Right now, it seems like everyone is looking for ways to curb spending —whether that be clipping a few extra coupons or buying generic items. However, if your little one has food allergies, cost-cutting might seem a little bit harder.
Gina Clowes of Allergy Moms posted a great money saving offer on her Web site. The Center for Anaphylactic support is offering a $5.00 discount on your next EpiPen when you sign up for its automatic renewal program. This center has great resources for people with food allergies and I encourage food allergy parents to check it out here.
To read Gina’s entire entry, click here.
And if your child has a milk protein allergy, and needs an amino-acid based formula, like Neocate, you might want to look into insurance coverage possibilities for formula in your area. Click here for our blog entry on the topic.
What money saving techniques have you been using? We’d love to hear them and post them on our blog.
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