Xarelto Coupon & Patient Assistance Programs
Are the high costs of Xarelto putting a strain on your budget? While Xarelto is a crucial medication for many individuals, its price tag can make it difficult to obtain. While a Xarelto coupon or savings card can offer some relief, they are often still not enough to make the medication affordable. At The Rx Advocates, we believe that everyone should have access to the care they need, which is why we don’t just offer Xarelto coupons, but rather help patients access patient assistance programs. These programs provide long-term savings and peace of mind, allowing you to focus on your health without worrying about the cost.
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Reducing your Xarelto cost with The Rx Advocates
The Rx Advocates provides people assistance in receiving prescription medications through patient assistance programs. Many pharmaceutical companies have patient assistance programs to help people with the high cost of medications. Patients who qualify can receive their medications at a significantly lower cost. The Rx Advocates have access to over 800 FDA-approved medications, including the 100 most prescribed medications in the United States.
Patients who use The Rx Advocates pay a fixed service fee of $70-$100 per month depending on how many different medications are being received. There are no additional costs or hidden charges, and patients’ medications are free to them each month.
1 Medication (e.g. Xarelto Only) – Fixed cost $70 per month
2 Medications (Xarelto + 1 other) – Fixed cost $80 per month
3 Medications (Xarelto + 2 others) – Fixed cost of $90 per month
The Rx Advocates is not a Xarelto coupon, insurance plan, or discount card. When patients work with us, benefit from our knowledge of applying to and navigating patient assistance programs without stress and confusion. We help people afford the medications they need.
Xarelto coupon limitations
Xarelto coupons may seem like a quick and easy solution for reducing the cost of your medication, but it’s important to understand their limitations. Before relying on a Xarelto coupon, consider the potential drawbacks:
Coupon Restrictions: Xarelto coupons may come with certain restrictions, such as a limit on the number of times they can be used or a cap on the amount of discount provided.
Short-Term Solution: A Xarelto coupon may provide short-term savings, but it may not always be the best solution for reducing overall prescription costs. For example, some patient assistance programs may offer a more comprehensive and long-term solution.
They May Not Cover the Entire Xarelto Cost: Xarelto coupons may not cover the entire cost of the medication, and patients may still have to pay a significant portion of the cost out of pocket.
May Require Renewal: Xarelto coupons may need to be renewed periodically, which can be a time-consuming and confusing process.
May Not Be Accepted by All Pharmacies: Xarelto coupons may not be accepted by all pharmacies, which can limit the options for obtaining the medication.
At The Rx Advocates, we understand that reducing the cost of your medication is a top priority, which is why we prioritize access to patient assistance programs that provide more comprehensive and long-term savings solutions.
Do I Qualify for Xarelto Patient
Assistance with The Rx Advocates?
The Rx Advocates help thousands of Americans be able to afford their medications every month. Patients will pay only $60 to $90 based on how many prescriptions we are helping them obtain. Each pharmaceutical company has its own guidelines for the programs they offer, most of the programs follow these requirements:
- Individuals may participate if they earn up to $40,000 annually.
- Couples may participate if they earn up to $60,000 annually.
- Large families may participate if they earn up to $100,000 annually.
How much does Xarelto cost?
As of September 2022, the average retail cost of Xarelto is $599.81.
The Xarelto cost can vary based on a number of factors:
- Whether the patient has prescription health coverage
- What pharmacy the patient uses
- Where the patient lives
- The dosage amount prescribed
There is no generic form of Xarelto available. This medication comes as a film-coated tablet in 2.5mg, 10mg, 15mg, and 20mg.
Xarelto Coupon & Patient Assistance FAQ's
Xarelto (rivaroxaban) is a prescription medication used to help prevent blood clots. Xarelto is used in people with high clot risk like those with atrial fibrillation, after hip or knee surgery, and in patients with a previous history of clots.
Atrial fibrillation is an irregular heartbeat, also known as an arrhythmia. The irregular heartbeat interferes with the blood flow through the heart causing blood to pool in the upper chambers. The pooling blood can create dangerous blood clots that travel to other parts of the body. Xarelto slows down the formation of blood clots by shutting off the clotting factor Xa.
Xarelto is also used to treat venous thromboembolism. Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is when a blood clot forms in a deep vein usually in the lower extremities, but can sometimes form in a person’s arm. This can be a dangerous situation. If a piece breaks off and travels to the lungs it can create a pulmonary embolism. A pulmonary embolism happens when a blood clot gets caught in an artery of the lungs. This is a serious situation that damages the lungs, creates breathing problems, and could be deadly.
There are some people who should not take Xarelto. This includes people with an artificial heart valve. People with abnormal bleeding or who are allergic to any of the ingredients should not take Xarelto. Pregnant women or those who are planning to become pregnant should talk to their doctor before starting Xarelto, as it can cause bleeding in the mother and fetus.
The Rx Advocates do not offer coupons, but we would like to explain some coupon details. When a patient is prescribed Xarelto they may do an internet search for coupons. Xarelto is expensive, especially if they do not have good insurance or no coverage at all. Coupons can help, but a patient could still be paying hundreds of dollars out of pocket.
There are several different names for prescription medication coupons.
- Copay assistance programs
- Copay coupons
- Copay cards
- Pharmacy coupons
- Trial offer card
Most of these programs are offered by the medication manufacturer. Janssen, the manufacturer of Xarelto, has a 30-day free trial offer for those with a prescription who qualify. Patients must meet eligibility requirements and if approved it is a once per lifetime coupon. However, this coupon is not available for the 10mg dose.
Patients will need to take coupons to the pharmacy and present them when getting the prescription filled. Coupons are limited-time offers and may only be used once. Savings with these types of offers may not last long.
A copay assistance program or copay coupon works to lower costs for those who have insurance. A pharmaceutical company collects payment from a patient and their insurance company. So, when there is an option between a brand name or a generic drug it benefits the company to offer a coupon, so they still make a sale. For example, a brand name prescription costs $1000 and a generic prescription costs $100. If the patient has a $20 copay, they will likely choose the brand name since they will pay $20 for either one. The brand name manufacturer will collect $980 from the insurance company.
If the patient’s insurance company changes the copay structure to 20% of the cost, it benefits the brand manufacturer to offer copay assistance. Using the same numbers as before a patient would still pay only $20 for the generic version of the medication, but the brand name would cost $200. Should the brand name manufacturer offer a program to pay the patient back $200 if they choose their drug the patient will choose to get the brand name. The patient ends up with no cost and the brand name manufacturer still gets paid $800 from the insurance company. These programs only help the patient who has insurance.
Receive Monthly Xarelto Discounts
With The Rx Advocates
It is a priority at The Rx Advocates to help patients receive the medications they need at a reasonable price. No one should have to choose between buying needed medications or paying bills. We can help patients save money on over 800 brand name medications. Patient assistance programs set up by pharmaceutical manufacturers can be difficult to navigate. The Rx Advocates can relieve the confusion for you and get the job done quickly.
There is no need for short term coupons or prescription discount cards when you work with The Rx Advocates. You do not even need to make a trip to the pharmacy, your medications can be delivered to your front door. We even take care of refills at no extra cost to you.
Would you like to find out if The Rx Advocates can save you hundreds, possibly thousands of dollars on brand name medications every month? We are available to find out if you qualify for patient assistance programs. Contact us to get started right away.