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Spend Those FSA Dollars Before Year End: $15 Off $75 at FSAStore (4000+ Qualifying Items)

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Stock up on personal care products and use up those FSA dollars!

Through December 31st, hop over to FSAstore.com where all you Hip2Save readers can save an additional $15 off a $75 purchase with promo code HIPSAVE15 at checkout, OR get $50 off a $200 purchase when you use promo code HIP2SAVE50 at checkout.

FSA Store is full of personal care and health related items that all meet the qualifications for Flexible Savings Account (FSA) spending guidelines. If your health insurance plan includes a FSA, you may have unused dollars that need to be spent by the end of the calendar year, and this is a great way to do that as every item on the site is 100% guaranteed to be FSA eligible and you can even use your FSA card to pay. Or, if you have a Health Savings Account (HSA), many of these items qualify as well.


 
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 Looking for an easy way to buy? Shop the FSA Store Bundles!

Eye Care Kit $107.99
-Includes 14 different eye care products
Use promo code HIP2SAVE15
Final cost just $92.99 shipped!


Shipping is free on orders $50 or more, otherwise shipping is $5.99.

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Comments 18

  1. Lina

    I used my unused dollars to pay off old medical bills!!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Awesome!

  2. Kate

    Last year when my husband switched companies we had $5,000 (yep, five thousand) in FSA and HSA money to spend. We used fsastore.com to spend it. Bought lots of first aid kids and the best breast pump they had (I wasn’t even pregnant yet) a long with lots of other stuff!!

    If you do use up a lot of HSA/FSA money make sure to keep your receipts because they WILL audit you.

  3. Amanda

    Didn’t know I can use it on personal care items such as sunscreen!!!

    • Beverly

      Be careful! Not every FSA covers OTC items such as sunscreen. Check your plan before ordering. Mine won’t accept sunscreen or aspirin or anything OTC unless it’s for contact lens care.

  4. Adam t

    This is fantastic- happy I found a place to spend without having to second guess if it is eligible. Thanks Hip2save!!!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re most welcome! 🙂

  5. Patricia Ford

    Score!!

  6. DebY

    If you have both FSA and HSA, eligible expenses are different and must come out of correct plan.

    • Momof3divas

      Actually, the expenses are exactly the same. The biggest difference between the 2 plans is that FSA funds are forfeited if not claimed by your Final Filing Date and HSA funds rollover from year to year, otherwise, the only other difference is the maximum contribution limits. I’ve answered these questions a few thousand times since I work for an administrator of the plans. 🙂

  7. 4ella

    I never knew if my insurance offers that! How do I know?

    • Momof3divas

      It’s actually not tied to your insurance. They are usually sponsored by your employer so you would want to check with them.

    • Jan

      Thanks for the clarification. I always second guess our HSA rolling over.

  8. Traci

    I have never ever managed to have leftover money- in fact I’ve used the maximum withholding in February before. The joy of Kids with therapies…

  9. Abby

    Check with your company and local Licensed Massage Therapist, but many of my clients are able to use FSA dollars for massages.

  10. DebY

    A limited purpose FSA covers dental, vision, and other eligible expenses, but not medical or prescription drugs.

    • Momof3divas

      Yep, that’s correct! However, a full Flexible Medical Spending Account has the same eligible expenses as the HSA. The Limited FSA also covers preventive prescriptions such as birth control along with the dental and vision you mentioned.

  11. Jenny

    We had a limited FSA this year for dental and vision only. But I was able to use it for my contact solution.

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