[VIDEO] How to Get a Free EpiPen Coupon

Part of surviving this summer includes being ready for emergencies including allergic reactions to foods, bug bites and allergens. As a food allergy mom, I’m sharing how to be prepared for emergencies in case you or your children need an EpiPen. This video explains how to get a free EpiPen coupon through December 31, 2016 IF your co-pay is less than $300. Use the social sharing tools to tweet, pin and share this on Facebook with friends who needs EpiPens for their family!

UPDATE: As of August 2016, Mylan has increase value of the EpiPen Coupon to take $300 off your out of pocket expenses. This is in reaction to the sticker shock when you see the high cost of the EpiPen. Here are 4 Ways To Survive EpiPen price hike.


Video: How to get a Free EpiPen Coupon


Here’s a quick recap to get a free EpiPen coupon.

1. Ask your allergist or pediatrician for the coupon.
2. Download and print this  $300 off co-pay  coupon.  Read the applicable rules.
3. Call your local pharmacist for the coupon.


Get EpiPen Coupon


I’m listening to your feedback on surviving this summer. In the recent Mommy Talk Show Facebook chat, parents told me the topics they’d like to hear more about include summer skin care advice, along with free or low-cost things to do with kids during the summer. 

I’ve tackled food allergies before. Here’s my live webcast including other bloggers, “How to Keep Kids with Food Allergies Safe” and a video review of Mabel’s Labels allergy alert labels


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About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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