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Selling Diabetic Test Strips for Cash As any person who purchases diabetic test strips knows, these items can be expensive. Were you also aware that there are thousands of diabetics today who couldn’t buy these supplies due to financial constraints? There are lots of organizations that help these people however, and you can join in their efforts by selling your extra unopened, unexpired test strips for cash rather than throwing them in the trash! Most diabetics are smart enough to keep boxes on hand for when they run low, and before long realize they actually have a few more than what they need. If you buy boxes often, you may find that you have extras starting to add up. Maybe you are not testing that often anymore. You may have switched test strip brands, and still have some of the old ones that don’t match your new meter. There are endless possible scenarios. Is Selling Test Strips Even Legal?
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Absolutely yes, if you own them. Even if your boxes are “mail order only” or “not for resale,” you may still sell them – this only means they couldn’t be sold by a retailer. Certainly, there are some things to remember. For one, some brands are not going to be in demand. Boxes provided by Medicare cannot be resold, and nobody will buy expired or damaged boxes or those with broken seals. But provided they are a reasonably popular brand, in good condition, and have no shorter than 6 months before expiring (though you may sell at half price for some brands expiring within 3 to 6 months), then your cash could be well on its way!
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Who Buys Secondhand Test Strips? Dealers purchasing diabetic test strips are in business to earn some cash, but the end result is unchanged: someone in need of these supplies but afford them will be getting them for free or at a discount. Dealers will usually accept brands they wouldn’t typically buy and then donate them to shelters, or take a portion of their profit and give it to diabetes-related charities. In many cases, they are in business because they are themselves diabetics or have loved ones who have the disease, giving them a personal reason to help others who are struggling with the difficulties of diabetes. Of course, you would like to get to know your dealer and feel comfortable with them, so do shop around before choosing one! Repeat business will likely make you a valued customer, entitling you to special consideration when it comes to pricing your supplies. Again, it boils down to finding the right dealer, so be patient and do your homework.