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How much do hearing aids cost?

Hearing aid prices

The average price of one hearing aid can vary between $1,000 and $3,500.

To put this into perspective, over the course of 4 years, a pair of hearing aids (priced at $3,000) each would cost about $5.25 per day, which is approximately the price of a latte.

Hearing aid price comparison table

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By Category

Essential
Per pair

Advanced
Per pair

Premium
Per pair

 Ultimate
Per pair

 
$3.00
Per day
$90 per month
$4.60
Per day
$138 per month
$5.00
Per day
$150 per month
$6.00
Per day
$180 per month
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Loss and Damage Warranty

360° Sound Experience

Telecoil Custom only
Manufacturer's warranty for repairs
1 year 3 years 3 years 3 years
Tinnitus Sound Support
Limited Basic Moderate Maximum
 Background Noise Reduction Basic
Moderate
Maximum
Noise Reduction (Wind/Background)
Limited Basic
Moderate
Maximum
BrainHearing™ Technology Basic
Moderate
Maximum
Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries


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+Note that the star ratings above demonstrate how well each hearing aid price level delivers on various benefits and features. The ratings are provided for illustrative purposes. Ultimate hearing aids based on the following models: Oticon More 1 miniRITE-R; Premium hearing aids based on the following models: Oticon More 2 miniRITE-R; Advanced hearing aids based on the following models Oticon More 3 miniRITE-R; Essential based on the following model: Sonic Captivate 20 R. Please see manufacturer's websites at Oticon  and Sonic or speak with your hearing care provider for complete product details.

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Smart investment

Hearing care is health care. When considering the price of hearing aids, consider the overall life improvement that you can expect. A recent study by Marketing Research, Inc. and the Hearing Industries Association showed that the majority of hearing aid users reported the following benefits:

  • Higher quality of life
  • Improved communication
  • Higher performance at work
  • Increased levels of confidence 

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Leslie Soiles, Chief Audiologist
Dr. Leslie Soiles

Au.D., Doctor of Audiology
Lic. #364, Chief Audiologist, HearingLife

Dr. Leslie Soiles founded HearingLife's Shrewsbury's office (formerly New England Hearing Instruments) in 1996. As a Doctor of Audiology, she has worked with Ear, Nose and Throat Physicians for the first 20 years of her career.

Dr. Soiles serves as Chief Audiologist for HearingLife. Click here to read her complete bio and learn more about her education and background.

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