Pompano Beach FL, December 1, 2011 – Starting today, American Diabetes Wholesale is dropping their shipping rates to provide additional savings to their customers during the holiday season. Most orders shipped within the United States under $100 will now qualify for their holiday promotion of just $3.95. American Diabetes Wholesale’s FREE standard shipping is still available to orders of $100 or more that are shipped within the continental United States.
"This is just another way to help our customers stretch their funds a little more during the holiday season. Our pricing structure is set up to be as competitive as possible for the thousands of diabetes and medical supplies we provide to our customers. We are now taking that philosophy to our shipping rates during the holiday season", says Vice-President and Co-founder Chris Maguire.
The reduction in freight charges applies to American Diabetes Wholesale’s standard shipping method, which covers orders that weigh less than two pounds and are shipped within the United States.
About American Diabetes Wholesale
American Diabetes Wholesale (ADW) is a diabetic supply mail order company that is dedicated to keeping diabetes management affordable. ADW is focused on helping customers effectively manage their disease by providing one of the largest selections of diabetes-related products, fast service, significant discounts and support for customers who have health insurance, as well as the uninsured. ADW takes a leading role in diabetic education through Destination Diabetes, an informational component of the ADW website featuring tips and advice from diabetes and nutrition experts, diabetic recipes and more. ADW is involved in and supports the diabetes community and organizations that further diabetes education and research.
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