Use your Optum Perks discount card at pharmacies nationwide, from the large chains to small independent pharmacies.
Farxiga is a prescription drug used to treat type 2 Diabetes. To find the best cost for Farxiga, use our list below to compare the prices from local pharmacies. Remember, we base our prices on ZIP code, dose, and amount of medication. You can change these at any time by clicking the icon next to each in the subtitle above. Also, the cheapest price may be in a nearby ZIP code, so use our dynamic map to search around your area. You can increase your savings on Farxiga by using our coupon, which is accepted at most major pharmacies and can be used more than once, just like a discount card. To get one for yourself, click ‘Claim Now’ next to your pharmacy of choice, then select whether you'd prefer to print it out or receive it digitally as an email or text message. Simply present it to your pharmacist when you drop off your Farxiga prescription to have the discount applied. For more information about our offers or other ways to save, see our sections below.
Farxiga is a drug used to treat type 2 diabetes in adults by controlling blood-glucose levels. It should never be used to treat type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis.
The prescription drug Farxiga is an oral medication available in either 5mg or 10mg tablets. One tablet is taken one time daily in the morning, with or without food. The 10mg formula is only for those patients that cannot achieve glycemic control with the 5mg dose. Your dose may need to be adjusted if you experience injury or unusual stress, which can cause fluctuations in your blood glucose levels.
Do not take this medication if you have any kidney disease, disorder, or dysfunction, especially if you are on dialysis. You may not be able to take this medication while pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have or have had pancreatic disease or disorder (including pancreatitis), bladder cancer, genital yeast infection, low blood sugar, congestive heart failure, or have high cholesterol. Be sure to tell your doctor if you're on a low salt diet or if you take other diabetes medications, insulin, blood pressure medication, or diuretics. If you expect to have surgery, even dental surgery, tell your surgeon that you're taking this medication.
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There is no program or membership to enroll in. Once you receive your card, just show it to your pharmacist and start saving on your prescription medications.
Our card is not insurance, we simply provide discounts on prescriptions. Since pricing is an ongoing negotiation, please bring both your insurance card and Optum Perks coupon to your pharmacist to see which provides a more cost-effective option for you.
No. We merely provide discounts through coupons for prescriptions. Any purchases through Optum Perks will not count toward an insurance deductible.