Yes, IV Therapy Is Eligible for FSA.

If you have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA for short), chances are, time is running out for you to burn that cash before you lose it. Yep, that’s right. If you don’t spend your FSA money by the end of the grace period, you lose it. Bummer.

For those unfamiliar, an FSA is an employer-sponsored spending account. You deposit pre-tax dollars into the account, and you can spend that money on a number of health care expenses. It’s kind of like a Health Savings Account (HSA), but with a few big differences—namely, your HSA funds roll over from year to year, so there’s no deadline to spend it all. With an FSA, though, most of your funds expire at the end of the year.

The good news is: You use that balance on a Drip or Booster shot at NutriDrip. Yes, Intravenous Hydration is eligible for FSA. Hooray! Check out the Rehydration solution: FSA Eligibility here.

Here’s how you can get your hands on an FSA-covered IV Drip:

1. Choose your Drip and make an appointment with NutriDrip.

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Or, choose from our range of IV protocols here.

Once you’ve made a decision, head to our online booking platform and reserve your appointment below:

2. Swipe your FSA card at appointment.

Here's the fun part. Instead of swiping your personal bank card at the end of your appointment, use your FSA card, and the balance will be taken right out! Something to keep in mind: Missed appointment fees are not eligible for reimbursement with any consumer-directed healthcare account. Check out our Cancellation Policy here and make sure you’re all set for your appointment.

2. If you don’t have your FSA card, you can request documentation from us.

You can simply request your invoice from us post service, then submit a claim form through your benefits administrator for reimbursement. Simple as that!

So what are you waiting for? FSA balances do not roll over into the next year, so use it or lose it! Book now to prepare yourself for the winter months ahead.