CVS offers-generic-competitor-to-epipen-sold-at-a-sixth-the-price

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About time.

Lets see.
She raises the price 600%
Then lets go of up to 3500 workers
http://investorplace.com/2016/12/mylan-nv-layoffs/#.WHgsUvkrJhE

I guess she just wants to change the company into a 'money printing company' instead of a true research drug company.

MISTERCHEAP said:   http://www.tbo.com/news/cvs-offers-generic-competitor-to-epipen-...
I saw this mentioned on the NBC nightly news a couple days ago.  Someone at the end of the story from CVS mentioned that there was a $100 coupon available and that would cut the price from $109.95 to $9.95!

Anyone interested would be advised to try to find this coupon.

pennsatuckian said:   
MISTERCHEAP said:   http://www.tbo.com/news/cvs-offers-generic-competitor-to-epipen-...
I saw this mentioned on the NBC nightly news a couple days ago.  Someone at the end of the story from CVS mentioned that there was a $100 coupon available and that would cut the price from $109.95 to $9.95!

Anyone interested would be advised to try to find this coupon.

  
Scan of offer: 

^ that's a rebate, not coupon..

Also is this RX only?

I've been getting them for free, so I don't know what the normal price is.

The $0 copay card has been replaced with $300 savings card link
if the link doesn't work, go to epipen.com and look for the card on the home page.

psxzombie said:   I've been getting them for free, so I don't know what the normal price is.

The $0 copay card has been replaced with $300 savings card https://www.activatethecard.com/epipen/?_ga=1.80431252.2023918039.1484437890
if the link doesn't work, go to epipen.com and look for the card on the home page.

  

no, the $0 copay card has not been replaced. the $300 is for people WITHOUT Insurance.

needhelpplease said:   ^ that's a rebate, not coupon..

Also is this RX only?

  

see HD thread I posted with BOTH, $0 copay with insurance card or rebate if you are cash paying (no ins)



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