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Extra Diabetic Test Strips Can Earn You Money


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Most diabetics experience the same situation I’m about to talk about. They wind up with many extra boxes of test strips they do not need. This happens for various reasons. Sometimes you have to try different brands and meters before you can find one that works best for you. Maybe you are testing less times each day. There is also the situation where a loved one has passed and you have many unused boxes.

Regardless of the reason it seems foolish and wasteful to just throw perfectly good boxes in the garbage. Instead you can actually make some money by selling your extra test strips.

Is This Legal?
Sell them you may ask? Is it ok for me to sell these? Well as long as you are the rightful owner you can do whatever you want with them. Diabetic test strips can be purchased by anyone without a prescription from a doctor. That’s right; you don’t even have to be a diabetic. They will be more than happy to take your money.

There is one case in which you can’t sell your test strips even it they are yours. Diabetic test strips that have been provided to you via Medicare or Medicaid can not be sold. This would be breaking the law so please do not even try to sell them.

What Test Strips Can I Sell?
Ok so let’s get to the good stuff on how you can make some extra money by selling your diabetic test strips.

First and foremost the boxes must be factory sealed. That basically mean you have not yet opened them. Second make sure the test strips are not expired yet. You should not sell expired test strips. If you want to use the expired strips that is your choice. Also to sell your test strips they must have an expiration date 90 days or more from today.

The condition of the boxes also dictates if you can sell them and how much you can get. Boxes that are dented and ripped will not bring the same money as ones in new condition.

If there is a prescription label attached to the box, do not try to remove it. You can still sell the boxes. If you feel uncomfortable with your personal information on the label just cross it out with a marker. Buyers have learned how to remove these labels without tearing the boxes. So don’t fret your personal information will not be circulated around.

There are basically two flavors of diabetic test strip boxes on the market: Retail and mail order. The only difference is the color and/or style of the boxes. Both retail and mail order have the same test strips in the box. One way to spot the mail order boxes is you will see some messages on the box like “not for retail sale”, “mail order only” etc. , but you can still sell these but not from a retail outlet.

What Do I Do Next?

Quite a few buyers will also require that you have more that 5 boxes since the transaction is not worth their effort. One place that will accept as little as two boxes is www.SellMyDiabeticTestStrips.com
Oh, I almost forgot to tell you how much money you will be getting. The prices vary based on the brand and also the number of test strips per box. As you would guess a box of 100 gets twice the dollars as a box of 50. To get a full quote go to www.SellMyDiabeticTestStrips.com now.

If you have a PayPal account we will pay you cash the same day as the test strips arrive. Otherwise we will send you a check within 24 hours of receiving them. You will also be reimbursed for the shipping costs. Ok so what are you waiting for, go get your cash!

Statistics About Diabetes


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Diabetes affects an estimated 23.6 million people in the US (90 percent to 95 percent have type 2 diabetes) – 17.9 million have been diagnosed, but 5.7 million are unaware they have the disease. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) and the American Diabetes Association, those affected include:

  • 11.5 million US women (10.2 percent of all women age 20 years and older)
  • 12 million US men (11.2 percent of all men age 20 years and older)
  • 186,300 people under age 20
  • 12.2 million adults over age 60
  • 3.7 million African Americans (14.7 percent of all African Americans age 20 years and older)
  • 2.5 million Hispanic/Latino Americans (9.5 percent of all Hispanic/Latino Americans)

14.9 million Caucasian Americans (9.8 percent of all Caucasian

  • Americans age 20 years and older)

According to the most recent statistics, diabetes was the sixth leading cause of death, and the fifth leading cause of death from disease in 2007. Diabetes costs $116 billion annually in direct medical costs. Diabetes costs $58 billion annually in indirect costs (loss of work, disability, loss of life).

Famous People Who Are Diabetics


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Here’s a list of some people you may know that are diabetics.

Delta Burke – Actress (Designing Women) Miss Florida; Miss USA

Jack Benny – Comedian

Halle Berry – Actress (Monster’s Ball, X-Men, Die Another Day)

James Cagney – Actor (Public Enemy, Angels With Dirty Faces, Yankee Doodle Dandy)

Dick Clark – Entertainer, television producer

Jackie Gleason – Actor (The Honeymooners, Smokey and the Bandit, The Hustler)

Jerry Mathers – Actor (Leave it to Beaver)

Larry King – Talk show host

Della Reese – Actress, singer (Touched by an Angel)

Ben Vereen – Actor, performer, humanitarian

Mae West – Actress (My Little Chickadee, I’m No Angel)