Eliquis Coupons & Assistance Programs

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Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: September 15, 2022

Prescription medication can be a huge expense each month, and a lot of people simply cannot afford it. Eliquis is a medication that is a necessity for many people. Lack of funds should never be the reason that people cannot have the medication they need in order to live a more fulfilling life. The Rx Advocates are here to do our part to help people purchase their monthly medication at a much more affordable price. We help people save money on their medications through programs called patient assistance programs.

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Cost Using The Rx Advocates

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30-Day Supply

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Estimated Retail Price*

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One Dose Pack

* Source: GoodRX.com


Who are The Rx Advocates?

The Rx Advocates offers help with obtaining medications at affordable prices through patient assistance programs. We are recognized as a national prescription advocacy program. Currently, we work with more than 100 United States-based pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs. Our medication lists include the top 100 medications prescribed by doctors in the United States for the most common illnesses. We are happy to be able to assist people in obtaining at affordable prices more than 800 FDA-approved medications.


Patients working with The Rx Advocates never encounter or are surprised by hidden costs or unexpected additional fees. Patients pay a set service fee between $70-$100 per month, depending on the number of prescription medications needed. Upon approval for the program, patients’ medications will be provided to them at no additional cost.


It is important to know that The Rx Advocates is not a coupon, insurance plan, or prescription discount card. We assist patients with getting medications they need in order to be healthy and live a fulfilling life. We help patients pay affordable prices for their medications.

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Do I Qualify for Eliquis Patient
Assistance with The Rx Advocates?

The following criteria must be met to qualify for most patient assistance programs:

  • Individuals must earn up to $40,000 annually 
  • Couples must earn up to $60,000 annually
  • Large families must earn up to $100,000 annually

Criteria to qualify varies from program to program. Please contact us so that we can determine your individual case.

Eliquis Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions

Eliquis (Apixaban) is used to treat people with atrial fibrillation who do not have a heart valve replacement. Eliquis is also used for the secondary prevention of clots in people who have previously had a blood clot.


Eliquis reduces the risk of blood clots, including deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE), and stroke (cerebral vascular accident, CVA).


Atrial Fibrillation is an irregular heartbeat of the left atrial chamber of the heart where it beats too fast. People with atrial fibrillation have a five times greater risk of having a stroke than people without atrial fibrillation. Common symptoms are:


  • Chest pain
  • Heart palpitations 
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Fatigue
  • Lightheadedness 
  • Shortness of breath

Atrial fibrillation is not to be taken lightly. If people notice they have these symptoms, they should see their doctor immediately. Not seeking treatment can lead to blood clots, permanent damage, and even death. 


Patients that are prescribed Eliquis may need to stop taking this drug if they are scheduled for surgery. Eliquis is an anticoagulant, meaning it slows down the amount of time it takes a clot to form in the blood. Therefore, ask your prescribing doctor if and for how long you need to stop Eliquis before and after surgery.


In multiple clinical trials, Eliquis (Apixaban) has been proven effective in treating people with a high risk of a clot.

There are several anticoagulants available for people with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation or other clotting disorders, including:


As of September 2022, the average retail cost of Eliquis is $622.72.

The cost of Eliquis is based on the following:

  • The dosage that is prescribed by the doctor
  • The location in which the patient lives
  • The pharmacy’s location
  • Whether or not the patient has health insurance that covers prescriptions

This medication comes in tablet form in the strength of 2.5 mg or 5 mg.

We can do much better than a coupon. We do not offer coupons. We can help people save much more than that. With our services, people will never pay more than $70-$100 per month. We do all the hard work to help people get started with our program. It is important for people to know that coupons do save but they still leave you with spending too much money on prescription medication.

There are many different names for prescription drug coupons such as:


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

Pharmaceutical companies fund programs to help lower the costs of prescription medication for patients. While this does lower the costs some, these coupons certainly have their limitations such as:


  • They are only for a limited time, while patients are on their medication for a long period of time.
  • Some coupons are only for the initial prescription and only cover the first month and not subsequent months. 
  • Patients will have to leave their homes when they are not well and present their coupons to the pharmacy themselves.
  • Patients on Medicare and Medicaid cannot use these coupons

Prescription discount cards are cards that people can use to help them pay less for their medications. These cards are most useful for people who pay cash for their medications. These cards do not cost anything. They are available for people who have health insurance and for people who do not. 


There are many savings programs that negotiate to help lower costs of medications such as Eliquis. People are able to use these prescription discount cards to lower the cost of their prescription medication. Many people benefit from prescription discount cards. 

Copay assistance programs are there to help people with health insurance. They help offset the cost of the copay for prescription medications. These programs are not for people who do not have health insurance and have to pay out of pocket for their medication.

These programs are for brand name medications. These programs encourage patients and doctors to choose the brand name over the generic versions. An example of how this works is:  A patient may have a choice between a brand name costing $1,000 and a generic costing $100. Under their insurance plan, their copay may be $20 for either one. However, with a copay assistance program, the pharmaceutical companies make much more money on brand name medications. They have made it more appealing to the patient by covering the patient’s prescription copay of $20. The patient’s insurance company is responsible for the remaining $980.

Get Eliquis Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

We work with many patient assistance programs to ensure that people receive their medications each month at an affordable low cost. Because of this, we are able to ensure a set fee for medications. This eliminates the need for patients to search for short-term coupons for medications like Eliquis. 


Patient assistance programs are beneficial to people with or without health insurance. They help people get brand name medications without having to spend hundreds and thousands of dollars for them. 


Would you like to learn more about how The Rx Advocates can assist you to save hundreds and thousands of dollars for brand name prescription medications? We are here to assist you! We can check to see if you are eligible and get you started on our program as soon as possible. Please contact us to learn more right away! 

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