How Much Does an Epipen Cost?

An Epipen is a device that is used to treat acute allergic reactions such as those caused by food, drugs, and insect bites.  If you suffer from severe allergies, a negative reaction is always something about which you may constantly worry.  This is especially true if you are a parent of a child with severe allergies.  If you or your child has allergic reactions, it would be best if you keep an epinephrine autoinjector or Epipen handy.  It helps tighten blood vessels and open up the lung’s airways so that the affected person can breathe normally.  The Epipen comes with a spring-loaded needle that releases the medication through intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.  In addition to carrying an epipen, you should also make sure you inform the people around you that you have it, where it is, and how to use it.  If you are alone, you should carry a card in your purse or wallet listing your allergies;  this way, if something happens while you are out, the paramedics will have a better idea of what is wrong.


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Average Reported Cost: $565.5

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  1. Kroger (ROANOKE,  Virginia) paid $780 and said:

    Your information must be OLD, a 2pack at Kroger is 780.00!!!
    Guess I’ll just die if stung – that’s outrageous!

    Was it worth it? : Yes

  2. Summer (Albany,  New York) paid $351 and said:

    My brother has a horrible allergy but has never needed to use a epi pen. At CVS we had a 100 copay and was still very expenive. In 2015 the cost was 100 dollars less at CVS. Did we get roped of or did the price go up?

    Was it worth it? : No

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