Here are some other useful resources when navigating sourcing affordable insulin and diabetes supplies. All resources listed here are community sourced and tested, MAD is not sponsored or supported by any of the following companies or products.
Hey Doctor is a telehealth app that is able to provide short term diabetes medication prescription refills for $29 without insurance in the following states:
AZ, CA, CT, FL, GA, IL, IN, MO, MT, NE, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, VT, VA, WA.
Hey Doctor's business hours for appointments are:
Monday-Friday, 7am-4pm PST (10am-7pm EST)Saturday-Sunday, 8am-1pm PST (11am-4pm EST)
GoodRX is a prescription savings platform that can help you find the best price for your medication by searching for coupons and savings cards and also finding which pharmacy near you has the lowest price available. GoodRX is a free service.
Walmart's ReliOn brand has given diabetics in the U.S. affordable options for blood glucose monitoring. This kit is an oldie but a goodie. The kit costs $9 and a 100 count bottle of test strips costs $17.88.
Center Health Duo & Nano testing kits connect to your iPhone or Android. A subscription to their test strip program includes the testing device free of charge. You can purchase unlimited strips per month for $29 in which they send you 150 strips per month to start out and then detect how often you test and send more based on frequency.
Just like the first ReliOn kit, this is one you can rely on! Not only are ReliOn's blood glucose monitoring kits affordable and dependable, their test strips are also the most reasonable on the market. This kit costs $9 and a 100 count bottle of test strips costs $17.88. Both are available at Walmart.
It's important to keep insulin cool, especially when traveling or being sent somewhere. This insulin cooler travel case is insulated and includes two re-freezable ice packs. It costs $13 and is available on Amazon.
Many Costco locations also have a pharmacy that can provide discounted retail prices on certain prescription drugs. You do not have to be a Costco member to use a Costco pharmacy. Many people use Costco to buy Dexcom at retail prices as they tend to be less expensive at Costco than at a regular pharmacy. Search the Costco drug directory here to see current list prices for medications.