How to Get FREE EpiPens!

How to Get Free EpiPensIf your children suffer from severe allergies, an EpiPen can be a life-saving thing to have around. Mylan, the makers of EpiPens, make it possible to get them for free through December 31, 2014 with a $0 co-pay card. It’s really simple: you just have to fill out a form and you’ll receive your card in the mail in about 2 weeks. They also give you the option of downloading and printing a temporary card. Note that you have to have a valid prescription for EpiPen to qualify for this offer.

How To Claim Your Free EpiPens: Step-by-Step

  1. Go to and fill out the form. If you don’t feel comfortable sending your information over the internet, you can also call their toll-free number at #1-800-395-3376 and do it over the phone.
  2. Wait for your card, or print the temporary one you can get from the site.
  3. When you get the card, take it to the pharmacy along with your insurance info. It should be good for an EpiPen 2-pack, and you can use the card as many times as you want until the end of the year.

That’s it! You should be able to walk out with your set of EpiPens without paying a cent. This is a great opportunity to stock up: it’s always a good idea to have them around, especially during the school year. To read the terms and conditions, click here.

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If you know anyone who has children with severe allergies, this offer could literally be a lifesaver! Please share this post: you could save someone’s life! This offer is good until the end of the year, and it may be extended past then, too.

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