Lumigan Coupons & Assistance Programs

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Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: October 12, 2021

Buying medications out-of-pocket can be very expensive if there are no coupons or discounts applied to the cost. Lumigan is a medication that can be very pricey, but some people need to use it. People should be able to take the medicine they need, and we at The Rx Advocates want to help people better afford those medications. 

A patient should never have to choose between buying their medicine or not because it is too expensive. At The Rx Advocates, we aim to help people save money on their monthly medications. This is done through 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

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Who are The Rx Advocates?

The Rx Advocates helps patients get needed medications with patient assistance programs. Our patient advocacy program is recognized on a national level.  Our program works with over 100 pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs that are based in the United States. We can help people get more than 800 medications through these programs, all approved by the FDA. 

Patients can be confident that there will never be additional costs or hidden fees when they work with The Rx Advocates. There is a service fee that patients will pay that ranges from $60-$90 each month. This depends on how many medications they need help with. Medications are provided free of charge every month with no additional charges

At The Rx Advocates, we do NOT provide patients with insurance, medicine coupons, or a prescription discount card. Our objective is to help patients get whatever their needed medications are to keep them healthy and safe. Patients will discover that getting their medications is much easier to pay for when they work with us.

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

Many patient assistance programs have certain criteria before a patient can qualify for it. Those are the following:

  • Individuals who earn up to $40,000 annually may qualify. 
  • Couples who earn up to $60,000 annually may qualify. 
  • Large families who earn up to $100,000 annually may qualify.

Each program may have different conditions depending on the program. We ask that you contact us so we can assess your situation. 

Lumigan Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions

Lumigan (bimatoprost) is a prescription eye drop used to treat certain types of glaucoma, specifically open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension. It lowers high pressure in the eye by increasing fluid drainage. 

It can also be used to increase the length and thickness of eyelashes. When treatment for this is stopped, the eyelashes return to normal length after a few months.

There are some precautions to consider before taking Lumigan. Lumigan should not be used while the patient has contact lenses in. They should wait a minimum of 15 minutes after usage to put contacts back in their eyes. 

Another precaution is that Lumigan could gradually change the color of the eyes, eyelids or lashes from light to dark. This process is slow and gradual and may not be noticed for months or years. The color change is permanent.

Lumigan is an effective glaucoma eye drop medication. There are currently no approved generic forms of Lumigan. This has not been approved for patients under the age of 16.

There are currently 8 other medications approved to treat high pressure in the eyes. Those are: 

As of August 2021, the average retail cost of Lumigan is $263.05.

There are different factors that can determine the cost of Lumigan. These are: 

  • Dosage
  • Patient location
  • Pharmacy location
  • If the patient is a cash-paying customer or has insurance 

This medication is available as a 0.01% ophthalmic solution in three different quantities: 2.5 milliliters, 5 milliliters and 7.5 milliliters.

We do not offer coupons for Lumigan but think it would be helpful to explain how one works. Many times, a patient will search for a Lumigan coupon on the internet, hoping to receive a discount because this medicine is expensive for those who have to pay out-of-pocket. However, coupons often do not make much of a difference. 

Typically, a coupon for Lumigan will still leave a patient with a high amount to pay, regardless of saving them some money.

There are different names for prescription drug coupons. These can be:

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

Most of the programs represented by these coupons are financially backed by pharmaceutical companies. Their goal is to lower out-of-pocket costs for patients. This might sound like a good idea but there are often boundaries on these coupons. These could include: 

  • Typically, coupons have to be presented to the pharmacy in person. Patients must pick the medicine up in person, as well.
  • Sometimes, these coupons are only valid for the first time the prescription gets filled and not for refills.
  • Coupons usually have an expiration date. This can help a patient begin a medicine at a lower cost but the savings could end if the coupon ends.

A prescription discount card is a way for patients to receive their drugs at a lower cost. People who pay cash for their medications find these most useful. They are available to anyone, regardless of having health insurance and they do not cost anything.

Different savings programs negotiate their discounts on drugs like Lumigan. Patients can receive lower prices through their prescription discount cards.

Copay assistance programs, also called copay coupons, help counterbalance the cost of a prescription copay for patients with health insurance. These are not for people who pay out-of-pocket for their medicine.

This service is often offered by brand-name medications to encourage patients and providers to choose them over a generic alternative. The following is an example of how this works:

A patient might be prescribed a brand-name medicine that costs $700 with a generic version that costs $50. With their insurance plan, they have a copay of $20 for either medicine. With a copay assistance program, the pharmaceutical company would make more money on the brand-name drug. They will make that one look more appealing to the patient by covering their copay. The insurance company is left paying the $680 left on that medicine.

Get Lumigan Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

At The Rx Advocates, we want patients to be able to afford their medicine. We see how much medicine costs and we want to help with those costs. Many patients are unaware of the discounts that are offered through patient assistance programs. 

These programs can be very helpful for anyone who is on monthly medicine, even with insurance. They make getting hundreds or thousands of dollars worth of medicine easier and more affordable. 

Would you like to know more about how The Rx Advocates can help you get your monthly medications at a more affordable price? We want to help you. We will check your eligibility and can start you on our program immediately. Please contact us for assistance.

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