Otezla is a medication designed to inhibit an enzyme within the immune system that helps to trigger inflammation in the body. It treats the symptoms of, but doesn't cure, active psoriatic arthritis in adults. Otezla can mitigate tenderness and swelling in and around the joints. As one of few medicines targeted specifically at psoriatic arthritis, treatment with Otezla can be very expensive. Pharmacies price Otezla at as much as $2,700 for a month of medication. For patients without insurance or the underinsured, the cost of Otezla can be a challenge. Fortunately, Internet Drug Coupons provides guests with free cost-cutting coupons for Otezla. Choose to email, SMS (text) message, or print your coupon and carry it with you to a pharmacy near you with the best price for Otezla. Present your coupon to your pharmacist, and he or she will give you your discount at checkout. Learn more about this and other ways to save below.
Description: To help their medications reach a large number of patients who may be underinsured, drug manufacturers often create manufacturer coupons. Celgene, Otezla's manufacturer, provides a coupon in the form of a copay card with the Otezla Support Plus program. With the Otezla copay card, insured customers may be eligible to receive their medication for free. The PAN Foundation also offers an assistance program for insured patients available by submitting an application to the PAN Foundation. Click ‘View Manufacturer Coupon’ to learn more.
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Read information about Otezla below to learn about its common uses. If you have questions about this medicine, please consult with your doctor or pharmacist and be sure to inform them of all the medications you are currently taking.