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Free Bayer CONTOUR USB blood glucose meter & 25 Strips

Iggy 396 January 4, 2013 at 02:15 PM in Free / Freebie (9)
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For anyone who has diabetes, Bayer is giving away a FREE CONTOUR USB blood glucose meter and strips!

https://offers.bayerdiabetes.com/...offer.aspx

Enter promo code "300" (w/o the quotes)

If the above link does not work....try this direct one!

https://offers.bayerdiabetes.com/...quest.aspx



I can personally confirm that I already received both my glucose meter along with USB cable AND 25 FREE testing strips. The strips alone cost about $20-$25 for the bottle and the meter ranges in price between $20-$40 dollars.

Sign-up, and a few days later you will get an e-mail confirming your order was sent out!

Good Luck!

P.S. Please do not abuse the offer....some folks really need a meter and strips and this a great way to at least try it out.Wink Oh and BTW, if any of you are thinking of turning around and selling this FREE offer both the box and bottle say NOT FOR RESALE! OMG

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#61
I wish people would stop abusing this - seriously get some ethics people! You're preventing people who need this from getting one. Like me.
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#62
Awesome. I know some of my patients would really like one of these! Thanks!
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#63
OP my mom has diabetes, but is somewhat computer illiterate. How difficult is it to use this device. Want to make sure of this info before I take one for her.
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#64
8 people bought. How? I have been getting error since this afternoon.
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#65
Same thing, needed for one for dad but it keeps giving an error.
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Quote from darcmasta View Post :
OP my mom has diabetes, but is somewhat computer illiterate. How difficult is it to use this device. Want to make sure of this info before I take one for her.
Quite easy in fact!

To test, simply insert strip into slot on side of meter, wait 5 seconds...results are shown and then hit one of three buttons options - 'Before Meal, After Meal, No Mark'

I believe the unit holds up to 2,000 readings. It provides a daily, weekly and monthly average right on the screen itself. It also has a light feature on it so that you can test in the dark. It charges via a wall charger (that is provided in this kit) and it also charges by simply plugging into the PC as well similar to a USB jump drive. Software is a snap to load and read results. Everything can be viewed by day, numbers and in color charts. Data can even be saved to .pdf and either e-mailed or saved directly to jump drive and e-mailed/printed and shared with Doctors

Hope this helps out!
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Quote from gmngvz2svr-20 View Post :
How discreet is the packaging and/or labeling?
Package has a big picture of a Snickers with a line through it.
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#68
THIS IS NOT A HIJACK.....As a person recently diagnosed with "Diabetes" I found the South Beach Diet where you reduce or eliminate simple carbohydrates (ie: processed grains, enriched grains, white flour etc.....) Without getting into boring details, your body simply cannot process these carbs.....and if we ingest said carbs, your body responds with producing insulin in an effort to reduce the spike in blood sugar and after awhile, your body becomes insulin resistant (aka: diabetic). I lost (so far) a total of 29lbs, weaned off 2 hypertension meds and got my blood sugar into the sub 100 range (without the use of medication) all simply by trying to eliminate simple carbs!
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Quote from funkypost View Post :
THIS IS NOT A HIJACK.....As a person recently diagnosed with "Diabetes" I found the South Beach Diet where you reduce or eliminate simple carbohydrates (ie: processed grains, enriched grains, white flour etc.....) Without getting into boring details, your body simply cannot process these carbs.....and if we ingest said carbs, your body responds with producing insulin in an effort to reduce the spike in blood sugar and after awhile, your body becomes insulin resistant (aka: diabetic). I lost (so far) a total of 29lbs, weaned off 2 hypertension meds and got my blood sugar into the sub 100 range (without the use of medication) all simply by trying to eliminate simple carbs!
Unfortunately, changing habits is much harder than popping a pill. Everyone would do well by avoiding simple carbohydrates. Agree completely.
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Quote from washburn12 View Post :
i've been getting the same message as well..been trying for an hour!
same here, is the deal dead?
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#71
Quote from Iggy View Post :
Not necessary true.....I am not a fat slob! Its simply the genetics that run in my family. I eat very well...keep my carbs to a minimum (120-150 grams per day) and exercise 30 minutes to an 1 hour EACH day. Its a struggle admittedly sometimes but no more difficult than anything else in life. Once you get into a routine, its actually quite easy to keep on track!
No need to explain yourself OP. The comment shows how immature the poster is. Fact is a lot of people don't realize how being overweight isn't the only reason to be diagnosed with diabetes. Sometimes it is inherited genetically as you said.

Btw, funny guy correct your grammar. Someone isn't fat, they are overweight because they have fat.
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#72
thank you & repped
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#73
Site's locked up... Would have been nice to get 1 new reliable meter, to replace the 2 semi-functional ones my wife refuses to stop using
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#74
I have the Revel pump and the Next version of this meter that transmits the results to it. Awesome system. It seems quite accurate. The Next meter uses different strips, however. I did use the meter briefly before switching to the Next version when it came out.
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#75
Thanks OP!!!! Sorry to hear that there's still the selfish inconsiderate abusers of the deal while it can benefit a lot of people.
Also sorry to hear of the ignoramus who could only think of diabetes = "fat slob," or another immature joke. -_-
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