Update: 9/24/2018: The winners of the mySugr Bundle giveaway have been notified, mySugr has been contacted and the giveaway is now closed.
DISCLOSURE: This is a sponsored post - mySugr is the sponsor.
If I didn’t think mySugr Bundle was a good option for people living with diabetes to consider, I wouldn’t have given up my time, bandwidth, my actual blood, or agreed to host 2 giveaways.
As always, all thoughts are mine and mine alone own.
The folks at mySugr reached out to me and some other Diabetes Bloggers a few months ago re: the mySugr Bundle.
Here’s Why I Said Yes
- mySugr makes diabetes suck less - I dig that.
- mySugr bundle is a good product at a good price.
- This is important to my heart. The Diabetes Online (and Offline) Community has always helped me, and I like and truly believe in paying-it-forward to my friends, readers, and everyone living with diabetes when it comes to helpful diabetes options, information, and cool D giveaways.
- Also: I’m all about people with diabetes having access to diabetes options -as in having lots of them.
- Speaking of options - I need more. As in my insurance always seems to be changing what they will and won’t cover - including test strips - how many strips they will cover per month VS how many strips I know I need, living in fear that they will change and no longer cover my RX. For me, good alternatives and back-up plans are crucial.
- Every 3 months I have to call my DME supplier because they refuse to automatically refill my 3 month RX unless we talk. It’s a 45 minute anxiety filled phone call with me having to explain, and by “explain,” of course I mean fight for my full amount of test strips. My diabetes isn’t going anywhere, nor is my need to check my blood sugars between 8 and 11 times per day, every day. Also: EXHAUSTING & requires a lot of coin and time.
- Scott Johnson is my awesome friend of over 10 years. Sarah K "Sugabetic" is my awesome friend of 8 years. I trust them.
mySugr Bundle Standouts
The cost. It’s affordable. $39.95 per month and includes unlimited test-strips that automatically ship out without a phone call.
The app is easy.
mySugr Coaching. I have a CDE that I work very closely with and whose services are covered by my insurance.
I know first hand how valuable working with a CDE is - I know how lucky I am that my insurance covers my CDE visits… at least for now.
Many PWDs don’t have the benefit, funds, or access to a Certified Diabetes Educator because their insurance doesn’t cover CDE visits. That SUCKS.
I love that mySugr offers access to highly trained CDEs and on an unlimited bases, via mySugr Coach and I think it's great that more people will have access to CDEs via digital diabetes care, thus making diabetes suck less. See what I did there ;)
The mySugr Bundle Giveaway Part of the Post
If you leave a comment on this blog post, you will automatically be entered in the mySugr Bundle Diabetesaliciousness Giveaway.
2 winners will be chosen and you have until Thursday, September 20th to leave comment.
The 2 winners will be announced on Friday, September 21st.
What You Win
Each winner will receive a mySugr Bundle.
Each Bundle includes
One 6 month subscription to the mySugr Bundle program - with unlimited strips in the 6 month subscription time frame and immediate and upgraded access to mySugr Pro and mySugr Coach.
One mySugr Bundle Starter Kit, (a $213 value,) which includes:
1 Accu-chek Guide Meter System
250 Test Strips
1 FastClix lancing device
1 box of 102 lancets
1. You can’t already be an existing customer of the mySugr Bundle program.
2. If you are insured by any government healthcare program, including , but not limited to Medicare or Medicaid, you cannot participate in the giveaway.
3. You must be a U.S. resident.