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I just found out that my new insurance will not cover diabetes supplies. Does anyone know of any assistance programs or coupons to help with the cost of test strips? Will change meters if needed.

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The Colony, TX
If you have a Walmart in your area you can change to a reli-on meter. It's strips are more affordable

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2002.
Victoria, CAN
Pprx.org often your diabetes team may be able to give a small supply or check on eBay there are numerous people selling test strips

Norman, OK
If you contact Bayer or other various companies they often send a large supply. I've received a year worth that way in the past.

Danville, VA
Find a meter with the cheapest test strips is what I did.

Unknown Location
Chris, which meter is that? Also, what's the best low cost setup (insulin, pump, meter, supplies, etc) you've found?

Living with type 1 diabetes.
Plainfield, NJ
americandiabeteswholesale.com, 50-60% less than pharmacies and if you order over $100 worth of stuff, they ship free

Living with type 1 diabetes since 1994.
Pahrump, NV
Bayer and Accu-Chek have a "pay no more than $15 on copay" card. You can go to their website and print off a card. I use it and it's great :)

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