In Malta, most IUDs are done in private gynaecology clinics, such as at St James Hospital, and are paid for out of pocket.
The Mirena currently costs around EUR 180. Jaydess costs around EUR 145. The copper coils are cheaper and cost around EUR 80. Remember that these costs are only for the device, and you will also have to pay clinic and doctors' fees. It is normal for the total cost of insertion of a hormone IUD to be about EUR 300, and for the total cost of insertion of a copper IUD to be about 180 Euro.
If you suffer from heavy or painful periods (menorrhagia or dysmenorrhoea) you may be eligible to have a hormone IUD inserted on the national health service, although you will probably still have to pay for the IUD itself. You should speak to your GP for a referral to Mater Dei Hospital if you think you may be eligible. If you need the IUD solely for contraception, this will usually need to be done privately.
If you need financial support with purchasing an IUD, you can contact the charity Women for Women Foundation. They may be able to help you, at their discretion.