Edarbyclor Coupons & Assistance Programs

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Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: September 15, 2021

Medicine is a necessity in everyday life for most people, and paying for it can be very costly. This cost gets higher for people who pay out-of-pocket as opposed to having insurance. Sometimes, a discount or a coupon can be helpful, but oftentimes, these do not offer enough discount to matter. Edarbyclor is a vital medication for some people. However, because of the cost, some people will never be able to afford it. At The Rx Advocates, we want to help everyone who needs medication but simply cannot afford it by giving them a way to lower their monthly medicine cost. 

When the time comes to refill medicine, there should never have to be a choice between paying for that or paying one of the other necessary monthly expenses. At The Rx Advocates, our goal is to show people that they can save money on their monthly medications. Our patient assistance programs help customers with lowering their medication costs, thereby saving on their monthly medication budget.

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Cost Using The Rx Advocates

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30-Day Supply
$60.00/month

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Estimated Retail Price*

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One Dose Pack
$220.72/month

* Source: GoodRX.com

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Who are The Rx Advocates?

The Rx Advocates are a nationally recognized patient advocacy group. Our biggest goal is to help our customers get their medications at a more affordable price. Currently, there are over 100 pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs based in the United States that we have knowledge of to help our customers with. These programs are how we can help our customers, who, so far, have saved on more than 800 medications approved by the FDA.

We assure patients that they will never be charged additional fees or hidden charges when they work with us. We do charge an up-front service fee that ranges in price from $60-$90, depending on how many medications a patient needs. After this is paid, medications are free of charge.

We do NOT provide insurance, medicine coupons, or discount cards. However, we do provide a way for our customers to better afford their medicine. Patients will find it much easier to pay for their medications every month when they work with us.

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What are the Qualifications for
Edarbyclor Patient Assistance with The Rx Advocates?

There are usually income restrictions that come with patient assistance programs. To qualify, one of the following must apply:

  • An individual cannot earn more than $40,000
  • A couple cannot earn more than $60,000
  • A large family cannot earn more than $100,000

Restrictions can vary by program. We always suggest that people directly call us to give us the opportunity to assess their qualifications based on individual circumstances.

Edarbyclor Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions

Edarbyclor is a combination medication used to treat high blood pressure. It combines azilsartan and chlorthalidone. These work together to relax blood vessels and flush excess water and sodium from the kidneys.

There are some warnings for Edarbyclor. A patient should talk to their doctor if they have any of the following:

  • Allergy to azilsartan or chlorthalidone
  • Unable to urinate
  • Diabetes
  • Kidney or liver disease 
  • Gout
  • Electrolyte imbalance
  • Heart disease or stroke
  • Dehydration

Edarbyclor is NOT safe to take for a woman who is pregnant. It should not be used while breastfeeding.

Edarbyclor does not have an FDA-approved generic alternative.

There are several alternatives to Edarbyclor to treat high blood pressure. Those include:

As of August 2021, the average retail cost of Edarbyclor is $255.83.

Costs of medications can vary greatly depending on different factors. The Edarbyclor cost could change based on:

  • Pharmacy location
  • Dosage of medication needed
  • Patient location
  • Payment method – insurance or out-of-pocket

This is a month’s supply on the 12.5 mg or the 25 mg dose.

We do not offer coupons for Edarbyclor at The Rx Advocates but want our customers to know how they work. When a patient is prescribed this medication, they might look for a coupon on the internet because it is out of their budget. They may find several that do not offer the discount they really need.

This is the case for many coupons for brand-name medications. A coupon for Edarbyclor will offer little relief, still leaving the patient a good portion to pay out-of-pocket.

Prescription drug coupons are called a few different things. These can include:

  • Pharmacy coupons
  • Copay coupons
  • Copay cards
  • Copay assistance coupons

Pharmaceutical companies will often fund these types of programs. They do it with the idea of wanting to help cash-paying customers have a lower cost for their medication. While this sounds like a good plan, it often comes with restrictions. Those could be:

  • There could be a limit on the number of times the patient is allowed to use the discount.
  • A patient may get unlimited discounts but only until the coupon expires.

Prescription discount cards are one way for patients to save money each month on their medications. These are available, free of charge, for anyone to use, regardless of having insurance. However, they end up being more beneficial to those who do not have insurance.

A savings program is something that could help a patient save money on medicine like Edarbyclor. A monthly program, saving money monthly turns a lot of money saved through the year.

For people who have insurance, they have to pay a copay when they pick up their medicine. To help pay copays, there are copay assistance programs or copay coupons. These programs are not for people who do not have insurance.

These are often recommended by a brand-name medication. They ultimately want people to choose their medication over another or over the generic counterpart. In turn, they make money. The following shows how this works for them:

A doctor could prescribe a patient medicine that costs $480 for the brand name and $40 for the generic version. Having insurance, they will pay the $10 copay for this medication, no matter which one they choose. The company that owns the brand name will offer to pay their copay for them, hoping to make it look like a better choice and make them choose that one. The insurance company would be left paying that company the remaining $470 for the medicine.

Get Edarbyclor Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

At The Rx Advocates, we know it is difficult to juggle the monthly expenses that come with living life. We believe that if people can get medicine more affordable, the pay should be able to. We want to spread the word about our patient assistance programs and show people how they work.

It does not matter if someone has insurance or not; these programs can benefit them. They can save hundreds or thousands of dollars every month using our program, depending on the medications needed.

Do you want additional information about how to save money on your medications with help from The Rx Advocates? We are here to help you. We will check your qualifications and get you started on our program right away. Please contact us for assistance.

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