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Expecting? Find out how to score a FREE Breast Pump through insurance!

Babies require a lot of gear, and that first year can be so expensive even if you have a baby shower. One of the pricier items that you may be able to cross off the 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!

They make the process really simple, and they offer free breast pumps and accessories from top manufacturers like Medela, Spectra, Lansinoh, and many more!

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Aeroflow makes getting a free pump through insurance SO easy!

Aeroflow Breastpumps is a subsidiary of Aeroflow Healthcare which specializes in helping pregnant and nursing moms qualify for a free breast pump through insurance.

Once you submit your “Qualify Through Insurance Form“, they contact your insurance on your behalf to verify your coverage. After verification, they contact you to explain all of your available options, and then gather and submit all the required paperwork to get your pump mailed to you. Easy Peasy!

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

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Comments 31

  1. Katibell

    I actually found edgepark to be more helpful.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the feedback, Katibell! Good to know what worked for you!

    • EP

      Same!! I tried Aeroflow first and was denied. Then I tried Edgepark and was able to get the Spectra S2!

    • Mary

      I also got two of my breast pumps (2 babies in 2 years) with edgepark, delivery was also quick.

  2. mackyjane

    I got my Spectra through Aeroflow and the process was so easy! I filled out everything several months before I actually ordered my pump. There was a one year warranty, so I wanted to order it closer to my baby’s due date. There are so many options to choose from, but the only downside was that I HAD to purchase a bag with my pump. There was not an option to get the pump that I wanted without having to buy a bag. I believe some other pump brands would let you get the pump alone, but for $30 I got a super nice pump and bag to tote it around in.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh good! Happy to hear how easy the process was! Thanks a TON for sharing your experience!

  3. TwoLittleMonkeys

    They never responded to my inquiry with either pregnancy, so I went through a local medical supply place and it was simple. If they ignore you don’t give up. 😬

  4. mms121830

    I wasn’t eligible with Aeroflow through my insurance (Tufts) but they referred me to Acelleron, who was also very helpful! I’m due at the end of September and my pump is actually due to ship today. Such an easy process!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Aww, Congratulations! Thanks for taking the time to comment!

  5. Kelly

    Aeroflow approved me based on which ones my insurance would cover. After I received it, my insurance sent me a statement stating they would NOT pay for it. They are required to cover a pump! Aeroflow knows what they are doing. I never received any other bill from either of them.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh good! Thanks for the feedback, Kelly! Good to know how it worked for you!

  6. Mary

    If you have Medicaid breast pumps are NOT covered unless your baby is in the nicu, or you have inverted nipples. They cover all these things and give you $300 in over the counter supplies like Charmin wet wipes, vitamins, storage containers, cotton balls, weight scale though they will NOT cover a breast pump so you can go back to work and get off Medicaid.

    • Amber

      I’ve always said, Anything government run, just doesn’t make sense….

    • Amelia

      I had Medicaid in Texas and it covered my Spectra S2. I have Cooks Children’s Plan through medicaid and I went through Edgepark. I called them and told them which one I wanted and they contacted my midwives and I had it within one week!

      • Mary

        It’s strange that they cover so much and not a breast pump. Well in Florida it is not. My obgyn told me it isn’t but she wrote me a script anyway and it was denied and talk to insurance nope not covered any type of pump. The hospital even tried to get one covered. Medicaid in FL just won’t. I did end up getting one through wic though and was able to go back to work but not all wic offices will give to you some will only lend to you but still helpful. You do have to show proof of a job or schooling. Even with the lender program.

  7. Josie

    Also you may qualify for replacement pump parts. Every month I get new tubing, bottles , back flow protectors etc.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the helpful tip, Josie!

  8. Casey

    I used Byram, rather than Aeroflow. IMO, Aeroflow was overly sales-y and aggressive (e.g. daily emails and texts). Byram allowed the experience to be more like a normal shopping experience.

    Also, I’d suggest having all three of the major companies (Byram, Edgepark, Aeroflow) check what you are eligible for as I had some different options across the three!

    • Becca

      I’ve used Byram 2 times now and I agree, super simple , quick shipping, no up selling. They had like 6 different ones to choose from that my insurance covered.

  9. SuzyHomemakerGoneBad

    I got my Spectra through Edgepark, and the whole process was easy peasy, with no upselling.

    • Jenny

      Anyone have any recommendations on which pump to get? I have used the Medela pump in style about 4 years ago but seeing if there is anything better now.

  10. Kitty

    How does Aeroflow get paid? Does it come out of the total I qualify for a pump? Why not go directly through insurance?

    • K

      Idk how they’re reimbursed for their services, but many insurances will not provide the actual pump. They tell you they’ll cover it if sold by a durable medical supplier. With my 3 kids and 3 different insurances, only one insurance sent me a pump. The other 2 required me to go through a supplier.

  11. Abigail

    Breast pumps are not “free”. Some one is paying for them and it is us. We (and by we I mean everyone on the insurance plan)are paying for them through our premiums that you and/or your employer pay every month. Really we should be thinking about it as covered at 100% with no copay. With that to say it is really great that Breast pumps are a covered benefit it helps alleviate a big cost at an important time and really helps support breast feeding women who return to work.
    I used both Aeroflow and edgepark with my pregnancies and they both were very helpful and made the process simple.

  12. liz_12_26

    Aeroflot was so great! They literally took care of everything & I got a spectra breast pump which is the best pump out of 4 that I used in my previous pregnancy.

  13. Karen

    I work for Medicaid in Massachusetts. They are covered under Medicaid. In fact, all health plans must cover breast pumps under the ACA (Obamacare). Just ask your provider for a prescription. You should check with your plan to see what they offer — whether manual or electric.

  14. Alyssa Barnes

    I’ve used Aeroflow with my last and it was really simple. I just had to send in the prescription from my midwife. What really surprised me is that in 6 months they sent me a reminder that I could order a resupply of new bottles and pump supplies and it was covered by my insurance! It was awesome!

  15. jennifer

    Wish these had been covered by insurance when my son was a newborn 17 years ago. I was working full time and rented an electric pump at an exorbitant rate—for many new parents anyway—from the hospital. Glad they’re finally covered for some!

    • becki

      the Affordable Care Act made it mandatory that insurance has to cover a pump for all plans.

  16. Amy

    What does everyone do with their used pumps? I have 2 that I’m ready to get rid of.

    • rebecca

      share with family or give them away or sell. i used a medela that was a WORKHORSE and really nice. it had been used by a cousin, my sister-in-law and me because we had our babies at different times. it lasted for years, used for at least 6 babies. if anyone is grossed out by this, you can sanitize the parts, or you could even replace the parts that touch your milk (valves and tubing). it’s no different from feeding your baby from a bottle, then putting the parts in a dishwasher, then loaning the bottle to a cousin.
      you can also put it on ebay or Craig’s List.

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