EpiPen users: Save up to $100 off your EpiPen 2-Pak co-pay (plus free carrying case)


A few years ago, my daughter joined the ranks of children diagnosed with a life-threatening food allergy. This required some changes in how we eat, shop and dine out – along with an EpiPen prescription. Though our insurance covers most of the expensive prescription, the co-pay is still not small (and extra EpiPen sets are required for use at home and at school in case of an emergency). If you know someone with an EpiPen 2-pak prescription, make sure you let them know about this great savings opportunity!

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the FDA approval of the EpiPen (epinephrine) Auto-Injector. In celebration, Mylan Specialty has created a “$0 Co-Pay Offer”!

Request your EpiPen Co-Pay Card

Call 1-800-395-3376 or click on this link to get your EpiPen Co-Pay card and start saving on your EpiPen 2-Pak® prescription.

Patient instructions:

  • Present your card along with a valid prescription for EpiPen (epinephrine) Auto-Injector 2-Pak® or EpiPen Jr® (epinephrine) Auto-Injector 2-Pak. Maximum benefit of $100 per EpiPen 2-Pak where applicable.
  • This offer may be used on up to three EpiPen 2-Paks per prescription.
  • This offer can be used an unlimited number of times until the offer expires on 12/31/2013.
  • Patients with questions should call 1-855-859-2971.
  • NOTE: This offer is not available to patients who are in Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, or any other federal or state health care plan. The card is not transferable and the amount of the rebate cannot exceed the patient’s out-of-pocket expenses.
  • Program expires 12/31/2013. The managing parties reserve the right to amend or end this program at any time without notice.

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Once you’ve filled your EpiPen 2-Pak prescription, take a moment to register your device online. You’ll get a reminder when your EpiPen is about to expire AND you can also request a free EpiPen carrying case and TSA EpiCard (makes traveling easy by verifying your need to carry an EpiPen).

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    Lori says

    Thank you sooo much for sharing this! I’ve already called and requested my coupon. The co-pays are high on these so I’m thrilled to receive this. Thanks again!!

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    Amy says

    THANK YOU!!! My copay on these is $40 and I need 3 or 4 per year! This is a fantastic coupon that I will share with my other allergy Moms!

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    Sara T says

    Thank you for sharing this! We have spent about $500 on epis this past year bc they expired so quickly and we have a $5000 deductible that doesn’t cover prescriptions. This will be a blessing in the coming year!

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      Kristine says

      I refuse the epi pen if they give me one that has an expiration that is not far out. They should be able to give you one with a one year expiration. My pharmacist said he would even order a new one before dispensing to me.

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    karen says

    Thank you once again for posting such a great deal! I can’t tell you how much we appreciate Bargains To Bounty!

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    jennie says

    thank you for posting, it will be a huge help for our family. Did anyone else have dificulty with the website though?