Combigan Coupons & Assistance Programs
Medications can be very expensive when a patient without insurance is paying cash prices, without discounts or coupons. Combigan is a medication that many people need, but the monthly cost can be too much for them to afford. People should be able to afford the medicine they need, and we at The Rx Advocates want to help with that.
People are forced to choose not to get their medicine because of cost, and this simply should not have to happen. At The Rx Advocates, our goal is to show people that they have other options available to them. Through our patient assistance programs, we want to help them save on the cost of their medications each month.
Cost Using The Rx Advocates
Estimated Retail Price*
One Dose Pack
Who are The Rx Advocates?
The Rx Advocates is a nationally recognized patient advocacy group. We have over 100 US-based pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs that we work with. Through the help of these programs, we are able to help patients get a discount on more than 800 FDA-approved medications.
We at The Rx Advocates can assure patients that there will never be any hidden fees or additional costs when they work with us. There is a service fee each month with a price range from $60-$90. This price is dependent on the number of medications a patient needs help with. When this is paid, medications are free of charge. There will be no additional charges.
At The Rx Advocates, we are NOT an insurance company and do NOT provide insurance. We also do not provide a prescription discount card or coupons for medicines. Our intention is to assist patients in getting the medications they need to stay healthy. Patients will find that working with us will make their medications more affordable.
Do I Qualify for Combigan Patient
Assistance with The Rx Advocates?
Most of the time, patient assistance programs have requirements that have to be met before a patient can qualify for the program. To qualify, the patient should be one of the following:
- An individual who earns up to $40,000 annually.
- A couple who earns up to $60,000 annually.
- A large family that earns up to $100,000 annually.
Conditions may vary depending on the program. We ask that patients contact us so we can individually evaluate their circumstances.
Combigan Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions
Combigan is an eye drop available by prescription used to treat increased eye pressure in glaucoma patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension. These eye drops are a 0.2%/0.5% combination ophthalmic solution of brimonidine and timolol maleate. They lower elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) in patients who need glaucoma treatment that cannot be managed with only one medication.
There are some warnings patients should know about before they take Combigan. This should not be used by anyone with a history of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or asthma unless directed by a healthcare professional. Anyone with slow heartbeats, a serious heart condition, or severe heart failure may also need to refrain from using this. Children under 2 years old should not use Combigan.
Combigan eye drops are effective in treating increased eye pressure. The FDA has not approved a generic form of this medicine. Pregnant and nursing mothers should talk to their doctor before using this medicine.
There are 8 alternative medications to Combigan approved to treat high eye pressure in the glaucoma patients. Those are:
As of August 2021, the average retail cost of Combigan is $238.31.
The cost of Combigan can be dependent on different factors. Some of those include:
- Location of the pharmacy
- Dosage of the medicine
- Location of the patient
- If the patient has insurance
This is medication is available in three quantities: 5, 10, or 15 milliliters.
While we do not offer our patients Combigan coupons, we think it is helpful to explain how a coupon works. Because this medicine can be very expensive to pay for out-of-pocket, many people seek out Combigan coupons online with the hopes of finding a discount. Oftentimes, these coupons do not offer enough of a discount to make a big difference.
A Combigan coupon can often leave a patient with a lot to pay, even after it is applied, no matter what amount of money it saves them. For example, a coupon for Combigan from CVS Pharmacy would save the patient some money but still leave them paying around $200 a month.
Prescription drug coupons can go by different names. They can sometimes be referred to as:
- Pharmacy coupons
- Copay Coupons
- Copay assistance coupons
- Copay cards
Pharmaceutical companies are often the ones who financially support these types of programs. They want to lessen the amount a patient has to pay out-of-pocket. While this sounds like a good thing, these coupons or programs usually have restrictions. Some of those could be:
- Most coupons are only valid for a specific timeframe. The patient can get a lower cost for a time, but when the coupon expires, those savings will end.
- Many times, coupons are good for the first time a prescription is filled and not for subsequent refills.
- Many pharmacies require the coupons to be presented in person. Likewise, the patient is usually required to pick the medicine up in person.
Patients can get their medications at a lower cost with a prescription discount card. These are especially helpful to patients who pay the cash price for their medicine. These can be used by anyone, whether they have insurance or not. There is no cost for these cards.
Many savings programs can negotiate discounts for patients on medicines like Combigan. Many patients use prescription discount cards to get lower prices on their monthly medicines.
Patients with health insurance have copays associated with buying their medications. Copay assistance programs, or copay coupons, help patients offset their prescription copay. These programs are not for patients who pay the cash price for their medications.
The manufacturers of brand-name medications often want to encourage providers and patients to choose their product over a generic alternative so they will offer these programs.
This is an example of how it works:
A patient is prescribed a medicine whose brand name costs $800. The generic of that medicine costs $120. With the insurance coverage, the patient has a copay of $20, no matter which medicine they get. When they use a copay assistance program, the pharmaceutical company will make brand-name medicine more attractive to the patient. They do this by paying their copay, leaving the $780 left for the insurance to pay.
Get Combigan Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates
At The Rx Advocates, we know that it can be difficult for people to pay for their medications. We see the rising costs of medicine every day, and we want to help patients better afford their needed medications. A lot of people do not know about patient assistance programs or the discounts they can provide.
Anyone who takes monthly medications can benefit from this program. This program is even helpful to those with insurance. Patients can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars a month on their medicine.
Do you want to know more about how The Rx Advocates can help you save money on your monthly medications? We are here to help you. We will see if you are eligible and get you started on our program right away. Please contact us for assistance.