Lilly Insulin Value Program Savings Card Now Available Online

Eli Lilly and Company  | July 20, 2020

Earlier this year, we introduced the Lilly Insulin Value Program, which allows anyone with commercial insurance and the uninsured to fill their monthly prescription of most Lilly insulins for $35.

Now we’re making it easier for people to access this affordability solution.

People can get the $35 co-pay card online at insulinaffordability.com.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit insulinaffordability.com, click on the “Download Your Card” button.

  2. Download your savings card to your mobile device or print it.

  3. Present the savings card when you pick up your prescription.

The savings card includes a list of insulin covered under the program and the complete terms and conditions.

There is also a separate option to download a savings card for Insulin Lispro.

You can still get affordability solutions by calling the Lilly Diabetes Solution Center at 833-808-1234. The Solution Center is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Eastern time. Calling the Solution Center is fast and easy. Typically, it takes only a few minutes to find the affordability option that’s right for you. When you call, you’ll speak with a live, U.S.-based health care professional, answer a few questions, and receive the solution best fit for your needs.

Our representatives will take a minimal amount of personal information – only enough to provide the right solution to meet your individual circumstances.

You can learn more about our $35 co-pay program in our FAQ article.

Due to federal guidelines, people in Medicare, Medicaid and Medicare Part D are not eligible for the $35 co-pay program, but should call the Solution Center to see if another option is available, such as free insulin for people with minimal income, or no income at all, that has been donated by Lilly to non-profit organizations.

However, starting in January 2021 when the Part D Senior Savings Model launches, anyone using a Lilly insulin – whether they’re enrolled in a private commercial plan, Medicare Part D, or are uninsured – will be eligible to buy their monthly prescription for no more than $35 a month.

Lilly is proud to participate in this important model that will make insulin more affordable for seniors. We’ve been working on affordability solutions for many years, and the model fills a critical gap that remained in the U.S. health care system.

Collaborations like the Part D Seniors Saving Model prove that when business and government work together, we can make a meaningful difference for patients.

If you use Lilly insulin and need support, we have solutions that can make life easier for you.

Please call us. We want to help.