Find out the cost for Ozempic®

Your out-of-pocket cost for your Ozempic® prescription depends on your insurance coverage. Find out your cost for Ozempic®.

Check your cost

Red pen shown delivers doses of 0.25 mg or 0.5 mg. Blue pen delivers doses of 1 mg.

Find out the cost for Ozempic®

Your out-of-pocket cost for your Ozempic® prescription depends on your insurance coverage. Find out your cost for Ozempic®.

Check your cost

What can I expect to pay?

Find out if your insurance plan covers Ozempic® and see your cost before getting your prescription.

What can I expect to pay?

Find out if your insurance plan covers Ozempic® and see your cost before getting your prescription.

What is the list price for Ozempic® and will it impact me?

List price is the original price set for a medication by a manufacturer before any discounts or rebates are applied. Although, most people don’t pay list price if they have health insurance.

The list price for Ozempic® depends on the product formulation your health care provider prescribes for you.

  • Ozempic® 0.25 or 0.5 mg (1 x 1.5-mL pen) = $772.43
  • Ozempic® 1 mg (2 x 1.5-mL pen) = $772.43

Have more questions about the cost of Ozempic®?

Call 1-888-693-6742 for more information.

Check the average cost of Ozempic® for different insurance scenarios

84% of people with private and/or employer-covered insurance pay less than $35.a

The amount you pay depends on your type of health insurance plan, your plan preferred-drug list, and the amount of your deductible. Out-of-pocket costs are often more expensive before the deductible amount has been met.

See what you can expect to pay

63% of people on a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D) pay less than $50 for Ozempic®.a

If you have Part D coverage and are eligible for the Low Income Subsidy (LIS)/Extra Help program, you can expect to pay $3.80-$8.50.b

See if you qualify for the LIS Extra Help program  

99% of people on Medicaid pay less than $35 for their Ozempic® prescription.a Co-pay amounts vary between states, and some are waived altogether.

Find out if you qualify for Medicaid and get information about co-payments in your state

If you do not have a health insurance plan, you may pay the list price and any other charges associated with your pharmacy. You may want to compare prices among retail and online pharmacies to find the lowest cost for Ozempic®.

See if you qualify to get your medicine free of charge through the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program

aResults based on 12-month rolling period from IQVIA LAAD, October 2019.
bReference source based on CMS website. Please verify with the individual plan sponsors for coverage and updated information. Information is subject to change without notice.

Request a savings card

If eligible, you can pay as little as $25 per prescription for up to 24 refills.c

cMaximum savings of $150 per prescription.
Eligibility and other restrictions apply.

Apply for free medicine

If eligible, you may be able to get Ozempic® at no cost through the Patient Assistance Program.

If you need assistance with prescription costs, help may be available. Visit www.pparx.org or call 1-888-4PPA-NOW.

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