Eligible Privately Insured Patients can receive a FREE CONTOUR®NEXT ONE blood glucose meter with minimum 50-count CONTOUR®NEXT test strip purchase

Simple to use. Simple to get.

We're committed to helping you simplify your life with diabetes. That is why we made it so simple for eligible privately insured patients to get free CONTOUR®NEXT ONE meter.

All you have to do is:
  • Be a private or commercially insured patient. Government health beneficiaries are not eligible to participate in this offer
  • Fill out the information below
  • Click the SUBMIT button
  • Print your coupon and bring it to your local pharmacy with a prescription from your Doctor (or simply have your doctor call in the prescription)
  • Purchase minimum 50-count CONTOUR®NEXT test strip at the pharmacy
  • Get your free* CONTOUR®NEXT ONE meter

Limitations and restrictions apply. Limit one meter per person. Void where prohibited by law.

This offer is not valid for participants eligible for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicaid, Medicare drug benefit plan, Tricare of other federal or state health programs.

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1. Ascensia Diabetes Care. Data on File. Q2 2020 dQ&A US Diabetes Connections Quarterly Patient Survey. Data collected from June 1 through June 15, 2021.

* Not a guarantee of coverage and payment. A doctor's prescription is required for Medicare coverage and patients must meet Medicare eligibility coverage criteria. Coverage and payment may be subject to coinsurance, deductible and patient eligibility requirements. Visit to learn more about Medicare plans and coverage.

** Offer valid for eligible privately insured patients only. Purchase of CONTOUR®NEXT Test Strips required. Limitations and restrictions apply.

† #1 Brand in Medicare Patient Satisfaction claim is from data collected from June 8 through June 15, 2020.

‡ Check with your insurance provider as they may provide a lower cost option.
The information brought to you by Ascensia Diabetes Care US Inc. provides general information. It is not intended to be used as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and should not replace the advice of your Healthcare Provider.