Listen up guys and gals that served your country so valiantly; it is out there for the asking, you just have to go get it. Take some good advice from the Commander and Chief.
Although I have a great insurance and health plan, 2 years ago I decided to sign up with the Vets as a just in case, if I ever needed it as a back-up plan. Was that a brilliant move or what!!
It is so easy, even a Swabby can do it. LOLOLOLO – just a Jar Head bustin balls folks. That is what we do.
Although I got out 58 years ago, it didn’t matter. A Vet can sign up anytime.
This is the route:
To apply for VA health care benefits, including enrollment you must fill out an application for enrollment, VA Form 10-10EZ. You may obtain this form by one of the following means: Online – Apply online at VA’s VETS.GOV website. By Telephone – Call toll-free number at 877-222-VETS (8387)
I will give you three good reasons why being eligible at the right time pays off in spades; $OLDI – MULLA – MONEY.
Recently I had an experience where I needed a high-priced drug Eliquis that was very expensive, to the tune of 1,000’s a month with no insurance. (Eliquis and the other drug companies that are raping the consumers should be ashamed of themselves) BUTT they are not. Even with my insurance it would cost in the hundreds. The light went on. Let me try the Vets.
It is covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, but some pharmacy coupons or cash prices may be lower. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of Eliquis is around $424.65, 19% off the average retail price of $526.54
11.00 per prescription. Many prescriptions are cheaper than that. You earned it, why not be on the receiving end??
If served and were honorably discharged, you can also avail yourself of this benefit and many more. The bennies is endless.
Get your lazy ass off the couch and go sign up. You can do most of it over the internet. If and when you need it, you will be glad you made the move when you did.
Do not procrastinate. A very wise lady once told me; the devil is always waiting around the corner. She was right.
Semper Fi to all that are serving and have served. Without you, we would be eating with chop sticks or sucking down German Borscht.
A word to the WISE should be sufficient!! Key word – WISE.
Remember one of my most recent post regarding the American’s Best eye ware. If you are a vet and need an adjustment on your goggles, go to American’s Best, the service is free. You can not bet that price.
If you need glasses:
There is NO scam with this ad. It is just as it is printed. The basic plan is 69.95$ for 2 pair, including the exam.
Thanks for your service.