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What is your co-pay?

HAVE QUESTIONS?

What type of prescription drug
insurance do I have?

Who is this Web site for?

What information do I need to find
out about my prescription savings?

Here you can find out the amount of your co-pay when filling a prescription for an AstraZeneca medicine. Depending on your eligibility, you may be able to save on your out-of-pocket costs by downloading one of our savings cards or free trial coupons to bring to your pharmacy with your prescription.


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HAVE QUESTIONS?

What type of prescription drug
insurance do I have?

Who is this Web site for?

What information do I need to find
out about my prescription savings?

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How does this site work?

It takes the information you enter, processes it, and gives you a result. If you are eligible, you may be able to save on prescriptions for AstraZeneca medicines listed on this Web site.

Who is the site for?

It is for eligible patients who have valid prescriptions for AstraZeneca medications listed on this Web site. It may also be helpful to anyone who has general questions about prescription drug insurance.

What do I get?

If you're eligible, you can get a prescription savings card to fill a valid prescription for an AstraZeneca medicine listed on this Web site.
Instead of a prescription savings card, some eligible patients can get a free trial offer. The free trial offer is valid for either a 28 day supply or 30 day supply. Bring a valid prescription and the free trial offer to the pharmacy to obtain the savings for a medicine listed on this Web site.

What prescription medicines are covered?

The Web site offers savings to eligible patients with a valid prescription for an AstraZeneca medicine listed in the pull-down menu on the home page.

What is a prescription drug insurance plan?

Health insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company. Most insurance providers offer several plans. These are like packages or levels of coverage. In each plan, the insurance company agrees to pay part of your medical costs. This may include the cost of prescription drugs.

What is prescription drug coverage?

Coverage is the part of your medical costs that the insurance company agrees to pay for or “cover.” Your insurance company also has a list of prescription drugs that they will pay for.

What is commercial prescription drug insurance?

It is a type of prescription drug coverage provided by an employer, purchased privately, or purchased through a health care exchange. Commercial prescription drug coverage is NOT government-sponsored insurance like Medicare or Medicaid.

What is government prescription drug insurance?

This is a type of prescription drug coverage that the government provides. Examples are federal or state funded programs like Medicare Part D, Medicaid, Medigap, TriCare, or Veterans Affairs or Department of Defense insurance programs.

What if I don’t have prescription drug insurance?

If you currently take an AstraZeneca medicine and you are having trouble paying for it, we may be able to help. For details, contact 1-800-AZandMe (292-6363).

What if I have Medicare and/or Medicaid or other government-funded insurance?

Check the information on the main government card you use for prescription drug coverage. If you enter this information correctly, where requested on this site, you should be able to find out if you qualify for savings. You may need to contact Medicare or Medicaid or your insurance plan if you still have questions. Please note if you are a government prescription insured patient, you will not be eligible for a prescription savings card.


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