How to Save at FSAstore.com
Have you heard about our Secret Savings Week? Savings extend throughout the week at FSAstore.com, but you'll need to sign up or check your email to access your Secret Savings promo codes!
1. Sign up for an FSA. The first step to savings is signing up for a Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Signing up for an FSA occurs during benefits open enrollment at your company. Open enrollment season is right now, so it's likely that you'll be enrolling soon. While we would love to help you with your FSA questions, we do not have access to your actual account information (balance details, claims or deadline info). Your FSA benefits administrator or HR department can help with any questions regarding your FSA.
2. Savings from an FSA. You can save up to 40% by using your FSA when you at FSAstore.com.
3. Sign up for email/Check your email.
- If you sign up for email today on FSAstore.com, you'll get 5% off for joining us!
- If you already get our emails, stay on the lookout for more great discounts, special deals, and deadline reminders.
4. Shop for only FSA eligible products
Our site was designed with you in mind. Yes, if you have an FSA, you can shop here for thousands of FSA eligible products.
5. Use your FSA card or a major credit card.
For your convenience, you can use any FSA debit and major credit cards on our site. You won't have to worry about submitting paperwork to your FSA administrator, if you're given an FSA card. It's best to check with your FSA administrator to see whether you'll be given an FSA card, or if you have to submit receipts for reimbursement. If you don't have an FSA card, you can still shop our site with a credit card and print an itemized receipt for submit for FSA reimbursement to your FSA administrator.
- What the Red Checkmark means? These products are always FSA eligible. You can use an FSA card or a credit card to purchase them.
- What the Rx means? These products are still FSA eligible, but require a prescription (IRS regulations) to get FSA reimbursement. You can buy these with an FSA card, if you have a prescription. If you don't have a prescription, you must use a credit card.