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The best deals on hearing aids right now

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Hear ye, hear ye...this guide has some real deals in it!
Theo Thimou | September 25, 2021

Some 48 million Americans are believed to have some degree of hearing loss, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America. Unfortunately, that loss can take a severe toll on more than just your ears; it can wreak havoc on your emotional and mental health as well.

Too many people put off getting a hearing aid because of the cost. In fact, the HLAA reports that most folks will wait an average of 7 years before seeking the help they need.

Maybe you haven’t gotten a hearing aid because you know they tend to be expensive. Or maybe you have somebody important in your life like an aging parent who needs one. Either way, we put this guide together for you. It offers some quality choices starting at a few hundred bucks per ear!

Save on hearing aids with these deals!

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Costco takes the top spot in the latest Consumer Reports tally of the best places to get a hearing aid. The warehouse club carries hearing products from Philips, Phonak, ReSound and Rexton, alongside its own Kirkland Signature hearing aid.

Kirkland Signature 9.0 premium digital hearing instrument for $1,399.99 a pair

          • Connects easily to most Bluetooth®-compatible devices
          • Stream TV directly from Bluetooth®-enabled TVs
          • Call hands-free in stereo sound – press the button on the hearing aid to answer a call
          • Adjust volume, programs and options from a smartphone with the Easy Line Remote™ app

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Sam’s Club offers about 20 different hearing aid options from several companies including Accent and Liberty Hearing Aid.

Accent personal sound amplification for $379 an ear

Available for left or right.

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HearingDirect sells a wide variety of ready-to-wear hearing aids that don’t require fitting or a hearing test. All hearing aids are backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee, and all customers have access to online audiologists who promise to reply to any questions within 2 business days.

HD 211 digital hearing aid for $299 per ear (or $499 per pair)

This budget hearing aid is best suited to people with mild to moderate hearing loss.

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HD 230 digital hearing aid for $349 per ear (or $628 per pair)

This mid-range in-the-ear hearing aid is similar to the HD 211, but with more bells and whistles like programmable functionality and a push-button to change between 3 volume levels.

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HD 395 hearing aid for $499 per ear (or $898 per pair)

You’ll get premium noise reduction, sound enhancement and feedback management algorithms at a not-so-premium price!

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