Glucose meter test strips do not have standard pricing and the same brand can be up to 10 dollars more from one supplier to the next. However, purchasing glucose meter test strips online is often the most inexpensive way to buy them. The most important thing to consider is what brand of glucose meter you have, because most test strips must be of the same brand as the meter you are using.
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Omnis Embrace No Code
Omnis Embrace No Code brand glucose meter test strips average between £7 and £9 for a box of 50. As of 2010, Diatic Medical advertises a box of 50 for £7.60. BPI Medical Supply advertises the same brand and count for £9.0. At these prices, the consumer pays on average between 23 and 28 cents for each test strip.
Prestige Smart System
Prestige Smart System brand glucose meter test strips average between £9 and £10 for a box of 50. As of 2010, American Diabetes Wholesale advertises a box of 50 for £9.70 and Total Diabetes Supply advertises their Prestige brand box of 50 for £10.30. At these prices, the consumer pays on average between 30 and 32 cents per test strip.
Invacare Prestige Smart System
A box of 50 Invacare Prestige Smart System Blood Glucose test strips average in price between £10 and £13. As of 2010, Diatic Medical advertises this brand and count for £9.80. BPI Medical Supply advertises this brand and count for £12.40. At these prices, the consumer pays between 30 and 38 cents per test strip.
As of 2010, Diatic Medical also advertises a box of 50-count Wavesense Keynote glucose test strips for £9.60, which averages out to about 30 cents per test strip. However, this brand seems to be more expensive at other suppliers; therefore, this low price may only be available at Diatic Medical.
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