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Medela Pump In Style Advanced On-The-Go Tote! Breastpump Kit EXPIRED

djhanzo 96 January 15, 2013 at 10:54 PM in Children (4) More Diapers.com Deals
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Promoted 01-16-2013 at 01:20 AM View Original Post
Diapers.com has Medela Pump In Style Advanced On-The-Go Tote! Breastpump Kit on sale for $158.39 when following the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks djhanzo

Note, offer is valid for new customers only, free sign-up here. May not be available in all areas.
  1. Add 1x Medela Pump In Style Advanced On-The-Go Tote! Breastpump to cart
  2. Proceed to checkout
  3. Apply 20% off promotional code:
    • BABY7B (Note, new customers only)
  4. Apply a 10% off promotional code:
    • OHBABY10 (Note, new customers only)
  5. Apply an additional 20% off promotional code:
    • BABY7GAN
  6. Total after additional coupon savings should be: $158.39 with free shipping
Includes
  • Medela Pump In Style Advanced Brestpumps Kit
    • 2x Set of 24mm Personal Fit Breastshields (medium)
    • 2x PersonalFit Breastshield Connectors
    • 2x Valves and Membranes
    • 4x 5 oz BPA-Free Breastmilk Bottles with Lids (one wide base nipple and travel cap)
    • 1x Removable Cooler Bag
    • 1x Contoured Ice Pack
    • 1x Power Cord
    • 1x Battery Pack (8 AA batteries not included)
  • On-The-Go Tote Kit
    • 1x Microfiber Tote (built-in bottle holders and tubing storage pocket)
    • 1x Backpack
      • Removable pump in separate bag
      • Mesh storage bags
    • 1x Set of 27mm Breastshields (large)
Price Research: Our research indicates that Medela Pump In Style Advanced On-The-Go Tote! Breastpump Kit is $102 lower (39% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $260 to $300. - Discombobulated

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Edited January 16, 2013 at 01:15 AM by widgit
Medela Pump In Style Advanced On-The-Go Tote! Breastpump
Retail amount $269.99

Promotion
BABY7B (20% off for new customers only, If already have one, just make another account)
BABY7GAN (20% off)
OHBABY10 (additional 10% off for new customers)
applied ($111.60 off!!)
Comes with free shipping right now.
QTY 1
TOTAL $158.39


Link:
http://www.diapers.com/p/medela-p...ump-309371

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#31
Quote from calistyle View Post :
No. Just take your hand out of your pants.
Thanks! It worked
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#32
Wow! Amazing price, paid $300 for mine.
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#33
got one question:





Got Milk?
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#34
I'm going to repeat what several other posters said -- with Obamacare in full swing insurances are required to cover either breast pumps or breast pump rentals. Definitely check with you insurance. I just got this pump for free Smilie This went into effect in August but policies had until renewal time to cover. So most started as of January 1st.

And if your insurance says no, call back and talk to someone else. It took me several calls. Make sure you specifically mention the law changes. It's only been in effect for most policies for 16 days so some agents don't know about it.
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#35
After speaking to my insurance company they said I could get compensated for my purchase. They said that I am covered once every 36 months for the cost of a breast pump that is purchased within 60 days after birth. I would just have to submit a medical claim form along with the receipt (with a brief explanation of the purchase to help) and I would get a check in the mail as compensation.

Easy enough for me... No more need for notification of it being a required item.
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#36
I agree, check with your insurance. With my policy, Dr had to write on the prescription that I intend to return to work as the reason for the breast pump.
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#37
we are expecting our first child in aprill, is it a god idea to get this now?
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#38
Quote from andriykoua View Post :
we are expecting our first child in aprill, is it a god idea to get this now?
yes, get it now. I have never seen the price so low, i spent $300 on mine Frown
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#39
Quote from andriykoua View Post :
we are expecting our first child in aprill, is it a god idea to get this now?
If you're going to need to pump, then yes! Leave it in the sealed box. If you find you don't need it, sell it. You'll never find this price again!

BTW, if you're going to use the pump a LOT, I recommend ordering an extra face plate for the pump. Shouldn't be more than a few bucks. I pumped exclusively, and had to replace the face plate a few times -- smashes easily in the bag.
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#40
Quote from andriykoua View Post :
we are expecting our first child in aprill, is it a god idea to get this now?
If you have insurance call and ask them first. They may not cover until the child is born, but they should be able to tell you either way.
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#41
Quote from cwc3 View Post :
yes, get it now. I have never seen the price so low, i spent $300 on mine Frown
Quote from doclori View Post :
If you're going to need to pump, then yes! Leave it in the sealed box. If you find you don't need it, sell it. You'll never find this price again!

BTW, if you're going to use the pump a LOT, I recommend ordering an extra face plate for the pump. Shouldn't be more than a few bucks. I pumped exclusively, and had to replace the face plate a few times -- smashes easily in the bag.

Thank you and repped both of you guys, ordered Big Grin will keep it sealed till April Big Grin
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#42
Quote from kgentry View Post :
If you have insurance call and ask them first. They may not cover until the child is born, but they should be able to tell you either way.
Thank you and repped. I do have insurance, but I live in Canada and they will cover it as long as there is a doctors note and the order is placed within the same year Big Grin
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#43
You're welcome. I had to get a prescription with a diagnoses code, but since it doesn't have to be medically necessary the code is just what type of birth you had Smilie

For anyone planning to buy and resell, I would keep in mind that insurance (in the US) is now required to cover breast pumps in one form or another (rental or purchase) and it does not have to be medically necessary. As more people find this out the resale value will go WAY down.
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#44
I don't always drink breastmilk, but when I do, I prefer Medela.
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#45
Regular one is sold out, but the backpack one is still available for the same price.

http://www.diapers.com/p/medela-p...ack-309378
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