How Much Should I Expect to 
Pay for XARELTO®?

The cost of prescription medications can range widely depending on what kind of health insurance you have and what types of support options may be available to you.

The list price of XARELTO® is $492 per month, but most patients pay between $0 and $47 per month.1,2

1Actual out-of-pocket costs may vary based on dosing, indication, site of care, insurance coverage, and your eligibility for support programs. Contact your insurance provider for more details on your individual plan. List price may vary based on dosing and indication. List price does not include induction doses, the cost of giving you a dose, or pharmacy fees.

2Approximately 75% of US patients pay between $0 and $47 per month. Out-of-pocket cost estimates are based on approved pharmacy claims, normalized to a 30-days’ supply, after application of insurance benefits. Costs do not include medical claims, induction doses, or starter kits. Note: This is based on information licensed from IQVIA: IQVIA Out of Pocket Cost (OPC Tool) for the period January 2020 – December 2020, reflecting estimates of real-world activity. All rights reserved.

What type of insurance do you have?

I'm insured through my job or through a private individual policy (commercial insurance)

Most patients with insurance from their employer or from another private insurance policy pay between $0 and $40 per month.3,4

Janssen CarePath Savings Program for XARELTO®

Eligible patients using commercial or private insurance can save on out of pocket costs for XARELTO®. Depending on the health insurance plan, savings may apply toward co-pay, co-insurance or deductible. Eligible commercial patients pay $10 for each 30-day to 90-day prescription for XARELTO®, subject to program benefit limits. There is no limit to this benefit for the first 90 days, and then a $200 limit for each 30-day supply thereafter. There is a $3,400 maximum program benefit per calendar year. Not valid for patients using Medicare, Medicaid, or other government-funded programs to pay for their medications. Patients prescribed XARELTO® 10 mg because of a recent non-surgical hospital discharge or because they have recently undergone hip or knee replacement surgery are not eligible. Terms expire at the end of each calendar year and may change. There is no income requirement. See full eligibility requirements.

Janssen Select

Do you pay more than $85 monthly out of pocket for your prescription for XARELTO®? Janssen Select may be able to help.

As the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson behind XARELTO®, we know that it can be hard to stay on treatment when your out-of-pocket costs increase during a coverage gap (eg, commercial high deductibles or the Medicare Part D coverage gap, formerly known as the “Donut hole”). That’s why we’ve created Janssen Select.

Through Janssen Select you can:

  • Pay $85, plus sales tax if applicable, for a 30-day (1-month) supply of XARELTO®.
  • Or, beginning August 16, 2021, pay $240 for a 90-day (3-month) supply of XARELTO® ($80 per month), plus sales tax if applicable, if you and your doctor choose a 90-day supply.
  • Have the same XARELTO® you’d expect delivered directly to your door by Wegmans pharmacy.
  • Participate without paying a membership fee or sharing your income information. This program can even help people who may not have qualified for affordability support in the past.
  • Register beginning April 1 and get refills until December 31, and you can discontinue anytime.

At Janssen, we believe that cost shouldn't prevent you from staying on treatment you need, uninterrupted.

Terms expire at the end of each calendar year and may change. See program requirements at JanssenSelect.com.

To register, you must have insurance covering a portion of the cost of XARELTO®, and you are being asked to pay more than $85 monthly for XARELTO® through your insurance.

To learn more and register, visit JanssenSelect.com

For more information, call 888-XARELTO (888-927-3586), Monday–Friday, 8:00 AM–8:00 PM ET.

I'm insured through Medicare or Medicaid

I'm insured through Medicare

Most patients with Medicare pay between $0 and $94 per month for XARELTO®.3,4 This number represents Medicare Part D, including those with LIS.

If you are enrolled in Medicare and are using Medicare coverage to pay for your medication, our Medicare Resource Guide provides information on sources for cost support that may be available.

In addition, you may be eligible for the Extra Help program provided by the Social Security Administration.

I'm insured through Medicaid

Most patients with Medicaid pay between $0 and $1 per month for XARELTO®.3,4 This number represents Managed and Fee-for-Service Medicaid.

Find out more about Medicaid benefits in your state, including whether you may be eligible for Medicaid.

Do you pay more than $85 monthly out of pocket to fill your prescription of XARELTO®? Janssen Select may be able to help.

As the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson behind XARELTO®, we know that it can be hard to stay on treatment when your out-of-pocket costs increase during a coverage gap (eg, commercial high deductibles or the Medicare Part D coverage gap, formerly known as the “Donut hole”). That’s why we’ve created Janssen Select.

Participate without paying a membership fee or sharing your income information. Terms expire at the end of each calendar year and may change. See program requirements at JanssenSelect.com.

To learn more and register, visit JanssenSelect.com

To register, you must have insurance covering a portion of the cost of XARELTO®, and you are being asked to pay more than $85 monthly for XARELTO® through your insurance.

For more information, call 888-XARELTO (888-927-3586), Monday–Friday, 8:00 AM–8:00 PM ET.

I'm not insured or my insurance doesn't cover XARELTO®

If you're not insured, you can expect to pay the list price shown above, plus any additional fees your pharmacy may charge depending on where you fill your prescription.

Janssen CarePath can provide information about independent resources that may be able to help with your out of pocket medication costs. Visit JanssenCarePath.com to learn more.

3Approximately 75% of US patients in this category pay an amount in the stated range. Actual out of pocket costs may vary based on dosing, indication, site of care, insurance coverage, and your eligibility for support programs. Contact your insurance provider for more details on your individual plan. out of pocket cost estimates are based on approved pharmacy claims, normalized to a 30-days’ supply, after application of insurance benefits. Costs do not include medical claims and starter kits. 4Note: This is based on information licensed from IQVIA: IQVIA Out of Pocket Cost (OPC Tool) for the period January 2020 – December 2020, reflecting estimates of real-world activity. All rights reserved.