How to Save On Januvia

Januvia is a top selling brand name medication used to improve glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes. It should not be used for the treatment of type 1 diabetes, or diabetic ketoacidosis, as Januvia would have no effect for these conditions.1

With over two billion dollars spent on Januvia last year and an estimated 20 million Americans with type 2 diabetes, Americans want and need lower prices. Annual cost for Januvia (50 mg) at my local pharmacy in New York City is $3,070.88. And that’s after asking the pharmacist for a discount coupon: without their discount it would cost $4,788! Seventeen-hundred dollars sure is a lot to save, but you can do better much better by shopping from a verified international online pharmacy. In fact, you can save $2,473 a year! Check out the price chart:

Annual Cost of Januvia 50 mg

Price Per Year Savings over B&M Pharmacy Percent Savings
Local Pharmacy: $3,070.88
Discount Card Option: $3,040.45 $30.43 1%
Coupon Option $2,911.32 $159.56 5%
U.S. Online Pharmacy: $2,703.00 $367.88 12%
International Online Pharmacy $597.60 $2,473.28 81%

Local pharmacy in New York City, International Online Pharmacy price as found on PharmacyChecker.com. Prices collected 9/12/2012

If you need Januvia immediately, the best savings are found by using a coupon at the pharmacy. Once you have your temporary supply, you can then use an international online pharmacy. If you do, make sure the online pharmacy is approved by PharmacyChecker.com.

Here are some useful pages that compare prices for various strengths. As always, happy savings!

Januvia 25 mg prices
Januvia 50 mg prices
Januvia 100 mg savings


1FDA Januvia Medication Guide, http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Drugs/DrugSafety/UCM204269.pdf Accessed 9/20/2012

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2 Responses to “How to Save On Januvia”

  1. Pat says:

    Do you have any reccommended online pharmacies that orivide excellent customer service and meet your criteria?

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