Soliqua 100/33 Coupons & Assistance Programs

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Authored by Nicole Colwell, / Medically Reviewed by Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Last Updated: June 21, 2022

Medication can be costly, especially when someone has to take multiple medicines a day. For someone who does not have insurance, this is a higher expense. There can be a little relief with coupons or discounts, but without these, affording medications every month can become very difficult. Soliqua 100/33 is an important medication for a lot of people, but it is expensive, and they may be unable to purchase it. At The Rx Advocates, we think cost should never have to be the reason for a person to decide not to get their medicine. 

Some people have to choose between buying their medicine and other vital monthly expenses. This should not have to be a choice. We want people to know that there is a way for them to save on their medicine. At The Rx Advocates, the patient assistance programs that we offer can help lower the costs of medications for customers, saving them a lot of money each month on this very needed essential. 

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Soliqua 100/33 Cost

(using The Rx Advocates)

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30-Day Supply

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Soliqua 100/33 Price

(estimated retail*)

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One Dose Pack

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Who are The Rx Advocates?

The Rx Advocates are a patient advocacy group that thrives on helping our customers with getting lower monthly medication costs. We are nationally recognized and work with over 100 pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs, all based in the United States. With the help of these programs, our patients have saved on over 800 FDA-approved medications.

When patients work with us here at The Rx Advocates, they will know that there will not be hidden fees or added charges. We charge a monthly service fee, ranging in price from $70-$100. This number depends on the number of medications needed. All medicines are free of charge after the service charge is paid.

While we do not provide discount cards, medicine coupons, or insurance at The Rx Advocates, we do give our customers an avenue to getting their medications at a lower cost. Patients will find that working with us, they will save money every month.

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What are the Qualifications for
Soliqua 100/33 Patient Assistance with The Rx Advocates?

Patient assistance programs often come with restrictions on who can use their service. Some of those might be:

  • Individuals cannot earn an income of more than $40,000
  • Couples cannot earn an income of more than $60,000
  • A large family cannot earn an income of more than $100,000

Because every program is different and can have different conditions, we recommend people to contact us directly. In doing this, we can look at their circumstances to determine their qualifications.

Soliqua 100/33 Prescription Discounts:
Frequently Asked Questions

Soliqua 100/33 is an injectable medication used in adults with type 2 diabetes. It contains two different diabetes medications: insulin glargine (100 units/mL) and lixisenatide (33 mcg/mL). It helps improve blood sugar when used in combination with diet and exercise.

A patient’s doctor should be aware of any of the following before they use Soliqua 100/33:

  • An allergy to insulin or lixisenatide
  • Low blood sugar episodes
  • Use of a short-acting mealtime insulin
  • Use of lixisenatide or a similar medicine
  • History of pancreatitis or gallstones
  • Alcoholism
  • Digestion problems
  • Low potassium levels

Soliqua 100/33 effectively treats type 2 diabetes in adults over the age of 18. There is no approved generic version of this medicine.

There are a few alternatives approved by the FDA that treat type 2 diabetes. Some of those are:

As of September 2022, the average retail cost of Soliqua 100/33 is $961.88.

There are different things that help determine the cost of medication. The cost of Soliqua 100/33 can depend on the following:

  • Location of the patient
  • Medication dosage
  • Method of payment – insurance or out-of-pocket
  • Location of the pharmacy

This is for a one-month supply of this medication.

At The Rx Advocates, we do not offer coupons for Soliqua 100/33 but thought it might help to explain how they work. After receiving a prescription for Soliqua 100/33, a patient may look for a coupon because of its cost. They might find that many are offered but do not offer much of a discount.

Even applying a Soliqua 100/33 coupon to the cost leaves the patient with a large portion to pay.

Prescription drug coupons can have a few different names. Sometimes they can be called:

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

These are often financially funded by pharmaceutical companies. They do this to help people who pay cash have a lower cost of their medicine. This might seem like a good idea, but it often comes with restrictions. Those could include:

  • A coupon could have an expiration, giving a person a discount for a limited time.
  • Many coupons can only be used a limited number of times, meaning a patient can get a discount one or two times but not every time.

Patients can get a lower cost on medication with the help of a prescription discount card. These can save a person money each month. Anyone can use these, even if they have insurance, although they are very beneficial to people who do not have insurance. These are free of charge.

Soliqua 100/33 is a medicine that patients can usually get help with from a savings program. Using a monthly program can save the person a lot of money overall.

Many people are aware of how medicine copays work. Copay assistance programs, or copay coupons, help pay a person’s copay. These programs are only for people with insurance.

Brand-name medications recommend these programs. Their goal is to get the medical provider or the patient to choose their product over the generic alternative. This makes them money. The following is an example of this:

A patient could be prescribed a medication that costs $555, with its generic counterpart costing $75. With their insurance, they would pay $10, their copay, no matter which medicine they choose. The brand-name company might offer to pay that copay for them, causing them to choose that medicine because it seems like a better choice to the patient. But, the remaining $545 still has to be paid. This is done by their insurance company.

Get Soliqua 100/33 Discounts Every Month
Through The Rx Advocates

At The Rx Advocates, we understand the struggle to pay for medicines monthly. We believe people should be able to get their medicine at a more affordable rate. We want people to know that help is available to them. We want to get the word out about our patient assistance programs. We want to teach people about how they work.

These programs can benefit everyone whether they have insurance or not. Patients can save hundreds or thousands of dollars monthly by using our program.

Do you want more information about saving money on your medications with help from The Rx Advocates? We want to help you. We will check your qualifications and start you on our program right away. Please contact us for assistance.

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