Get metformin, glipizide, and pioglitazone free and pick up at over 57,000 pharmacies
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Blink Health is a free service on a mission to lower drug prices.
Find your Rx and checkout for $0. You’ll get a Blink Card.
Show your Blink Card and pay $0 at the pharmacy.
After checkout, you’ll automatically enroll in the program and get your Rx free for a year!
Blink Health is a free service on a mission to lower prescription drug prices for all Americans. Blink’s free website and mobile app offers savings of up to 95% on over 15,000 different medications.
We think there is no better way to show our commitment to our mission than to invest in programs that will directly help Americans afford the life-saving medications they need.
Too many Americans cannot afford their common diabetes medications, so this summer Blink Health is giving them away for free.
The #TreatType2 program is designed to help the greatest number of people living with diabetes by giving away the three most commonly prescribed medications. Patients with a prescription for any or all of these three medications can receive their Rx for free, for a year.
Anyone with a prescription for any or all of these three medications (metformin, glipizide and pioglitazone) can receive their Rx for free, for a year. Blink works regardless of insurance or Medicare / Medicaid status, all you have to do is create a free account on Blink Health. The program is also available to all existing Blink members.
The #TreatType2 program includes the most commonly prescribed dosages for metformin, glipizide and pioglitazone including: metformin hcl 500 mg tablet, metformin hcl 850 mg tablet, metformin hcl 1000 mg tablet, glipizide 5 mg tablet, glipizide 10 mg tablet, pioglitazone hcl 15 mg tablet, pioglitazone hcl 30 mg tablet, pioglitazone hcl 45 mg tablet
Please note that extended release dosages of metformin and glipizide are not included in the program.
You pick up your medication at your local pharmacy. Blink Health works with over 57,000 pharmacies nationwide, including CVS, Rite Aid, Target, Walmart and many independent pharmacies.
Yes, we are extending the offer to include existing Blink Health users.
Diabetes affects more than 29 million children and adults in the US. That’s nearly 1 in 11 Americans.
Type 2 represents 95% of the 29 million affected, and type 1 represents 5%.
Patients with diabetes have healthcare costs 2.3x greater than those without diabetes.
Blink Health is giving away $10 million worth of type 2 diabetes medications free for one year.
Blink Health is also working on solutions to lower the price of insulin. Earlier this year, Blink announced a first-of-its-kind access program with Eli Lilly to offer a 40 percent discount on Lilly insulins, including Humalog, one of the most widely prescribed branded insulin medications.