Details: Using this coupon will reduce your Onlyza co-pay to $10, with a maximum subsidy of $100. Onglyza™ was approved for use in the United States on July 31, 2009. It is very similar to another diabetic drug called Januvia™. Since it is a new agent, it is not a preferred drug on most formularies so is likely to have a high co-pay.
In order to level the co-pay playing field, and stimulate demand the makers of Onglyza have introduced the "Onglyza™ Value Card" coupons.
This is a complicated coupon so please read the directions carefully:
If you are a cash paying customer, present the coupon to the pharmacist each time you get your prescription filled for a up to $100 instant savings. (At the time of this writing, a 30-day supply of onglyza costs about $200).
If you have drug insurance you can use this card to reduce your copay to $10. The most they will lay out is $100. If your co-pay is less than $100, this coupon is worthless.
- Your co-pay for Onglyza™ is $10 or less -- they pay $0
- Your co-pay for Onglyza™ is $50 -- They pay $40 (thereby reducing your copay to $10).
- Your co-pay for Onglyza™ is $100 - they pay $90. (The maximum they will shell out towards your co-pay is $100.