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2-Pack Generic Adrenaclick Epinephrine Injector (EpiPen Alt)

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CVS Pharmacy via CVS [Store Locator] is offering their 2-Pack Generic Adrenaclick Epinephrine Injector (EpiPen Alternative) for $109.99 (lowest cash price in the market) valid for In-Pharmacy Purchase only. Thanks allthingsvu & tmarket

Note, this is the lowest cash price EpiPen alternative option offered through an authorized and FDA-approved device; same active ingredient as other epinephrine auto-injectors. Please refer to the forum thread for all internal discussions.

For customers/patients w/ insurance: You may apply for the Epinephrine Auto-Injector Savings Card to knock off an extra $100 (max discount). Discount will be applied right at the counter when paying for your prescription if you qualify.
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Patients looking to switching to this lowest cost epinephrine auto injector should first consult with his/her prescriber whether the authorized generic Adrenaclick is a good fit for their specific medical needs. CVS Pharmacy staff can answer any questions regarding out of pocket cost or ways to help reducing cost for cash paying customers. EpiPen is an injection containing epinephrine; it can help reverse severe low blood pressure, wheezing, severe skin itching, hives, and other symptoms of an allergic reaction - Discombobulated

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Patients can now purchase the authorized generic for Adrenaclick® at a cash price of $109.99 for a two-pack – the lowest cash price in the market. This authorized generic is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved device with the same active ingredient as other epinephrine auto-injector devices.
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Last Edited by slkmaster2000 February 27, 2017 at 10:13 AM
For cash patients use the following discount numbers. Just give the pharmacy all 4 numbers, they will know what to do. It's the best discount I've come across in my years of pharmacy
Bin: 012684
PCN: TYJ
Group: GM003000000
ID: use your date of birth ex:09261956

If the date of birth doesn't work, just pick another date Smilie
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Only in America you have to throw $100 to buy this drug. Congress and corporations' slaves (elected officials) failed to allow free market drugs with cheap imports. That's why we have super rich CEO.
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what's crazy about these prices is I could draw up the same dose of epi from a bottle of epinephrine in a syringe and it would cost our clinic a couple dollars. That's quite a mark up for a piece of plastic, spring, and needle to auto inject. it's not like this is some special new chemotherapy drug some drug company invest a half billion dollars to get FDA approval. it's frickn epi that has been around for over a century.
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Unless you can't afford insurance? Someone on a different economic situation than you.
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CVS Health says that the generic version of Adrenalick, owned by Impax Laboratories, will normally be priced at $110 per two-pack, and customers with insurance will most likely be able to use this coupon to knock $100 off. Customers don't have to wait for reimbursement either; the discount is applied right at the counter when you're paying for your prescription.

https://sservices.trialcard.com/C...pinephrine
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Only in America you have to throw $100 to buy this drug. Congress and corporations' slaves (elected officials) failed to allow free market drugs with cheap imports. That's why we have super rich CEO.
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There is not an AB rated generic for epipen so depending on your state laws it may not be able to be substituted without consulting the doctor to authorize the substitution. Just an FYI.
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Only in America you have to throw $100 to buy this drug. Congress and corporations' slaves (elected officials) failed to allow free market drugs with cheap imports. That's why we have super rich CEO.
what's crazy about these prices is I could draw up the same dose of epi from a bottle of epinephrine in a syringe and it would cost our clinic a couple dollars. That's quite a mark up for a piece of plastic, spring, and needle to auto inject. it's not like this is some special new chemotherapy drug some drug company invest a half billion dollars to get FDA approval. it's frickn epi that has been around for over a century.
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If you qualify for a coupon it still comes out to ZERO out of pocket , I would look it up or ask your Dr.
My son can't go to school unless it's updated and not expired, this means I need at least 2 every year!!!
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The real question is, if you know you have a serious reaction to something and require an ER visit, wouldn't you HAVE insurance? The only people I see paying for this would be people with high deductibles. Although I've actually never seen anyone pay higher than $5-10 co-pay.
Unless you can't afford insurance? Someone on a different economic situation than you.
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Make sure you ask your pharmacist to give you the longest expiration date he/she has.
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Only in America you have to throw $100 to buy this drug. Congress and corporations' slaves (elected officials) failed to allow free market drugs with cheap imports. That's why we have super rich CEO.
Thank you. Completely agree. The most perverse reality I can conceive of
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someone needs to figure out how to make this at home for the $1.50 that it REALLY costs...
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