Question: How Much Does Lantus Cost Without Insurance?

One carton of Lantus can cost close to $400 without insurance, according to GoodRx.com, though Lantus may very well be part of your insurance formulary.

Currently, the maker of the drug offers a Lantus Savings Card.

According to its website, the card can reduce your prescription cost to no more than $25.

How much is Lantus without insurance at Walmart?

Lantus Solostar Price

DosageQuantityPrice Without Insurance
Walmart
3ml/100 units1 pen$63.24
3ml/100 units5 pens$290.63
3ml/100 units10 pens$575.16

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How much does Lantus cost per month?

The cost. Lantus is a prime example of an expensive insulin—averaging around $274 per month, it is unaffordable for many.

How much does Lantus cost?

The cost for Lantus subcutaneous solution (100 units/mL) is around $306 for a supply of 10 milliliters, depending on the pharmacy you visit. Prices are for cash paying customers only and are not valid with insurance plans.

What is a cheaper alternative to Lantus?

Basaglar contains the same kind of insulin as Lantus (insulin glargine), and while it is cheaper—Basaglar costs about 15% less than Lantus—it is still expensive, with a cash price of around $450 for a 30-day supply. Here’s what you need to know to save on Basaglar.

Can you buy Lantus over the counter?

Today, most prescriptions for those using insulin cover the most up-to-date types of insulin – basal insulins such as Lantus and Levemir, as well as rapid-acting insulins like Novolog, Humalog and Apidra. When you buy insulin over the counter (OTC), these brand-name insulins are not available.

Is there a generic form of Lantus?

There is currently no generic alternative for Lantus, but there is an alternative insulin with the same active ingredient as Lantus. Humalog (insulin lispro) is a short-acting type of insulin.