One Touch, FreeStyle and Accu-Chek offer free blood glucose meters to diabetics, according to GoodRx. Each has different requirements for qualifying for a free meter. Accu-Check also offers a free meter upgrade to the Accu-Chek Aviva Plus to any individual currently using the Accu-Chek Advantage meter.
To qualify for a free meter from FreeStyle, you must become a member of the Freestyle Promise Program, states GoodRx. Signing up for the Promise Program requires filling out a questionnaire on the FreeStyle website, which includes questions regarding your name, contact information, insulin use and insurance information, if you have insurance, according to FreeStyle. If preferred, you may also call the FreeStyle help line for assistance, reports the GoodRx.
OneTouch offers a free OneTouch-Verio IQ or OneTouch Verio meter to qualifying individuals, notes GoodRx. An individual must submit an application on the OneTouch website that requires filling in your contact information, and information on your diabetes such as the brand of your current meter and how long you've had it, reports OneTouch.
Accu-Chek offers a certificate for a free Accu-Check Nano Smartview system and meter skin, according to the Accu-Check website. To get the free certificate, fill out the questionnaire, which includes questions on how you manage your diabetes and your current meter, on the Accu-Chek website. Accu-Check also has a help line for those who wish to call instead, states GoodRx.