I recently changed infusion sets, (From Silhouette to Quick-Set), and I have a ton of left over silhoutte boxes.  Does anyone know where I can sell these?  I know ebay has a policy against it, so I don't want to go there.  I spent a lot of money on these and I'd like to at least get SOMETHING back for them!  Any info would be greatly appreciated!

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i dont know.. i threw out about 10 or 12 quicksets which i regret now that im on them again... but yea i dont think you can sell them anywhere
Donate them to insulin pumpers since it is illegal to sell them.
See if your neighborhood has a Diabetes Center. I'm sure they would take donations. If there isn't one close maybe you can mail it to the closest big city that has a Diabetes Center. But if you want to actually sell it and not donate it, I guess you need a buyer that has a prescription. Maybe someone here on Tudiabetes with a prescription will PM you.
Selling anything on TuD that requires an Rx is prohibited.

Doesn't matter if a buyer anywhere has an Rx. It's not legal to resell.
I never knew that. Thanks for clarifying. So i guess donating to a Diabetes Center is still a good idea.
People aren't allowed to give away perscription supplies here either, but donating to a center is a great idea!
You should definitely donate. There are so many diabetics with out insurance. I know you'd like to get your money back , I don't blame ya, but it would do a lot of good.

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