds or more out of pocket.

Prescription drug coupons are also called the following: copay cards, copay coupons, copay assistance programs, and pharmacy coupons. Prescription drug coupons represent programs that have been funded by pharmaceutical companies to help lower the amount of money patients pay out of pocket for their prescriptions. While this sounds like a good idea, these coupons often have the following limitations:

  • Coupons are only for a certain amount of time. They help patients get started on their medication at a lower cost but the savings do not continue.
  • Most coupons do not cover subsequent months, they only help lower the cost for the first month supply.
  • Patients will need to go to the pharmacy to present their coupons.

Copay assistance programs help people to pay the cost of their copay for prescriptions for those who have health insurance. These programs are not for patients who would have to pay out of pocket for their medications. 

There are many brand-name medications that offer this type of assistance as a way to encourage providers and patients to choose them over their generic version. Here is an example of how copay assistance programs work: A patient may have a choice between an $800 brand name medication and an $80 generic medication. Under their insurance plan, their copay may be $30 for either choice. However, with the copay assistance program, the pharmaceutical company makes much more money when they choose the brand-name drug. So why not go with the brand-name drug? So the patient gets their copay paid and the health insurance company still has to pay the remaining.

Get Brilinta Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

Our mission at The Rx Advocates is to assist patients in obtaining their monthly prescriptions at an affordable price. We understand that prescription medication can be very expensive to pay for monthly. There are many patient assistance programs available that offer discounts that many people do not realize are available. 

Patient assistance programs are helpful to people with health insurance and without health insurance. They make it possible for people to obtain their medication at an affordable price each month. At The Rx Advocates, people who need only one medication can receive that medication at a set price of $70, for two medications the set price is $80, for three medications the set price is $90, and 4+ medications for a set price of $100. Patients know what they will pay each month, there are no hidden costs or extra charges.

Please contact us for more information on our services. We can check to see if you qualify and get you started right away.

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