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Selling Diabetes Test Strips The relatively short shelf life of diabetes test strips usually means having a growing collection of boxes that turn out to be useless and must be disposed of somehow. Sometimes, perfectly good boxes simply end up in the trash. As anyone who buys the strips knows, diabetic test strips are hardly cheap. Are you also aware that there are so many diabetics out there who, due to financial constraints, are in desperate need of these supplies? There are fortunately organizations that give them what they need, and you can participate in their efforts to provide assistance. Perhaps you were testing when you were pregnant, and now that you aren’t, you have an extra unopened box lying around. Maybe someone in the family has been transferred to a facility, and you have in your care left an unopened box that will no longer be needed. Or maybe you have switched to another brand and have an extra unopened box of your old brand. Any unopened, unexpired test strips you have can be sold for cash! Of course, before searching for a buyer, you have to keep a few things in mind.
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For example, some brands are more in demand than the others. Medicare-provided boxes cannot be resold, and so are boxes that are damaged, expired, or with broken seals. Any box of a reasonably well-known brand, in good condition, and with an expiration date that is at least 6 months away (boxes expiring in 3 – 6 months may be resold but for a cheaper price) is acceptable.
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If you’re asking who would probably buy your diabetes test strips, there will be many dealers out there. These people purchase diabetes test strips to make a profit, of course, but in the end result is one and the same: diabetics who can’t afford to buy these supplies can get them at a discount, if not for free. Dealers will often donate the boxes to shelters or a portion of their profit to charities for diabetic patients. You would definitely want to get to know your dealer first, so shop around a bit before actually calling someone! As a repeat customer, you may even get special deals. Before choosing a dealer, do a little research. Find the one that offers the most generous price for your test strips and will send payment quickly, with plenty of of ways for you to get in touch with them. Can you call them on a toll-free number? Review their FAQ page and Terms & Conditions. Will they reimburse your shipping costs? Lastly, call them up and try to get a vibe of the person you’re selling to.