What You Need To Know About Eliquis Coupons, Cost, and Patient Assistance Programs


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Is your Eliquis medication too expensive?

The average retail price for Eliquis costs over $500 for 60 tablets. Eliquis is taken twice a day, so that means you could be paying more than $500 for a one-month supply of your medication. The price you pay will vary depending on your insurance and the pharmacy you visit.

Eliquis coupons may also be available to many patients. However, even with an Eliquis coupon, you may still be paying too much.

Patients can get their Eliquis medication through Prescription Hope for the set service-fee of $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service. Although Prescription Hope is not an Eliquis coupon, individuals looking for an Eliquis coupon can save more through Prescription Hope!

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Below is an Eliquis cost comparison chart that allows you to see how much you could be saving every month.

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The four options you have to save money on Eliquis

There are four main ways to save money on out-of-pocket costs when it comes to prescription medication.

  1. Join a healthcare plan with prescription drug coverage (Please make sure the medication you are taking is in the insurance formulary.)
  2. Prescription drug discount cards
  3. Coupon cards that are directly for the pharmaceutical manufacturer
  4. Patient assistance programs, which are also directly from the pharmaceutical manufacturer

Now that we have given you the four main medication savings programs, there are a few hurdles to go over in each of those areas. We will be quick about this…

When you join a health insurance program, you will have high deductibles, copays, and things of that nature.

When you have prescription drug discount cards, the discounts are uneven all across the board.

Coupons sponsored directly from the pharmaceutical manufacturer specifically for brand-name medications are excellent in the short run. For the long term, there is a lot of money still left out of your pocket…

Last are the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s patient assistance programs that give medication at a reduced cost to individuals who qualify, which provides unmatched medication savings for the long term.

The downside to patient assistance programs is that the first shipment of medication takes, on average, 2 to 4 weeks to reach the patient. Also, managing medication orders and refills can be a daunting task, especially with the shipping times.

Do I qualify for Eliquis patient assistance programs?

Qualifying for Eliquis patient assistance programs is based on household income guidelines. Every patient assistance program uses different criteria for qualification, so we use the information below as general guidelines:

Prescription Hope Income Guidelines
  • An individual earning up to $50,000 a year may qualify
  • Households of 2 individuals with a combined income up to $70,000 a year may qualify
  • Guidelines can increase in families making up to $200,000 per year

Prescription Hope suggests that anyone looking to save money on Eliquis submit an enrollment form.

Suppose you do not qualify to receive medication through patient assistance programs. In that case, we will never charge a service fee for that medication. Once you have been pre-qualified and your first charge has been paid but we find we can’t get your medication, you will be refunded any service fees paid for the medication.

Soon after submitting an enrollment form, we will determine whether you qualify to receive the medications you have requested for through patient assistance programs.

Suppose we find a program that will work for you. In that case, we will reach out to you for any additional information needed and reach out to your healthcare provider for the prescription.

Once we receive this information back, we immediately order your medication for you. After that, Prescription Hope works to manage medication orders, refill medications on time throughout the year, maintain up-to-date records, and renew your prescription medication’s enrollment every year.

Once your enrollment form is submitted and you are pre-qualified, the first shipment of prescription medication typically arrives within 2 to 4 weeks. We will then place refills ahead of time so that you receive your medication on a regular schedule.

During the four to six week enrollment period, we recommend that you ask your healthcare provider if they could provide you with Eliquis samples while waiting for your first shipment.

Through our program, Americans save thousands every year from the retail cost of their prescription medications through Prescription Hope. To learn more about how Prescription Hope works you can visit our website.

If you are looking to save money on a medication other than Eliquis, you can view a complete list of medications available through patient assistance programs here.

If this medication is not suitable for you, then talk to your healthcare provider about Eliquis alternatives. Other brand-name prescription drugs that are similar to Eliquis and available through Prescription Hope include:

Who is Prescription Hope?

Prescription Hope is a medication access service-based company that provides access to brand-name medication through patient assistance programs.

Prescription Hope charges a service fee of $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service for each medication accessed to manage medication orders and refills.

There are no other costs, fees, deductibles, or copays associated with the Prescription Hope service.

Prescription Hope is not an insurance product, coupon card, discount program, or pharmacy.

Prescription Hope is a medication access service that manages patient assistance programs for you. We do not manufacture, store, or ship medications.

Our medication list includes the top-100 prescribed medications offered by U.S. based pharmaceutical manufacturers.

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What is Eliquis (apixaban)?

Eliquis (apixaban) is a prescription medication used to prevent serious blood clots due to atrial fibrillation (AFib) or after hip or knee replacement surgery. AFib is a heart condition characterized by part of the heart not beating the way it should, leading to blood clots traveling to parts of the body (lungs or legs), increasing your risk of stroke.

Eliquis is also approved to treat blood clots known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE) and keeps them from forming again.

When treatment with Eliquis is successful, it can reduce the risk of stroke in patients.

Important safety information – warnings and precautions

Do not take Eliquis if you:

  • Have ever had an allergic reaction to Eliquis or its ingredients
  • Have an artificial heart valve
  • Currently have certain types of abnormal bleeding

Spinal or epidural blood clots (hematoma):

Patients that take blood thinners, like Eliquis, and have medication administered into their spinal or epidural area or a spinal puncture have a risk of forming a blood clot that may lead to long-term or even permanent paralysis. Your risk may be higher if:

  • You have an epidural catheter in your back for medication
  • You take NSAIDs or other blood-thinning medication
  • You have a history of repeated epidural or spinal punctures
  • You have a history of spinal problems

Premature discontinuation of Eliquis:

Prematurely discontinuing Eliquis or other anticoagulants can increase your risk of thrombotic events. If you discontinue Eliquis for a reason other than bleeding problems or completing your treatment course, then talk to your healthcare provider about using another anticoagulant medication.

Dosage and administration

Below is the recommended dosage and method of administration with Eliquis.

For patients treating risk of stroke and systemic embolism in nonvalvular atrial fibrillation:

  • The recommended dose is 5 mg orally twice daily.
  • In patients that fall in 2 of the following categories: age greater than or equal to 80 years, body weight less than or equal to 132 pounds, or serum creatinine greater than or equal to 1.5 mg/dL, the recommended dose is 2.5 mg orally twice daily.

For patients treating prophylaxis of deep vein thrombosis following hip or knee replacement surgery:

  • The recommended dose is 2.5 mg orally twice daily. (2.1)

For patients treating deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism:

  • The recommended dose is 10 mg taken orally twice daily for 7 days, followed by 5 mg taken orally twice daily. (2.1)

For patients reducing the risk of recurrent deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism following initial therapy:

  • The recommended dose is 2.5 mg taken orally twice daily. (2.1)

Always take Eliquis exactly as your healthcare provider prescribes it. Patients can generally take Eliquis with or without food. Do not change your dose or stop taking the medication unless instructed by your healthcare provider.

Consult your healthcare provider if you have difficulty swallowing the Eliquis tablet whole. There may be other ways for you to take Eliquis.

Be sure always to fill your Eliquis prescription on time to avoid a lapse in medication.

If you take too much Eliquis, then call your healthcare provider right away and seek immediate medical attention at the nearest emergency room.

Side effects of Eliquis

The most common side effects of Eliquis may include:

  • Skin rash
  • Allergic reactions
  • Fainting
  • Nausea
  • Anemia
  • Easy bruising or bleeding, such as nosebleed or bleeding from cuts

Since Eliquis is a blood thinner, it can cause bleeding that can be serious and may rarely lead to death.

Notify your healthcare provider right away if you have serious side effects of Eliquis or signs of bleeding, including:

  • Easy bruising
  • Unusual bleeding
  • Any bleeding that does not stop
  • Heavy menstrual periods
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness
  • Red, pink, or brown urine
  • Black or bloody stools
  • Numbness
  • Tinling or muscle weakness, particularly in your legs or feet
  • Loss of movement in any part of your body
  • Unexpected pain, swelling, or joint pain

Before taking Eliquis

Before you take Eliquis, talk to your healthcare provider about your medical history, including:

  • If you have kidney or liver problems
  • If you have antiphospholipid syndrome
  • If you have any other medical condition
  • If you have ever had bleeding problems
  • If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. It is not known if Eliquis will cause harm to an unborn child.
  • If you are breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed. It is not known if Eliquis or its ingredients will pass through breast milk. Discuss with your healthcare provider if you should breastfeed or take Eliquis, as you should not do both.

Storage and disposal

Store your Eliquis medication at room temperature between 68℉ and 77℉.

Be sure your medication is stored in a safe place and out of the reach of children. Avoid allowing your medication to be exposed to direct sunlight, heat, or moisture.

What drugs can affect Eliquis

Let your healthcare provider know about all other medications you are taking, including other prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, or herbal supplements. Certain drug interactions may be possible, leading to adverse reactions.

You may have a higher risk of bleeding if you take Eliquis with other medications that can increase your risk of bleeding. These medications may include:

P-glycoprotein (P-GP) inhibitors and strong CYP3A4 inhibitors are two classes of drugs that, when taken with Eliquis, can increase the blood levels of apixaban. Consult your healthcare provider about avoiding the coadministration of these drugs or reducing your dose of Eliquis.

Learn how people pay the set service fee of $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service for Eliquis !

Are you looking for a place to get your Eliquis (apixaban) medication at an affordable price?

Prescription Hope is a medication access service-based company that provides access to brand-name medication through patient assistance programs.

Prescription Hope charges a service fee of $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service for each medication accessed to manage medication orders and refills.

There are no other costs, fees, deductibles, or copays associated with the Prescription Hope service. Once you have been pre-qualified and your first charge has been paid but we find we can’t get your medication, you will be refunded any service fees paid for the medication.

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Is there an Eliquis generic available?

The FDA has approved an Eliquis generic under the name apixaban tablets, now available in the United States. If you are paying more than $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service for the generic version of Eliquis, then Prescription Hope may be able to save you money.

How much is Eliquis without insurance?

Most health insurance companies will help cover a portion of the cost of Eliquis. Without insurance, Eliquis can cost nearly $600 for 60 5mg tablets. If you are paying more than $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service even with insurance coverage, then Prescription Hope may be able to save you money.

Does Eliquis have a patient assistance program?

There is a patient assistance program for Eliquis. Prescription Hope’s medication access service can enroll individuals who qualify into the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s patient assistance program for the set medication access service fee of $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service.

Does health insurance cover Eliquis?

Most insurance plans and Medicare will cover Eliquis. However, many patients still find that their Eliquis medication is too expensive despite having insurance coverage. So, whether you are with or without insurance, you can still enroll in Prescription Hope and potentially save hundreds each month.

Is Prescription Hope an Eliquis coupon, discount card, or insurance product?

Prescription Hope is not an Eliquis coupon, discount card, or insurance product. Prescription Hope is a medication access service-based company that streamlines patient assistance programs for individuals who qualify to make their medication affordable. Although Prescription Hope is not an Eliquis coupon, individuals looking for an Eliquis coupon can save more through Prescription Hope! When you obtain your medications, your total will never cost more than $60.00 a month through Prescription Hope’s medication access service for each medication. If we cannot help you obtain a prescription medication, we will never charge a service fee for that medication. Once you have been pre-qualified and your first charge has been paid but we find we can’t get your medication, you will be refunded any service fees paid for the medication.

Can Prescription Hope get Eliquis if I have insurance?

Yes. Every year, Prescription Hope works with some of the most prominent insurance organizations across the United States. Because Prescription Hope is NOT an insurance plan, our service works alongside your coverage to make your medication more affordable. This includes Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, and Humana. When adding Prescription Hope, insurance organizations can provide a better level of care for their clients. Enroll with Prescription Hope now to make your medication more affordable.


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