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Spend Unused FSA Dollars On Everything In The FSA Store + $15 Off $75 OR $50 Off $200

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Spend those FSA dollars – 4000+ Items 100% Guaranteed to Qualify!

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 benefits 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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Comments 12

  1. ashdlop

    Oh my gosh, I have a couple hundred dollars I have to use from my FSA on vision…. Can I use this online at this website?

    • FSA Store

      Hi there,

      We have an optical site where you can purchase prescription glasses and contact lenses with your FSA card! Here is the link: http://contacts.fsastore.com/

      Since this is a partner site, the coupon codes HIP2SAVE15 and HIP2SAVE50 do not work there. But you can get 10% off a pair of glasses with the coupon code “EYES10” 😉

      Hope that helps!

  2. Melissa

    I’m not sure if everyone else’s FSA account works like mine, but I can’t simply buy these items and use my savings account money on them. I am required to get a doctor’s prescription on each and every item. So sure, I can buy bandaids and other first aid items. I can buy aspirin and heart burn medicin. But if I don’t have an individual prescription ahead of time, buying these items and trying to get reimbursed for them is a waste of time. Mine won’t even let me buy generic Nexium although I do have an Rx for Nexium. The very idea that I have to go to my doctor and have her spend her time writing up Rx forms for all these items is a burdensome for both doctor and patients.

    • FSA Store

      Hi Melissa,

      This is FSA Store here. We wanted to address your concerns and hopefully clear up some confusion around what does and does not require an Rx.

      Over-the-counter products that contain a medicated ingredient (Advil, Benadryl, etc.) DO require a prescription from a doctor for FSA reimbursement, as you said. This is due to regulations set forth in the Affordable Care Act. However, items that don’t contain a medical ingredient (band aids, first aid items, sunscreen, etc.) do NOT require a prescription. So your FSA allows you to purchase more items without a prescription than you might think!

      If you check out FSAstore.com, you will find that we differentiate between the products that don’t require a prescription and the products that do require a prescription. There is a category called “Eligible with Rx” that contains all of the products you do need a doctor’s Rx for, and they have blue “add to cart” buttons. All other products on our site don’t require an Rx and will be automatically approved by your FSA administrator – these products have red “add to cart” buttons.

      This Eligibility List is one of the best one the web and can help you find out what’s covered automatically, what requires a prescription, and more: https://fsastore.com/FSA-Eligibility-List.aspx

      Hope that helps!

  3. Melissa Stone

    This post is misleading….a lot of FSA’s will not cover those type of things…. The most I can buy over the counter with mine are things for first aid treatment. Everything else has to be through a doctor….

  4. Chris

    Yes both of the above posters are right. There was a revision to the FSA rules a few years ago and you can’t just go pick up OTC stuff anymore. You need a Drs RX.

  5. Lynn

    *Please* check the guidelines of your FSA and the IRS guidelines before you start spending money on these things. I worked on spending account claims for an insurance company for years and most of what’s cited in this post wouldn’t have gotten reimbursed or been eligible without a specific medical reason or RX. Granted, its to each their own, but keep in mind were your FSA spending to get audited and things aren’t eligible, they’ll tax the hell outta ya. Just a heads up, I hate seeing people get whapped because of the ridiculously strict guidelines.

    • FSA Store

      Hi Lynn,

      FSA Store here chiming in! You are correct that some items require an Rx or a letter of medical necessity in order to be eligible for FSA reimbursement. We strive to make it easier for consumers to understand what they can and cannot purchase with their accounts, so we have a detailed Eligibility List that shows which products and services can be purchased with an FSA (1) without an Rx, (2) with an Rx, (3) with a letter of medical necessity, and (4) which products/services are not eligible in any circumstance. Our list also has information for other types of accounts, including Limited Care FSA, Dependent Care FSA, HRA, HSA, and more. Hopefully this helps with your end-of-year FSA shopping!

      Here’s the link: https://fsastore.com/FSA-Eligibility-List.aspx?ExpandList=1

  6. Heather

    If you go to your FSA website (our plan has one) it will tell you what you can get. For instance, mine DOES allow the purchase of these items and even has a link for this store straight off their website. I have also used the flex card for contact solution, sunscreen, bandaids, etc. Just be careful, I think someone else pointed out not to ‘stock up’ on tons of the same stuff. But for my FSA it does work.

  7. Miriam

    My plan requires a prescription for all reimbursable medical purchases as well

  8. Bev84

    HIPSAVE15 is expired. have over $100 dollars in cart and code wont go through.

    • Bev84

      The code you have printed on this article is incorrect. I tried HIP2SAVE15 and that went through. It says HIPSAVE15 above.

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