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Crossrope Is Now FSA and HSA Eligible

We believe getting in shape should be easily accessible, and we’re always looking for new ways to bring Crossrope to more people. That's why we’ve teamed up with TrueMed to provide the ability to use your Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) towards Crossrope.

Follow the steps below to get started and see if you qualify for up to 40% savings.*

Add Your Product(s) To Cart

Sign Out of Services Like "Shop Pay"

Select TrueMed As Your Payment Option

Pay With HSA/FSA or Personal Credit Card


If you pay with your HSA/FSA card, there’s no other work required (TrueMed will send paperwork to ensure compliance). If you pay with your personal credit card, TrueMed will send you reimbursement instructions.



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*How can I save up to 40%?

By paying with your HSA or FSA, money that would be paid in taxes can be used for qualifying health and wellness purchases.

When you spend with your bank account, you pay taxes first, resulting in 30-40% fewer dollars to spend with.

When you spend from your HSA or FSA account, you pay no taxes on this money - resulting in a net savings of 30-40% to use on purchases!


What is an HSA/FSA account?

What is Truemed?

Truemed partners with merchants and brands to enable qualified customers to use HSA/FSA funds on qualified products and services that are used to treat, mitigate, or prevent a diagnosed medical condition. Truemed partners with a network of individual practitioners who evaluate customers’ eligibility and issue Letters of Medical Necessity to qualifying customers, thereby saving customers money on legitimate medical expenditures.

Truemed is backed by best-in-class investors, including functional medicine pioneer Mark Hyman and founders from Thrive Market, Eight Sleep and Levels.

What does Truemed look like in action?

Reimbursement flow video walk through

Payment integration flow video walk through

How does using my HSA/FSA account save me money?

HSA/FSA accounts were created so individuals could use pre-tax money to pay for expenses used to treat, mitigate, or prevent a diagnosed medical condition. Because HSA/FSAs use pre-tax money, you’re getting more purchasing power for your dollars. Rather than pay taxes on income and then spend it on health items, qualified customers can use pre-tax funds to invest in their health.

An individual can contribute up to $3,850 pretax to their HSA per year, or $7,750 for a family (plus an additional $1,000 if you are at least 55 years old Individuals can contribute up to $3,050 pretax to their FSA per year (with an additional $500 in employer contributions allowed). Almost every qualified individual will save between $1,000 and $2,000, depending on their state and tax rate.

What is a Letter of Medical Necessity?

In order to determine whether certain products or services are legitimate expenses for treating, mitigating, or preventing a diagnosed medical condition, HSA/FSA plan administrators often require a letter from a licensed practitioner. This letter is called a “Letter of Medical Necessity.”

I don’t have an HSA/FSA. Can I still benefit from Truemed?

I don’t live in the US. Can I still get reimbursed with Truemed?

Can I use my HSA/FSA card at checkout?

Can I use my regular credit card at checkout?

How long does it take for me to receive my Letter of Medical Necessity?

If I am not approved, what happens?

If you do not qualify, you are able to reapply for HSA/FSA spending at a later date.

I don’t have enough funds in my HSA/FSA account to cover the entire purchase. Can I still use Truemed?

You can occasionally request a split invoice from the merchant that you are making a purchase from, but like your normal bank account, you generally need to have the funds to cover the purchase to avoid a rejection.

What if my HSA/FSA payment is rejected by my administrator?

Please contact us at [email protected] so we can help you troubleshoot the issue. HSA/FSA plan administrators often have detailed requirements, so it may be as simple as re-issuing your Letter of Medical Necessity using the administrator’s form.

What if I haven’t contributed to my HSA/FSA. Will I still be able to maximize my savings?

For most Americans, open enrollment is in the last four months of the year. Simply elect to increase contributions to your HSA or FSA during this time and you can begin shopping with Truemed merchant partners. Starting on January 1st, qualified individuals will be able to spend their entire HSA or FSA amount on products that a licensed practitioner recommends to treat, mitigate, or prevent a specific, diagnosed medical condition. These funds will be pulled from your paycheck, prior to tax withholding, by your HSA/FSA administrator in equal installments through the year.