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Lipitor 2012 Coupon Explained
Each week, I get lots of emails regarding Pfizer’s $4 Copay card.
The way it works is that you visit https://www.lipitor.com/patients/lipitorcopaycard.aspx and register online. If you meet the requirements (you are not a Massachusetts resident, you are at least 18 years old, and you do not have government sponsored drug insurance) you will be able to print the card at the end of the registration process.
You can also get these coupons from your doctor’s office or a participating pharmacy (Pfizer sales representatives are distributing these coupons in large quantities).
Pfizer has changed the coupon process. Until a few months ago you had to apply for the Lipitor coupon and they would mail it to you.Now you can print it directly off the website.
Lipitor $4 Copay Card Factoid: If your pharmacist does not accept the coupon, what you do is to mail a copy of your insurance receipt along with a photocopy of your official Lipitor $4 Co-Pay Card to:
LIPITOR Co-Pay Card 6501 Weston Parkway, Suite 370 Cary, NC 27513.
They claim that they will mail you a check for your copay minus $4 (with a maximum of $50 per prescription per month) Other points to remember are that the maximum value of the coupon is $600 per year and that this program expires on 12/31/2012.
If you have questions regarding the Lipitor coupon, please see www.internetdrugcoupons.com/Lipitor-Coupon or call 1-888-LIPITOR (1-888-547-4867) to speak to a Lipitor coupon customer service representative.
We tested out the customer service line and we were amazed atthe spped in which they answered to call and the professionalism of the representatives handling the calls.