Epipen JR Coupon - Epipen JR 2 auto-injectors of 0.15mg package
Epipen Jr (epinephrine) is an expensive drug used for the emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions. You should keep this medicine with you at all times. This drug is more popular than comparable drugs. As of August 2016, Mylan announced that a generic version of Epipen Jr may be available soon. It is currently covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, but some pharmacy coupons or cash prices may be lower. Compare catecholamines.
Epipen JR Coupon - Epipen JR 2 auto-injectors of 0.15mg package

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Even EpiPen Alternatives Are Getting More Expensive

Elizabeth Davis - October 05, 2016

If you’ve been following the news on EpiPen, you already know that brand name EpiPen has seen massive price increases (over 400%) since 2007.

Manufacturer Mylan will be offering a less expensive generic alternative to EpiPen in 2017. They currently have a manufacturer discount of up to $300 off the cash price of EpiPen as well. However, if you’re paying out of pocket, either could still leave you owing $300 each time you fill. See More

New EpiPen Generic Approved In Response to Concerns Over Pricing

Elizabeth Davis - August 29, 2016

In response to criticisms over EpiPen pricing, manufacturer Mylan will be offering an authorized generic alternative sometime in Fall 2016.

For more background on EpiPen pricing, and other less-expensive alternatives, see the previous GoodRx articles on EpiPen here and here.

Here’s what you need to know about the new EpiPen generic.

How much will the new generic cost?

Mylan has said that the new generic will have a list price of $300, about 50% of the cost of brand name EpiPenSee More

EpiPen vs Adrenaclick: You Have Options

Dr. Sharon Orrange - August 25, 2016

EpiPen has been in the news lately and you should know why. Mylan, the pharmaceutical company that manufactures EpiPen, increased the price of their auto-injector by 400% since 2007.

What no one seems to be talking about: there are much less expensive alternatives out there.

When it comes to preloaded epinephrine pens (like EpiPen), you now have three choices.

As EpiPen Prices Soar, What Are Your Options?

Elizabeth Davis - August 24, 2016

This is an update to our 2012 Get to Know the EpiPen article.

For 1 – 2% of Americans, a bee sting or food allergy can cause anaphylaxis, a potentially fatal allergic reaction. Fortunately, these symptoms are easily treatable. Since the 1970s, epinephrine auto-injectors (EpiPen being the most common) have provided a life-saving treatment for anaphylaxis.

Unfortunately, patients (and parents) can’t predict where and when a reaction can begin, so they need to purchase EpiPen for home, work, school, car and anywhere else one might be needed in an emergency. See More

5 Exclusive Tips for Back to School Prescriptions

The GoodRx Pharmacist - September 08, 2015

Get those lunches made and set the alarm clocks; school’s back in session.
Parents know that a new school year means new clothes, new books, maybe a new backpack—and perhaps a new set of prescriptions. As a pharmacist, I know the school year has started when frustrated parents show up at my store with lots of questions.
The good news is that I can help! Here are 5 helpful solutions for common back-to-school medication issues. See More

Stay Healthy This Summer!

The GoodRx Pharmacist - June 13, 2014

When the sun finally comes out and the weather starts to change, you can tell that summer is nearby. It’s a great time to spend more time outside, but you may be more prone to summertime illnesses and injuries like allergies, insect bites, sunburns, rashes, cuts and scrapes, dehydration, and asthma. Here are some things to watch out for:


It can sometimes be difficult to do outdoor activities in the hot summer sun even if you don’t have asthma or breathing problems—if you do have asthma, you’ll want to be extra careful. See More

Dropped by Insurance: Will Your Epinephrine Pen Be Covered in 2014?

The GoodRx Pharmacist - December 23, 2013

Express Scripts and Caremark have removed certain medications from their formulary starting in January 2014. These companies handle prescription benefits for more than 200 million Americans, so your prescription coverage will likely be changing in the new year.

We’re reviewing which prescriptions will no longer be covered and the suggested alternatives to give you a better picture of your options. Express Scripts has made a change in their coverage of emergency allergic reaction meds that may affect you:

Removed medication: Auvi-Q   ||   Suggested Alternatives: EpiPen, EpiPen Jr
Auvi-Q is the new injectable that literally talks you through the injection process if you are having an anaphylactic allergic reaction. See More

Get to Know the EpiPen

Dr. Sharon Orrange - September 10, 2012

An extreme life-threatening allergic reaction, anaphylaxis, from a bee sting or food allergy requires quick attention to save lives. Epinephrine auto-injectors (the EpiPen being the most common) are the best treatment for anaphylaxis. Severe allergic reactions from food allergies are more common than ever, so we need to make the EpiPen cheap, accessible, and less scary for regular folks.

Here are key points we all need to know about epinephrine auto-injectors (the EpiPen):

1. See More

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