Today a woman called regarding a refill on her Benicar (olmesartan) which is used for blood pressure. This medication is now available as a genric which is great...except the generic is extremely expensive still. The cost through her high deductible ($600) insurance plan was $574 for a 90 day supply. Processing for the brand name medication resulted in an expectedly higher copay of over $700.
But I saved the day. I pulled up the Benicar website and noticed they had a copay card available that didn't require patient registration. So I added the copay card billing information and process the prescription.
The copay for the Brand name Benicar after the copay card discount...$43.12!!! The manufacturer essentially paid her entire deductible!
Get your Benicar savings card today by clicking here
This card is also valid for Benicar HCT, Azor, and Tribenzor
"Terms & Conditions: For patients with commercial insurance, savings benefits for these products do not cover insurance deductibles and apply after the $5 out-of-pocket expense is met for each 30-day prescription fill or $15 for 90-day prescription fill. Savings are subject to a maximum benefit. Patients without insurance receive $25 off the retail price for each prescription fill. Offer not valid with any other program, discount or incentive. For Massachusetts residents, the Co-pay Card is not valid for BENICAR, BENICAR HCT, AZOR, or TRIBENZOR that has an AB-rated generic equivalent as determined by the United States Food and Drug Administration. For Massachusetts residents, this program shall expire on or before July 1, 2017. It is illegal for any person to sell, purchase, or trade or to counterfeit the Savings Card. This is not insurance. This card carries no cash value. Valid for up to a 365-day supply per calendar year. "