Use Your End-of-Year FSA Funds on Blink Meds

Get the most out of your Flexible Spending Account dollars before they disappear. Fill (or refill!) with Blink before your plan year ends.

Remember way back during open enrollment, when you opted in to your employer’s Flexible Spending Account (FSA)? Have you been using it to pay for qualified medical expenses, like copays, deductibles, prescriptions and more?

We hope so. Because, in many cases, those funds don’t roll over from year to year.

If your plan year coincides with the calendar year, the clock is ticking!

FSAs function on a “use it or lose it” basis. Meaning, if your plan year restarts on January 1st, the funds you’ve been contributing over the past year may no longer be available for you to use. Some FSAs allow a certain amount of unused funds to be carried over into the next plan year, or include a short grace period in which you can spend those funds in the next plan year.

Remember: medications you purchase through Blink can be paid for or reimbursed by your FSA. And when you purchase through Blink, you can get more for your money; we offer savings on over 15,000 medications.

Here are two ways to get the most value out of your FSA dollars with Blink:

  • Use your FSA funds to re-up on any refills you’re due for through Blink — before the end of the plan year.
  • Use your FSA funds to purchase prescriptions through Blink for your spouse or any dependents you claim on your taxes.

Savings based on comparisons between Blink Health prices and retail prices without Rx coverage. Blink Health is not insurance. The discount prescription drug provider is Blink Health Administration, LLC, 233 Spring Street, 8th Floor East, New York, NY 10013, (844) 366–2211, www.blinkhealth.com