A Good Surprise in the Mail today.

You all know I love getting free supplies. I've been getting these diabetes magazines lately free from Riteaids and Walgreens (The are free for the taking back by the pharmacy) Anyway, these magazines are a great source for coupons for store branded products and they often have inserts with promotional offers. In February, I sent off two of these promo cards for a FREE Freestyle Lite meter kit, not really knowing if I would actually receive them or not. Today they came. Complete with 10 strips each, lancets and you guessed it... control solution. LOL

I have a couple more of these inserts... I'm going to send them! LOL

:o) You can't beat free. :o)

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Comment by Christina Luis on March 31, 2009 at 2:19pm
Hi Sylvia,
I got Maddy a freestyle lite through Abbots website. I also got her a one touch mini through One Touch's website. They both came w/10 strips and control solution. ~8:o) I love Free Stuff too! Maybe we need to have a list (or a group) where we can promote Free STuff!
Comment by Sylvia on March 31, 2009 at 2:29pm
Actually there is one...I started it a couple months ago... Strategic Savers... Lots of coupons and free stuff to get there... and I show you how to use coupons and rebates to get additional stuff free.

http://www.tudiabetes.com/group/strategicsavers
Comment by Sloane on March 31, 2009 at 6:38pm
I thought you might want to look at this:

http://tudiabetes.com/forum/topics/freestyle-and-freestyle-lite-1

It says that the Freestyle Lite meter and test strips have been recalled. I hope you're not affected! (It's so great to get free stuff, especially with the expenses of diabetes!)

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