Rhofade Savings Card now available

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 Allergan has announced the availability of the Rhofade Cream Savings Program, which is promoted as allowing access to a prescription of Rhofade for as little as $35. This out-of-pocket amount only applies if you have commercial insurance that covers Rhofade. If your insurance does not cover Rhofade `you may pay as little as $75′.

The list of conditions and exclusions continues;

  • Valid for up to 4 fills of a valid prescription
  • Not valid if you are enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid or HMO reimburse
  • Valid until 31st December 2017

It is interesting to see Allergan launch a savings card to conincide with the release of Rhofade. This could be an attempt by the company to project the story that Rhofade is an affordable treatment. This story only has legs if you have health insurance coverage of course, without coverage a tube of Rhofade cream will be unaffordable by most.

How much does Rhofade cost?

I just filled my prescription today. After insurance 560 dollars. My dermatologist have me a saving card which took another 485 off. Ended up paying 75 dollars for Soolantra and 75 dollars for Rhofade which I’m suppose to use every morning.

Rhofade without medical insurace

If you do not have medical insurance, Rhofade will be an expensive option. Please leave us a comment below if you have been quoted a full retail price for a tube of Rhofade. Your fellow rosacea sufferers will be greatful to discover how much Rosacea Prescriptions Really Cost. Also please do leave us a comment with your Rhofade review when you can.

For full information on the Rhofade Cream Savings Program see the Rhofade web site.

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19 Reader Comments

  1. Rob says:

    I clicked on Rhofade coupon and Soolantra coupon showed up on the top of this page, other sites are showing rediculous prices of $400-$500 dollar range

  2. Ann says:

    I’m a Kaiser Pt. Rhofade is not on Kaiser’s formulary (and Kaiser pharmacy does not accept coupons). My Kaiser doc wrote me the prescription and I took it to CVS to fill with my coupon. Didn’t work. 🙁

    • Laura Smith says:

      Same here. I got a sample and it worked wonder but I cannot afford $550 to fill the prescription 🙁

  3. Mark says:

    Is the card only good for the 30g tube, or the 60g tube as well?

  4. Laura Smith says:

    I got a sample from my dermatologist and loved it. Went to fill the prescription today and Anthem won’t fill and can’t use the coupon. Too bad I can’t afford to use something the really helps.

  5. Sherry Goldwein says:

    I too wnt to CVS with my coupon from the doctor, but I am on Medicare and UHS supplement, so it can not be filled. Cannot award the $500+ cost. Sherry

  6. Quoted $570. Since my UnitedHealthCare Medicare Advantage doesn’t cover it I will not be able to use it.

    • Jean Wilkins says:

      I am in the same boat. Soolantra & Rhofade are not on Medicare/UHC formulary so must pay outrageous amount for a tube. We are not allowed to use coupons & must pay the price or go without. Other countries offer these at half the price.

  7. Anna Furman says:

    I see that many of you are stating that you can’t use the coupon. Has anyone tried GoodRx? My husbands co-worker said she has the RX and has been able to get the cream for $75 with GoodRx. I have not tried but, once my one month sample is complete I will try GoodRx at WalMart. So far, I am able to see a difference in my redness even after only having used it for a few days. I’ll post again in a month to update if I have been able to purchase at an affordable price.

  8. Carol Bethshears says:

    My doctor has sent a prescription to Geesons to help me with the price. Have not talked to them yet and wanted to ask you if the coupon would work at that pharmacy. Thanks! I love my sample but can not pay over 35.00 a month.

  9. Wendy Anderson says:

    I have Tricare Prime. It will not cover Rhofade or Soolantra. That said, I was able to get Soolantra next day FedEx for $75 (free shipping) from out of state pharmacy. Rhofade… it’s $570 at Walgreens. I really need something to minimize redness so that I don’t have to wear make up all the time. I’m allergic to Metrogel… I liked Miraso but after 8 hours my face would flush.

  10. Ann says:

    I just got Rhofade from Wellpartner pharmacy in Tualatin OR it was 50.00 I can’t pay that all the time wonder if I can get the discount card

  11. Beverly Bennett says:

    Why does it have to be so expensive. My insurance does not cover much for Rosacea because it not a cure. Please lower the price. We have been waiting so long for something that reduces the redness,

  12. Liz says:

    Oximetazoline is the same chemical that is in nasal decongestant spray. Since I cannot afford Rhofade, I dabbed the decongestant on twice a day and see noticeable improvement.

  13. Helen Ward Williams says:

    I am my in the doughnut hole with my Part D from United Health Co., CVS quoted
    $600.00 for my Rhofade. I have tried everything on the market it works best.
    Our income with our Social Security checks and money from our savings is too much to get assistance. The price is really too much for retired people that are 85 years old.

  14. Michele says:

    RHOFADE lower your price!!! Mass people prdering will cover!

  15. Anna Kraisler says:

    I have tubes of soolantra and mervaso which I got for 35.00 with the coupon and my uhc ppo insurance that I didn’t use. I hate mervaso because of the side effects.

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