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Actual Cost of Freestyle Libre | Diabetes Daily Forums
Hello All; For those of you who are curious, the actual cost of the Freestyle Libre reader and 3 pak of sensors is as follows at my pharmacy (CVS) Freestyle Libre 10 day reader: $83.99 but they applied a $12.76 coupon bringing the cost down to $64.99 Freestyle Libre 3-pak of sensors
Paying out-of-pocket for Freestyle Libre | Diabetes Daily
The pharmacist at Walgreens told me to call the customer help line for Abbott because they have various customer assistance programs - presumably “coupons” for the product. Turned out my insurance paid for it, so I didn’t call them so I don’t know what they have to offer.
OneTouch coupons | Diabetes Daily Forums
The Sunday paper has two coupons - one for $30 off a OneTouch UltraMini, Ultra 2, or UltraSmart. The second is for $10 off 100 OneTouch Ultra strips. Both coupons are still valid with insurance! K. Krisb0701 Guest. Nov 11, 2007 #2 lilituc said: For Americans, I guess (sorry).
New 14 Day Freestyle Libre Cost | Diabetes Daily Forums
My new 14 day Libre sensors from Walgreens today cost me $71.58 for a month's supply of 2 sensors, so they've reduced monthly price by $3, as well as warm-up time (now just 1 hour). The new reader was $64.99 ($6.49 per month over a period of 10 months, based on how long I've been using the old
Cost of Freestyle Libre (14 day) | Diabetes Daily Forums
My employer switched the type of insurance they provide as of 12/31/2019. It essentially excluded those few of us old folks who are enrolled in Medicare. I opted to join my wife's plan (she retired as a school teacher in NC) with United Healthcare. My old employer based insurance (with
Cycling off Victoza for now | Diabetes Daily Forums
I used to take 50 or 55U of Lantus each day and my A1c was usually 6.6%-6.8% (my endo said that was fine). Since joining DD I came to realize that I would be well advised to reduce my carbs and try to get my A1c closer to 6.0%. I started moving in that direction about 18 months ago and it
Free Humalog | Diabetes Daily Forums
Lilly has a program to provide free Humalog (and maybe other types of insulin) to people who meet income requirements. This is a life-saver for me, and I'm thanking God for another year of free meds. For information and application forms, see Lilly Tru assist. com (without spaces).
DaVinci S.F. Syrups | Diabetes Daily Forums
Having a flash sale with $1 off per bottle & free shipping. Coupon code "springdeals". Might try the peanut butter or maybe the cinnamon . Reactions: 1 person. jwags D.D. Family. Location northeast ohio Your Connection to Diabetes T2 since 2007 Apr 21, 2016 #2 Is that from Netrition? Seagal
Bayer A1CNow (SELFCHECK) - not now, not ever again
Why didn't you ask the rep to send you a coupon for a free kit? Usually when a meter goes bad they are more than helpful about keeping you a customer. I usually wait until they are on sale for $19.99 and then I download a coupon off the Bayer site, so it costs about $15. My kit was pretty self explanatory and I didn't have any problems.
Novo Nordisk and CVS Partner to Offer $25 Insulin
That’s $1.80 per strip! My copay used to be $40 per 100 strips, or 40 cents each. Now I have a CVS Advanced Glucose meter (2 of them, actually) and order CVS test strips. Regular price is $40 for 200 (or 20 cents a strip). With the often offered 30% off coupon, its $28 for 200 strips, or 14 cents each.