So I found out a little more about the program. There are a whole group of pharmacies that are part of a eVoucherRx program with NovoNordisk for Victoza. These pharmacies (about 4,000 of them) like Giant and Rite Aid give you the discount when you just walk up. You can also use the Instant Savings Card at any pharmacy. But it is the same program, you cannot double up on the program.
When I investigated how to use this with my insurance (Aetna) it turns out to be basically useless. Victoza is a speciality pharmacy item, and it can only be filled by the Aetna mail order specialty pharmacy, except for the first dose. So I can go to my local pharmacy for the first month, But. That is a big but. I have to call Aetna, disconnect the automatic payment of my co-pay from the Flexible Spending Account (FSA), then order the prescription, then call back and have the FSA reconnected, and in the end, I only save $25, cause Aetna Specialty Pharmacy won’t accept the discount anyway.
Did I mention my love for Aetna?