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Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals on Hearing Aids in 2022

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With the recent advent of over-the-counter hearing aids, addressing hearing loss has never been more affordable. For Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year, several hearing aid brands will run additional discounts on their devices.

FYI: To learn more about saving money on hearing aids, read our guides to the best cheap hearing aids and the best OTC hearing aids.

Black Friday Deals on Hearing Aids

To find the best Black Friday deals on hearing aids, check out your favorite brands’ websites and the flyers and websites for various big-box stores. Now that over-the-counter hearing aids are available, stores such as Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Walgreens can sell hearing aids.

Here’s what you can expect.

Eargo

We love Eargo hearing aids for their incredibly small size and impressive audio quality, not to mention their in-depth smartphone compatibility. With newer models, Eargo includes free remote visits with the company’s hearing health team, so you can ensure your devices are tuned to your particular type of hearing loss.

Eargo hearing aids typically cost between $1,450 and $2,950 for a pair, but on Black Friday you can expect some steep discounts. In past years, Eargo has discounted its hearing aids by as much as 50 percent. Eargo hearing aids also are now available in some Verizon stores.

To learn more about Eargo hearing aids, check out our Eargo review.

Eargo 5 Hearing Aids
Eargo 5 hearing aids

Jabra Enhance

Jabra Enhance hearing aids consistently rank among our favorites because of the devices’ reasonable pricing and ample customization features. Did we mention that Lively also offers 100-day trials on its devices?

Jabra Enhance hearing aids typically cost between $1,195 and $1,995 for a pair, but on Black Friday you can look forward to deep discounts. Lively has reduced the price of its high-end models by more than 40 percent in years past.

To learn more about these devices, check out our Jabra Enhance review.

MDHearingAid

MDHearingAid devices don’t come with the same high-end features and support as Eargo and Lively, but it still offers some of the most high-quality and affordable hearing aids on the market.

MDHearingAid frequently runs promotions on its hearing aids, and Black Friday and Cyber Monday will be no different. Expect 50 percent off hearing aids, as well as heavily discounted accessories.

To learn more about one of the most affordable hearing aid brands, check out our MDHearingAid review.

Lexie

Most well-known for its Lumen hearing aids, Lexie has recently released a line of over-the-counter devices in collaboration with Bose hearing aids. Featuring Bluetooth capabilities, rechargeable batteries, and adjustable listening environments, these hearing aids are ideal for people with mild to moderate hearing loss.

Lexie’s hearing aids normally cost between $799 and $999 for a pair, but you can expect large discounts — as well as extended warranties — on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

To learn more about this brand, read our Lexie hearing aid review.

Lexie Hearing Aids
Lexie Hearing Aids

Choosing the Right Hearing Aid for Your Needs

When looking for hearing aids on Black Friday, you may be tempted to jump at the cheapest pair you can find. It’s important, however, to remember that not all hearing aids are created equal.

The best hearing aids will feature adjustable sound environments, smartphone compatibility, and ample customer support, most often in the form of telehealth visits with hearing specialists.

Unlike traditional hearing aids, OTC hearing aids don’t necessarily have audiologist support, so we recommend choosing a brand that offers this service.

To learn more about what to look for in a hearing aid, read our hearing aid buying guide.

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Ryan Molloy

Ryan has years of experience researching and testing products that help people successfully age in place. After years of working for various publications such as Boston Magazine and The Believer, he has found his home at The Senior List, writing about all things related to caregiving and senior healthcare.