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Prolensa Coupon & Patient Assistance Programs

Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: June 14, 2021

Are you finding it difficult to pay for your Prolensa prescription? Just know, you’re not alone! Many Americans count on this medication to reduce inflammation and pain after cataract surgery, but affording the full Prolensa cost each month can be quite daunting without the help of insurance coverage, a Prolensa coupon, a savings card, or a patient assistance program offered by pharmaceutical companies. The Rx Advocates are committed to assisting as many individuals as possible in accessing and applying to these programs, ensuring they obtain their essential medications at a more affordable price.

You shouldn’t have to sacrifice other crucial aspects of your life to afford the medication you need. The Rx Advocates are here to support you in saving money on the medications you require by guiding you through the process of accessing and applying to patient assistance programs, making the journey simpler and less stressful.

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Prolensa Cost

(using The Rx Advocates)

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30-Day Supply

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Prolensa Price

(estimated retail*)

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Access the Prolensa patient assistance program with the Rx Advocates

The Rx Advocates is a nationally recognized patient advocacy group. We help people save on their medication costs through patient assistance programs. We currently work with more than 100 pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs, all based in the United States. We have helped patients save money on more than 800 medicines approved by the FDA through the help of these programs.

When working with The Rx Advocates, patients can be confident that no additional fees or hidden costs will come up. We do charge a monthly service fee that ranges in price, from $80-$110. This price depends on how many medications a patient needs our help with. After the service fee is paid, medications are free with no addition to all charges.

What we do not do is provide insurance, medicine coupons or a prescription discount card. At The Rx Advocates, our goal is to help patients get the medicine they need at a lower cost. Patients will find that their monthly medication budget is more affordable when they work with us.

Are there any disadvantages to using a Prolensa Coupon?

Prolensa coupons can be helpful in reducing the cost of medication, but there are some limitations to consider:

  1. Insurance Restrictions: Some insurance plans may not accept coupons, or they may have restrictions on the use of coupons. Patients should check with their insurance provider to ensure that they can use the coupon before relying on it to reduce the cost of their medication.
  2. Limited Savings: While coupons can provide significant savings, they may not be enough to bring the cost of medication within an affordable range for some patients. The discount provided by the coupon may only apply to a certain quantity or a limited number of refills, after which patients may be responsible for paying the full price.
  3. Expiration Dates: Coupons are time-limited and may expire before the patient has a chance to use them.
  4. Eligibility Limitations: Some coupons may have restrictions on who can use them or how many times they can be used, making it difficult for patients to rely on them as a long-term solution for managing the cost of their medication.

While coupons may provide temporary relief, patient assistance programs can offer more long-term savings. The Rx Advocates can help you apply to and qualify for these programs, which provide eligible patients with free or low-cost medication.

How much does Prolensa cost?

As of January 2024, the average retail cost of Prolensa is $424.00.

There are different factors to determine the price of Prolensa. Those can include:

  • Medication dosage
  • Pharmacy location
  • Patient location
  • If the patient is paying cash price or has insurance

This medication comes in a 3 ml bottle.


How much will it cost with The Rx Advocates?


How much will it cost with The Rx Advocates?

If approved, by the Prolensa 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

$80 / Month

2 Medications

$90 / Month

3 Medications

$100 / Month

4 Medications

$110 / Month

1 Medication

$80 / Month

2 Medications

$90 / Month

3 Medications

$100 / Month

4 Medications

$110 / 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 Prolensa patient assistance programs?

Patient assistance programs often have conditions before someone can start their program. To qualify, one of these must apply:
  • An annual income below $40,000 for an individual. 
  • An annual income below $60,000 for a couple. 
  • An annual income below $100,00 for a large family.
Conditions can be different depending on the program. We ask patients to get in contact with us to give us an opportunity to evaluate their qualifications.

Prolensa coupon, discounts, & patient assistance FAQ's

Prolensa (bromfenac ophthalmic solution) 0.07% is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) eye drop. It is used after cataract surgery to reduce eye pain and inflammation in the eyes. 

The following patients should contact discuss using Prolensa with their doctor before starting it:

  • Anyone with an allergy to sulfite, aspirin or NSAIDs
  • Anyone with rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes
  • Anyone with a blood-clotting or bleeding disorder
  • Anyone with dry eye syndrome 
  • Anyone who has had multiple eye surgeries in a short time period
  • Anyone who is pregnant or nursing

Prolensa should not be used when a patient is wearing contact lenses. 

Prolensa is an eye drop that eye doctors have found to be effective for patients after surgery. There is no FDA-approved generic version of this eye drop.

There are a handful of alternatives to Prolensa approved by the FDA for patients after having cataract surgery. Those are: 

Even though we do not offer our patients coupons for Prolensa we thought we should explain how those coupons work. A lot of people will look for Prolensa coupons on the internet because it is expensive to pay for it out-of-pocket. They will find several offers, but they do not offer a very significant discount. 

Most of the time, Prolensa coupons leave the patient still paying the bulk of the bill even after the discount is applied. For example, a Costco Pharmacy coupon for Prolensa can save the patient a little bit of money but they would still have to pay over $300 each month.

There can be different names when referring to prescription drug coupons. Those can be:

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

The financial support for these programs often comes from pharmaceutical companies. Their objective is to lower the out-of-pocket cost for the consumer. This sounds like a great plan except these programs or coupons can have some restrictions. Those can include: 

  • Coupons might only be good for the first time the medicine is filled and not for refills. 
  • Pharmacies often require the patient to present the Coupon in person and to pick up their medicine in person. 
  • Coupons usually have an expiration date. They may get a discount when they first start the medicine but that discount might not last.

Prescription discount cards help patients get their medications at a lower cost. While these can be used for anyone, insured or uninsured, they are very helpful to those who pay out-of-pocket. These cards are free of charge.

Savings programs are often able to get discounts on medicines like Prolensa for patients. Patients use these monthly to lower the cost of their medicine.

Health insurance comes with copays when getting medicine. For patients who have insurance, copay assistance programs, also called copay coupons, can help patients with the cost of their copay. These are not for individuals who are uninsured.

To encourage patients and providers to choose their medicine over a generic version, brand-name medications will suggest this program. Here is an example of how they make money on these:

A patient is prescribed medicine that costs $620 for the brand name and $50 for the generic. Their insurance copay is $15, no matter which one they choose. If they use a copay assistance program, the pharmaceutical company will pay the copay, making this look like the better option and leading the patient to choose that medicine. This leaves the insurance company a $605 bill to pay for the remainder of the cost.

Get Prolensa Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

At The Rx Advocates, we understand how difficult paying for medications can be. We know that fitting that cost into a tight budget can be stressful. We are here to help.  Many people do not know how patient assistance programs work or about the discounts they give and we want to spread the word about these programs. 

These programs can help anyone who takes medications monthly, even if they have insurance. There are potentially hundreds or thousands of dollars that can be saved by using our program. 

Do you want 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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