More Cash For Test Strips Launches Sell Diabetic Test Strips For Cash Services

Online company, More Cash for Test Strips, launches services offering individuals with unused diabetic test strips the option to sell their unused test strips for cash.

An online company, More Cash for Test Strips, has launched Sell Diabetic Test Strips For Cash Services for those who have unused diabetic test strips. These services offer people the option to sell their extra test strips rather than allowing them to waste away beyond the expiration date.

More information can be found at the company website here:

Diabetic testing strips are utilized with blood glucose monitors or glucometers. To use them, a person collects a small sample of blood that is typically obtain by pricking the skin with a tiny needle called a lancet. The test strips were created for use in doctors’ offices, but by 1980, medical-device manufacturers had designed meters for home use. They became the standard of care for many people with diabetes, who test their blood as often as ten times a day.

Millions of Americans have Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, and most utilize several test strips daily to monitor their condition. On occasion, people who use testing strips have a change of testing equipment and get stuck with boxes of unused test strips that are not compatible with the new testing machine. Selling the unused boxes to a company such as More Cash For Test Strips can provide an affordable alternative for someone else with the disease and has need for them.

Those people with medical insurance frequently pay little expense for their test strips. Others who are typically underinsured or uninsured, are unable to pay list prices, which can run well over $100 for a box of 100 strips. For a patient testing their blood many times a day, paying for strips out-of-pocket could add up to thousands of dollars a year.

According to the company website, a person looking to sell their unused test strips is required to inspect their boxes of test strips they would like to sell. They must then make sure the boxes are still factory sealed, not damaged, and have at least 10 months left before their expiration date. Boxes of test strips with less time remaining before expiration can still be sold however, the payout for them will be less.

Those who would like more information of how the process works can find more information here:

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