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CMRB asked this question on 01-20-2022 at 11:08 AM
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Yes, HSA and FSA eligible
01-21-2022 at 01:05 PM
Yes, but keep in mind if you are getting reimbursed with the new changes this week... you cannot do both legally.
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Looks like out of stock already
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covidtests.gov
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Thanks. Got 4 boxes. Aetna has a pretty streamlined claims process for reimbursement. Guess we'll see how quick it is.
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Thanks. Got 4 boxes. Aetna has a pretty streamlined claims process for reimbursement. Guess we'll see how quick it is.
Can you please explain the process a bit so I can replicate?
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https://www.covidtests.gov.
Free COVID at home tests.
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Get 4 tests for free on the USPS website instead. These used to be $5 less, sad that in a time of need they gouge further.
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Can you please explain the process a bit so I can replicate?
I am also looking for the same. Can we submit it online?
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Can you please explain the process a bit so I can replicate?
Just Google your health care company name and 'Covid test kit reimbursement' .. You will get the required info
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Wow. Actually in stock at this moment!
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Get 4 tests for free on the USPS website instead. These used to be $5 less, sad that in a time of need they gouge further.
To be fair it's because the Biden admin asked them to sell them "at cost" for a period of time. Then when that expired it went back up in price.
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I am also looking for the same. Can we submit it online?
Unfortunately, the insurance companies are playing the "we weren't ready for this" game. At least with Horizon, getting reimbursed requires printing out forms and sending itemized receipts through the mail. I ordered some of theses tests yesterday, but when I saw the reimbursement process I canceled it. Apparently eventually you'll be able to just show your insurance card at certain pharmacies and not have to pay any upfront cost, even online. But most insurance companies are probably weeks away from that, at best. Right now the best option seems to be to just order the free tests from the government.
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Get 4 tests for free on the USPS website instead. These used to be $5 less, sad that in a time of need they gouge further.
In September, the White House announced that Walmart, Amazon and Kroger would sell COVID-19 tests at cost for the following three months. But no subsidy was involved, and for most of the first two months, the retailers were often out of stock. Tests available online are often sold by third-party distributors, and Amazon and Walmart said they don't control those prices, so they remain high.

At CVS, which didn't participate in the agreement with the White House, a Quidel kit — which costs $12 wholesale — still sells for $23.99.
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Unfortunately, the insurance companies are playing the "we weren't ready for this" game. At least with Horizon, getting reimbursed requires printing out forms and sending itemized receipts through the mail. I ordered some of theses tests yesterday, but when I saw the reimbursement process I canceled it. Apparently eventually you'll be able to just show your insurance card at certain pharmacies and not have to pay any upfront cost, even online. But most insurance companies are probably weeks away from that, at best. Right now the best option seems to be to just order the free tests from the government.
Keep in mind, the pharmacy has to process them as a prescription to bill your insurance. I highly doubt any pharmacy out there is slow enough that they can prioritize something like a covid test when they've got 50+ real prescriptions due in the next hour or so, plus covid shots, swab testing, etc. I would expect them to make you come back if you want to have them process your insurance for you.

Highly recommend everyone buy them and submit for reimbursement through your insurance.
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