My daughter has been on omnipod system for 5 years now. Just want to make sure everyone is knows about the Freestyle Promise Program. It's free and it limits CO-pay on test strips to $15 per month. It's saved us a lot of money.
https://www.myfreestyle.com/freestyle-promise.html

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It doesn't limit the copay to $15 a month, it takes off a max of $50 of your copay down to a minimum payment of $15. We pay loads for insurance but still have high copays on test strips so our Copay is $100, the program takes it down to $50. Savings is savings I suppose. If your copay is $50 then it's only going take away $35.

Thank you for sharing the link on this. It will help save me a bit of cash. Likely more as my insurance will changes next month or the month after next, I think.

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