【Industry】3 Tips For Saving Money On A Portable Oxygen Concentrator

2015-05-25 12:00




3 Tips For Saving Money On A Portable Oxygen Concentrator

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All types of medical equipment can be expensive, so why not try to find a good deal on a portable oxygen concentrator? Today we will lay out three different ways that can help you find a better deal on a POC.

1. Look Around On Sites Such As Craigslist and eBay

Always make sure and checkout these sites as you may come across a steal. In a previous post, we outlined things to look for when buying a used oxygen concentrator, so be sure to keep those tips in mind. It is possible that a reputable company may have overstocked a particular unit or is trying to get rid of older inventory, so if you have looked at the previous advice on buying a used unit, and everything clears out, take the plunge – you just found yourself a great deal!

2. Check Out Companies Social Media Accounts

Did you know that sometimes companies will offer exclusive deals on their social networking sites, such as Facebook? If you “Like” a company on Facebook that sells portable oxygen concentrators, you might be able to snag one of their exclusive offers that are only available to customers who follow them on social media, so go ahead and give them a “Like”.

3. Get A Good Deal On A Portable Oxygen Concentrator During A Holiday

Holidays are a time when companies offer up specials such as a Thanksgiving sale or a Fourth of July blowout sale. By frequently checking a company’s websites and social media accounts during holidays, you may be able to get a great deal on a new or used portable oxygen concentrator. In the past, companies have even had specials during “fun” holidays such as “National Talk Like A Pirate Day”. There is no harm in checking in with companies around holidays to see if they have any specials going, you may just land yourself a great deal.

If you follow these three steps, there is a great chance that you can land yourself a good deal on a POC, whether it is a new unit or a used unit.

Good Luck for you ;)