How to get Mounjaro for $25

last updated: Nov 09, 2023

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Mounjaro can be very expensive, but there are ways to save on your medication. We spoke with Dr. Felix Gussone, MD about Mounjaro and how to get it for $25, or even less.

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How to get Mounjaro for $25

Mounjaro (tirzepatide) is a once-weekly medication approved for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The list price for Mounjaro is $1,023.04 for a month’s supply (four pre-filled pens of Mounjaro), or about $255.76 per week and $13,299.52 per year. The good news is that you can get Mounjaro for as little as $25 with a special savings card from the drug manufacturer, Eli Lilly.

With the Mounjaro Savings Card, you may pay only $25 for a 1-month or 3-month supply of Mounjaro (one month is defined as 28 days and 4 pens). All you have to do is click on “Get Savings Card” on this website and complete the savings program enrollment form.

Not everyone is eligible for the savings card that can get you Mounjaro for as little as $25. To use the Mounjaro Savings Card, you must 

  • have commercial health insurance

  • be a resident of the United States or Puerto Rico, with a Mounjaro prescription for type 2 diabetes

  • Have no prescription drug coverage through federal or state-funded insurance.

Where to get Mounjaro

Mounjaro is only available by prescription. If you’re interested in starting treatment with Mounjaro, speak with your healthcare provider. They can evaluate your medical history to determine if Mounjaro or another medication is the right treatment for you. 

You can either visit your primary healthcare provider or speak with a telehealth provider online. They may order blood tests to determine if you’re a good candidate for treatment and decide which dosage to start with.

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If you have any medical questions or concerns, please talk to your healthcare provider. The articles on Health Guide are underpinned by peer-reviewed research and information drawn from medical societies and governmental agencies. However, they are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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November 09, 2023

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Felix Gussone, MD

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Yael Cooperman, MD

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