Farxiga Coupon & Patient Assistance Program

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Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: September 3, 2023

Is your Farxiga medication costing you too much? Brandname medications like Farxiga are very expensive, especially when paying out of pocket. Many people who need the medication just can’t afford it without the help of patient assistance programs, a Farxiga coupon, or a savings card. At The Rx Advocates, we help people to receive their medicine at significantly lower and more affordable prices. 

People should never have to go without their medicine because of the cost. The Rx Advocates provides the assistance many people need so they do not have to go without their necessary treatment to live a quality life.

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Farxiga Cost

(using The Rx Advocates)

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30-Day Supply

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Farxiga Price

(estimated retail*)

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One Dose Pack

* Source: GoodRx.com


Accessing a Farxiga Patient Assistance Program with the Rx Advocates

The Rx Advocates is a highly recognized advocacy program that helps people obtain their prescription medications at a more affordable monthly . We work with over 100 patient assistance programs from U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturers, to help individuals save money on their medications. Our assistance covers the top 100 prescribed medicines in the United States and includes over 800 FDA-approved medications. Patients pay a set fee of $70 to a maximum of $100/month depending on the number of medications we assist them in receiving. Here is how our prices are determined:

  • For 1 medication (e.g. Farxiga only) – You’ll pay $70 per month
  • For 2 medications (Farxiga + 1 other) – You’ll pay $80 per month
  • For 3 medications – You’ll pay a set fee of $90/month
  • For 4+ medications – You’ll pay $100/month

Note: The Farxiga price through the RX Advocated will only be $70 per month if it’s the only medication you’re applying for. 
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A Farxiga coupon vs. Farxiga Patient Assistance. Which is better?

Both a Farxiga patient assistance program and a Farxiga coupon are excellent ways for patients to save on their medication, but they work in different ways. A patient assistance program is typically run by the drug manufacturer and provides the medication at no or low cost to those who qualify. It ensures a steady supply of medication by not requiring reapplication every time a refill is needed. A Farxiga coupon, on the other hand, is designed to help lower the out-of-pocket cost at the time of purchase and may be used in conjunction with insurance. In other words, the Farxiga patient assistance program provides a better long-term solution for those who cannot afford their Farxiga prescription.

How much does Farxiga Cost?

As of June 2023, the average retail Farxiga cost was $652.50 for a 30-day supply.

The Farxiga price can vary based on several factors, including:

  • Farxiga Dose: The cost of Farxiga may vary depending on the strength of the medication prescribed to the patient. In this case, the drug is available in 5 mg and 10 mg tablets, and the price may vary based on the amount needed for each Farxiga dose.
  • Location: The cost of Farxiga may also vary based on where the patient is located, as the price of medications can vary from region to region.
  • The location of the pharmacy
  • Insurance Coverage: The price of Farxiga may also be affected by whether the patient has insurance coverage for the medication. If the patient has insurance, the cost may be lower than if they do not have insurance coverage.
NOTE: the Farxiga price listed above may have changed since our last update, and it is always best to check with your pharmacy for the most up-to-date pricing information.


Do I qualify for Farxiga patient assistance?

Typically, people must meet the following guidelines in order to qualify for most patient assistance programs:

  • The annual income for individuals can not exceed $40,000.
  • The annual income for couples can not exceed $60,000.
  • The annual income for large families can not exceed $100,000.
Qualification criteria may differ from one assistance program to another. Please contact us so we can review your information and to determine if you qualify for Farxiga patient assistance.

The Farxiga Savings Card

The FARXIGA SavingsRx Card allows most commercially insured patients to obtain FARXIGA at a cost of $0* per month for as long as their doctor prescribes it, regardless of the dose. Additionally, patients can register to receive text message reminders for savings and prescription refills. To learn more about the Farxiga Savings Card, please visit their website

Farxiga Coupon, discounts, & patient assistance FAQ's

Farxiga (dapagliflozin) is a prescription medication used to treat adults who have type 2 diabetes. Farxiga is used to improve blood sugar control along with diet and exercise.

Farxiga can also be prescribed to reduce the risk of heart failure hospitalization in adults with or without type 2 diabetes and known cardiovascular disease or multiple cardiovascular risk factors.

Farxiga should not be used to treat people with type 1 diabetes or in people experiencing diabetic ketoacidosis, which is a medical emergency.

Do not use Farxiga if you are allergic to dapagliflozin or any ingredients of Farxiga. Do not take this medication if you have severe kidney problems and if you are on dialysis.

Similar medications in the same class as Farxiga include the following: 

As mentioned before we do not offer coupons but it is important to know how they work. Many people will go on the Internet to search for coupons when they are prescribed Farxiga because this medicine is too expensive to pay cash for without any savings. However, they soon find out that coupons do not provide the lasting savings that they will need.

Farxiga coupons help save some money but patients are still left to pay hundreds of dollars or more out of pocket for Farxiga.

Prescription drug coupons go by the following names: copay cards, copay coupons, copay assistance programs, and pharmacy coupons. These cards represent a program that has been funded by the pharmaceutical company to help lessen the cost of prescription medications so that people can receive their treatment. This all sounds great, but these coupons have the following limitations:

  • Coupons usually expire, they are only good for a limited time. They may help patients get started on their prescribed medication but the savings do not last very long.
  • Some coupons are only for the first month’s prescription and do not cover subsequent months.
  • Patients have to go to the pharmacy to pick up their medication and give the coupon to the pharmacist.

Prescription discount cards provide a way for people to obtain lower costs for their prescriptions. These cards are most helpful to people who have to pay cash for their medications. People do not have to pay any money for these discount cards and they are available to people who have insurance and to people who do not have insurance.

Multiple savings programs bargain their drug discounts on medications such as Farxiga. Patients are able to obtain their medicines at lower prices through their prescription discount cards.

Get Farxiga Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

At The Rx Advocates, our mission is to provide patients the assistance they need so they can obtain their monthly prescription medications at an affordable price. We do not want anyone to be forced to not receive the treatment they need just because they do not have money for their medications. Everyone deserves to live a quality life and receive their medications to help them be healthy both physically and mentally. 

Patient assistance programs are helpful for people who have health insurance and people who do not have health insurance. They provide people the opportunity to save hundreds and even thousands of dollars on their monthly medications.

If you would like to learn more about how The Rx Advocates can help you save money each month on your medications, please contact us today. We can review your individual situation and let you know if you qualify for our services.

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