Important safety information
What you should know before taking Zepbound.
Eli Lilly, the manufacturer of Zepbound (tirzepatide), offers a savings card program that can help lower the cost of Zepbound. Patients with commercial insurance and without government coverage, like Medicare, are eligible to enroll. As a Body Program patient, we’ll help you understand the details of the savings card, so you can use it when you pick up your Zepbound prescription at your preferred pharmacy. You can learn more about the Zepbound savings card and eligibility requirements here.
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as low as $25/month
Full coverage with commercial insurance
If your commercial insurance plan covers the majority of the cost of Zepbound, you could pay as low as $25/month for medication with the savings card.
Partial coverage with commercial insurance
If your commercial insurance plan covers part of the cost of Zepbound, you’ll get an additional $150 off the remainder. For example, if your plan covers $200 and your pharmacy sells Zepbound for $1200, you’ll be responsible for $850 with the savings card. Final cost depends on the pharmacy your prescription is filled at.
No coverage with commercial insurance
If your commercial insurance plan does NOT cover Zepbound, the savings card will get you up to $563 off per month. So if your pharmacy sells Zepbound for $1,200, you’ll pay around $637 per month.
Cash pay price
No commercial insurance
If you don't have commercial insurance or are uninsured, you’ll pay cash for the medication and the Zepbound savings card cannot be applied. The cash price varies by pharmacy, but we’ve seen it listed for between $1,050 to $1,300. To see a full list of insurance plans that are ineligible for the savings card, visit Eli Lilly's website.