Introducing: Uloric Assistance Program
Want to save even more? You may be able to get Uloric FREE
with the Uloric Assistance Program.
Are you worried about how to pay for Uloric? How many of your other medicines can you not afford?
Take a deep breath and relax a bit. Don't go another day worried about how you are going to pay for Uloric or your other medications. We've helped thousands of Americans receive their medication at little or no cost, and we can help you too.
Is Uloric really on a free program?
Yes, Uloric is available on a free or low cost program! Once approved to receive Uloric, approval is for one year. Reapply year after year for increased savings! It only costs $10.00, once, per prescription, to apply. That is all! The registration fee is non-refundable. If you have questions or need help, you can call us M-F, 7am to 6pm CST at 1-573-996-3333.
How Much Can You Save With The Uloric Assistance Program
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Would you like to save up to $8,405.60 per year
, or more? The application process is quick and easy! Upon approval BRAND NAME prescription drugs are either mailed directly to your home, doctor's office or a voucher is sent to you that you can redeem at your local pharmacy. The quantity, eligibility criteria, and dispensing policy varies from drug to drug.
With 54,000 medicines available through free or low cost programs, you should apply for all of the medications you cannot afford. You can save a fortune on your prescriptions, utilizing this approach. Once you are enrolled, it is typically for a year.
Apply for Uloric and all the other medicines you cannot afford to pay for out-of-pocket.
You can apply online, right now.
It's safe, secure, fast and easy.
You can apply over the telephone by calling us at (573) 996-3333. Or, you can download an application
and mail it in.
With over 54,000 meds & 800 programs, there is no exact number for income eligibility. Eligibility varies from drug to drug and program to program. Even if the applicant makes more than any program states, that can be appealed on a case-by-case basis. The key guideline is: if you cannot afford to pay for any medications out-of-pocket, you should apply. The worst case scenario is you get a "no" answer, and that can be appealed. It is very rare that we can't help save way more than the $10.00 registration/research fee paid.