Exploring Diabetes Test Strips for Sale
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 these strips knows, diabetic test strips are not very cheap to buy. Are you aware too that thousands of diabetics out there are struggling with financial constraints and could not afford these supplies? There are fortunately organizations that give them what they need, and you can participate in their efforts to provide assistance.
Perhaps, when you were pregnant, you were using these strips to test your blood sugar; now that you aren’t, you may have an extra unopened box stashed in your room somewhere. Maybe you have a loved one who has been moved to a facility, and he or she left a few unopened boxes that will no longer be used. Or maybe you decided to switch brands before you could open one more box of your old brand. Those extra unopened, unexpired test strips boxes you have can be easily sold for cash! Of course, you have to know a few things before you start looking for a buyer.
The Key Elements of Great Supplies
One, not all brands are equal in terms of demand. Medicare-provided boxes cannot be resold, and so are boxes that are damaged, expired, or with broken seals. Any box that is in good condition, not expiring in less than 6 months (boxes that will expire in 3-6 months can be resold but at a cheaper rate), and of a popular brand is sellable.
What Research About Resources Can Teach You
If you’re asking who would probably buy your diabetes test strips, there will be many dealers out there. These people are in business to make money, of course, but at the end of the day, the result is the same: diabetics who needs your supplies but can’t afford them will be able to get them, either at a discount or totally free. Dealers usually give a percentage of their profit to charities for diabetes, or donate the boxes directly to shelters.
Surely, you’d want to get to know your dealer first before you do business with them, so feel free to shop around before calling someone! If you become a repeat customer, you could even get special pricing consideration.
Before you choose a dealer, do some research. Look for the one that gives you the most generous price for your boxes and will send payment promptly, with lots of ways for you to contact them. Can you call them on a toll-free number? Review their FAQ page and Terms & Conditions. Will you be reimbursed you for shipment? Finally, call them up and get a feel of who they are.