Have questions about insurance coverage and reimbursement?

Find out more about the different ways you may be able to save money on your Victoza® prescriptions.

Are there ways to save on my Victoza® prescriptions?

Yes. If your doctor has given you a Victoza® prescription and brochure, you can activate the card included in it before you fill your prescription. You may be eligible to pay as little as $25 for each of your Victoza® prescriptions for up to 24 months.a Each prescription should give you enough Victoza® for about a month. After 24 months, you can call 1-877-304-6855, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to find out if you’re eligible for another Victoza® Savings Card.

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aApplies to eligible, commercially insured patients with coverage for Victoza®. Eligibility and restrictions apply.

If you do not have a card, or need a replacement, click here.

How much does Victoza® cost?

The amount of money you'll pay each month for Victoza®, called your co-pay, depends on your insurance plan. To find out what your co-pay will be, have your prescription card or medical card handy and visit our Co-pay Calculator.

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How do I activate my Victoza® Savings Card?

You can activate your Victoza® Savings Card in just a few steps. If you don’t have a card, it’s easy to get one.

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What if I have trouble paying for my medication?

Victoza® is covered by most major health plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. If you have questions about insurance plan coverage and co-pay costs for Victoza®, please call 1-877-4VICTOZA (1-877-484-2869).

As part of our continued commitment to those living with diabetes, our Patient Assistance Program (PAP) provides free medication to those who qualify. Patients and caregivers in need of assistance can learn more by calling the Novo Nordisk PAP toll-free at 1-866-310-7549.

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The makers of Victoza® have another noninsulin option for adults with type 2 diabetes.
Click to learn more, then ask your health care provider if this option could help lower your blood sugar.

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