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Ilevro Coupon & Patient Assistance Programs

Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: September 13, 2021
Are you finding it difficult to pay for your Ilevro prescription? At The Rx Advocates, we realize that without the support of insurance coverage, an Ilevro coupon, savings card, or patient assistance program, managing the costs of Ilevro can seem nearly impossible. That’s why our primary objective is to help ease this burden by facilitating your access to patient assistance programs provided by pharmaceutical companies. These programs often provide larger savings than a typical Ilevro coupon, allowing you to significantly cut down your monthly Ilevro costs, so you can continue to receive the medication you need without undue financial stress.
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Ilevro Cost

(using The Rx Advocates)

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30-Day Supply
$70.00/month

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Ilevro Price

(estimated retail*)

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One Dose Pack
$411.48/month

* Source: GoodRx.com

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Access the Ilevro patient assistance program with the Rx Advocates

Nationally recognized, The Rx Advocates is a patient advocacy group who aims to help people save on the cost of their medications. We currently work with over 100 United States-based pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs. Our patients have saved on more than 800 FDA-approved medicines with the help of programs like these.

When a patient chooses to work with The Rx Advocates, they can be assured that there will be no hidden costs or added fees. There is a monthly service fee that we charge ranging in price from $70-$100. The variation on this fee is dependent on the number of medications the patient needs help with. After the patient pays the service fee, medications are free and there are no other charges.

The Rx Advocates does NOT provide prescription discount cards, insurance, or medicine coupons. We want to help our patients get their medicine at a lower cost. Patients will find their monthly medications more affordable when working with us.

How much does Ilevro cost?

As of January 2024, the average retail cost of is $411.48.

The cost of a medication is determined by different factors. The price of Ilevro can depend on:

  • Where the patient is located
  • Where the pharmacy is located
  • Medication dosage
  • If the patient has insurance or is paying a cash price

The lower range is for a 1.7-milliliter bottle and the higher range is for a 3-milliliter bottle.

Pricing

How much will it cost with The Rx Advocates?

Pricing

How much will it cost with The Rx Advocates?

If approved, by the Ilevro Patient Assistance Program, you’ll be charged a fixed monthly service fee. This fee varies depending on the number of medications you qualify for. For example:

1 Medication

$70 / Month

2 Medications

$80 / Month

3 Medications

$90 / Month

4 Medications

$100 / Month

1 Medication

$70 / Month

2 Medications

$80 / Month

3 Medications

$90 / Month

4 Medications

$100 / Month

NOTE: In addition to our monthly service fee, we charge a one-time enrollment fee of $35. Our service is month-to-month, so if you’re not happy with it, you may cancel at any time.

Am I eligible for Ilevro patient assistance programs?

Many patient assistance programs have conditions that must be met to qualify for their program. Most of the time, one of the following must apply:
  • An individual must make an income below $40,000
  • A couple must make an income below $60,000
  • A large family must make an income below $100,000
Conditions can depend on the program. A patient should contact us directly, so we have an opportunity to assess their individual qualifications.

Ilevro coupon, discounts, & patient assistance FAQ's

Ilevro (nepafenac ophthalmic solution) 0.3% is an eye drop used after cataract surgery. It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory prodrug that treats pain and inflammation

Some warnings come with the usage of Ilevro. A patient should discuss using this drug with their doctor if any of the following apply to them:

  • An allergy to nepafenac, NSAIDs, or any other eye drop.
  • Dry eye syndrome.
  • Bleeding or blood-clotting disorder.
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding.

A patient’s doctor should also be aware of their other medications, especially topical steroids or other NSAIDs.

Anyone wearing soft contact leases should not use Ilevro while wearing their contacts. They should be removed and placed back in the eyes at least 15 minutes after using Ilevro.

Ilevro is an effective eye drop used for pain and inflammation after cataract surgery. The FDA has not approved a generic version of this medication.

Ilevro has several FDA-approved alternatives patients use after cataract surgery. Some of those include:

We do not offer our patients Ilevro coupons but thought it would be helpful to explain how they work. People often seek out Ilevro coupons on the internet because it is an expensive medicine to pay for. They will find that several are offered, but few give the discount people need.

Ilevro coupons often leave the patient paying a large portion of the medical bill, even with the discount.

Prescription drug coupons can be called different things. Those can be:

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

Often, these programs are financially backed by pharmaceutical companies. Their intent is to provide a way for the customer to pay less out-of-pocket for medicine. This sounds like a good idea, but this type of coupon or program often has restrictions. Those can include:

  • Coupon expiration: A patient may initially get a discount, but this might only last for a short time.
  • Coupons have a one-time limit, making good for the first time the prescription is filled and not for subsequent refills.

Patients can get a lower cost on their monthly medications with the help of prescription discount cards. Anyone, with or without insurance, can use them, but they are more beneficial to those who pay the cash price of medicine. These cards can be obtained free of charge.

Patients can usually get discounts on medicines like Ilevro with savings programs. Using them monthly can greatly reduce the cost of their medications.

For patients who have insurance, they know what copays they have each month. Copay assistance programs, or copay coupons, are designed to help insured patients with their copay costs. These are not for uninsured patients.

Brand-name medications often suggest these programs to encourage providers and patients to choose their product over the generic alternative. The following is an example of how this makes them money.

A patient might be prescribed medicine with a brand-name cost of $875 and a generic cost of $55. With their insurance, they have a copay of $20 regardless of which medicine they get. Using the copay assistance program, the pharmaceutical company pays their copay for them. This attracts the patient to their brand-name medicine because it looks like a better option. However, their insurance company has to pay the remaining $855 that is unaccounted for to cover the cost of the medicine.

Get Elmiron Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

At The Rx Advocates, we know how hard it can be to pay for medications every month. It can be exhausting to figure out how to pay for all the expenses without blowing the budget. We want to let people know that we can help. We want to get the word out about patient assistance programs because many people do not know about them or how they work.

Patient assistance programs can be beneficial for anyone, even people who have insurance. Hundreds or even thousands of dollars can be saved every month by using our program.

Would you like more information about how The Rx Advocates can help you save money on your medications? We want to help you. We will check your eligibility and start you on our program right away. Please contact us for assistance.

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