This post is sponsored by SingleCare but all opinions are my own.
Hi friends. This Fall has been treating the Harris family quite well, for now anyways. In New England, there are two phases of Fall. The 60-degree pumpkin spice, blanket scarf, ripped leggings phase. Then there’s the 35 degree breezy Fall weather, where you wish it was July again. The seasons in New England go so fast that you don’t have time to enjoy it for more than 3 weeks. Ironically the cold weather always seems to want to stick around more. With the shift in changes of temperatures that means we get those nasty colds or even flu-like symptoms earlier that we can’t shake off. That’s why today I’m sharing all about SingleCare and how to get savings on prescriptions, dental, vision, and even on-demand virtual doctor visits. Plus you can even save on the flu shot and generic Tamiflu! Who doesn’t need that?
Combatting flu season in New England
I’m one that never gets sick unless it’s from A. Since he’s in kindergarten now it’s easier for him to catch those pesky germs for other kids his age which in turn end up being an illness or better yet the flu. I suffer from asthma which first seems like a cold so I am more likely to catch the flu. That’s why SingleCare is a great easy service. Being out of commission doesn’t go well when having a rambunctious five-year-old.
With SingleCare you are still able to save money without worrying about how much you will be spending on medications or even pesky immunizations you didn’t think you will need. Even when having insurance sometimes they will not pay for certain medications or it’s harder to get approval. I used to have that issue when I had state insurance and would need to get another prescription for my asthma medication Albuterol, or if my doctor wanted to try another brand that was stronger insurance wouldn’t cover it since I already had one medication in hand. One necessary medication needed for asthma.
The best part is you can use SingleCare at so many different locations like Target, CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Walmart, Kroger and so many more.
If you’re one that normally gets sick, the kiddos get sick or need a better way to get discounts and affordable prescriptions SingleCare is definitely a service you need to start using.
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