Score a FREE Electric Breast Pump Through Your Insurance (See if You Qualify)

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Expecting? You could score a FREE Breast Pump through your insurance!

It’s that time of year again – that rare time when expecting families can take advantage of one of the best ways to save big bucks for baby now and later!

Especially in today’s world where more and more families are opting for less traditional ways of hosting baby showers, and loved ones may still be socially distanced, the weight (and price tag) of preparing for a new baby may be overwhelming. Fortunately, one of the pricier items that you may be able to cross off your list without spending a dime is an electric breast pump!

Aeroflow can help you get a totally free breast pump through your insurance if you qualify!

This may include breast pumps and accessories from some of the top manufacturers such as Medela, Spectra, Lansinoh, and more! Even better, Aeroflow does all the leg-work for you AND shipping is free – it doesn’t get any better than that! 

Medela Breast Pump box on counter top

Aeroflow makes getting a free breast pump through insurance SO easy!

New parents have plenty to worry about, that’s why Aeroflow Breastpumps, a subsidiary of Aeroflow Healthcare, helps pregnant and nursing moms qualify for a free breast pump through insurance in just 3 simple steps.

First, submit the ‘Qualify Through Insurance Form’ and provide your insurance information. Then, Aeroflow will contact your insurance on your behalf, verify your coverage, and submit the required paperwork.

After verification, they will contact you to explain all of your available options. Then, you pick a top-of-the-line breast pump to your liking, submit any additional paperwork, and voila! You’re receiving a brand new breast pump, delivered right to your door! Easy Peasy!

smart breast pumpA little support goes a long way…

Aeroflow can also help after your baby arrives. Aeroflow Pediatrics can help your family obtain nebulizers, biliblankets, and many other medical necessities!

Plus, find helpful tips on Postpartum & Recovery, Breastfeeding & Pumping, and more when you click on the ‘Resources’ tab found here.


Save a bundle for your bundle of joy!


Jessica has an Associates Degree in Business from University of Phoenix and 9 years of writing experience from various deal sites including Hip2Save. Connect with Jessica on LinkedIn


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Comments 22

  1. Taylor Smoyer

    Thank you! You used to be able to order ins. pumps directly from Medela, but you can’t anymore. So I have been pushing off ordering one- this site looks like it’s easy to use!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re so welcome! Glad this was helpful!

      • Taylor Smoyer

        It was quick too! I already finished the process. They confirmed my ins. within minutes, and then I was able to place the order to be shipped out in 3 days!

        • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

          That’s awesome! Thanks for the update!

  2. Kelly

    This is how I’ve done both of my pumps. Super easy!

  3. Lambchop4ever

    I have also used them for the free replacement parts for the pumps every 3 months. I had purchased my pump through the DME provider, but called Aeroflow, and they confirmed my insurance, took my info, and sent me parts!

    • Nicole (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh, that’s super helpful to know, Lambchop4ever! Thank you for sharing that with our Hip community!

    • MACKENZIE

      Wow! I have used them twice now and I did not know that you could maybe get replacement parts paid for through your insurance. I know that’s probably based on your insurance company, but did you have to do anything special to have them do it towards your insurance? I just paid for new part and could’ve possibly saved $25!

      • Lambchop4ever

        Just give them a call. They will look up your insurance and let you know if your insurance covers them. If so, they can set you up right there so your parts come every 90 days.

  4. Tt

    Loved Spectra pump from Ashland company.

  5. Ashley

    Any ideas of what to do with your pump when you are done using it? I don’t want to throw it away.

    • Sarah

      Some manufacterers have their own recyling process. Unfortunately, most pumps are open system and designed to be used by one person for one year (an issue of both hygiene and motor life) and should not be reused.

    • kkennedy240

      I have two pumps and feel the same. I have yet to find a place that accepts them as donations. Seems so wasteful to just throw out.

    • agh925

      I took mine to a crisis pregnancy center.

    • rebecca

      in my family, cousins and sisters-in-law passed ours around when one person was done with them. (this was before insurances were required to cover pumps, and electric ones could be VERY expensive.) we felt like, if you could put the parts in the dishwasher to sanitize, then it was no different than drinking out of a cup at a restaurant that has been used by others then put in the dishwasher.
      this was also useful if a new mom had an emergency and and needed one quickly for a newborn having trouble feeding, or in NICU and mom didn’t have time to organize insurance yet for qualifying models, or wait for something to ship out, or of someone left home without her pump by mistake and needed one quickly.
      in the past, maternity wards also used to have a limited number of pumps they would use for one person until they checked out, and then use the pump again for another patient later, and the la leche league used to rent pumps, so those got re-used.
      for many models, you can also boil the parts, or order JUST replacement parts for the pieces that touch the mother or child, so the pump apparatus can be used with new tubes and nipples by multiple people with no risk of contamination.
      or, could maybe donate it on a neighborhood marketplace website? or craigslist-type of classifieds website?

  6. Ellie

    I’m due in May and I do plan to pump when I return to work. Any recommendations on when should I start this process?

    • MACKENZIE

      I would recommend getting everything set up on your account a few months in advance, so that you can start looking at the different pumps and know how much you’ll have to pay for the different options. I wouldn’t order one until closer to a month before your baby is due to be born, for warranty purposes. The shipment was quick with both of my pregnancies, so the only issue would be if they think there will be a delay in shipment or the pump being available. They’ll call you once you’re all set up and are very helpful if you have questions on any of that or choosing a pump.

  7. Motomom

    I am more than happy to send someone the pump I got with all new parts in packaging to someone who needs one!!! All I ask is that shopping is paid. I have a Spectra pump and used it for 3 months in 2020 (my son needed hypoallergenic formula) . Email me at alihstar@aol.com and I can send you pictures. Unfortunately they are not sellable and Facebook marketplace will not approve a post selling these items.

    • Lambchop4ever

      They do sell them, in pumping groups etc. However they are called juicers 🤣

  8. agh925

    For my last pump, I went through edge park and for a Freemie for free!

  9. Deb

    I am an OB nurse and the hospital where I work has certified lactation consultants. They help the new mothers fill out the paperwork while they are on the postpartum unit and hand-deliver them. If a mom goes home before she gets her pump, she can go across the street to the breastfeeding boutique and pick it up there.

  10. Lisa

    If you can get the Medela Symphony, it was the VERY best pump as of a few years ago when I was pumping for my special needs child. This was the brand in hospitals. With that said, I own 2 of the Spectra brand, and was able to interchange my parts. I felt this was important. One of my Spectra pumps is a little battery operated one that allowed me to walk around and pump. It helps to have a nursing cover, and makes it easier to pump in public.

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