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Updated: Hearing Aid Prices

By January 14, 2008

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Updated the article on hearing aid prices, with new information added. Do you think hearing aids today are too expensive? Have you struggled to pay for hearing aids?




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January 14, 2008 at 9:16 pm
(1) C says:

FYI, some or most of blue cross/blue shield’s coverage now covers hearing aid up to 1K for children up to 18 yrs of age.

January 14, 2008 at 9:32 pm
(2) mcconnell says:

Hearing aids generally average around 1700. Digital hearing aids are a bit higher. Mine is a digital hearing aid that I bought 10 years ago for about $2000. That’s the equivalent of about $18 per month. Only had to repair it once costing me $300. Still, even if you had it for 5 years it’d be the equivalent of $35 per month, which is cheaper than most cable or satellite tv bill that so many of you have.

January 15, 2008 at 10:08 am
(3) Peachlady says:

My hearing aid costs me $800.00 in 2006(not digital). My audiologist recommended me not to get a digital hearing aid. I am glad I don’t have to spend $1200 extra.

January 23, 2008 at 12:30 am
(4) Fred K says:

Please shop a bit before you buy… I love my aids and got a great deal on EBay… I know it take a “leap of faith” to send that much money on a promise, but I saved half off what a store front would have charged and have had the warranty honored without a problem… (FYI…your results may vary)

January 23, 2008 at 2:57 am
(5) deaf single says:

Your reommend is good! Thanks!

January 23, 2008 at 9:22 am
(6) Alyssa says:

I also have digital hearing aids I bought back in 2002 for $3000 and it’s only one hearing aid. I do wish it was cheaper but digitial hearing aids helped me hear better than the regular ones. I still have it today after 6 years and it still works fine. I paid $100 a year for insurance and if it gets damage or needs repair, the insurance can repair it or replace it free.

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