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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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#46
out of stock??

The Product is not available in your area. Please select another item. You may continue to check out with the remaining items. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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#47
shoot I needed this one so bad for baby arrival in March and is just sold out when I hit add to cart Frown
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#48
Quote from needshopper View Post :
shoot I needed this one so bad for baby arrival in March and is just sold out when I hit add to cart Frown

order this
http://www.diapers.com/p/medela-p...y%20Banner
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#49
Quote from shikhasj View Post :
order this
http://www.diapers.com/p/medela-p...y%20Banner

Cool thanks just ordered it but it did not take the OHBABY code for an additional 10% off and it came out to $175 which is still good, I can't compalin, $100 off. I am a happy momma.
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#50
Can you stack these codes for anything?
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#51
I just gotthe backpack version and it took all three codes. $159.99 shipped. Thanks!
Baby will be here in less than a month
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#52
Odd...first page says OOS, but I was able to place my order with no problems...yet. Great deal nonetheless. These things are like 300 bucks in-store and are rarely discounted. Hope it goes through. Thanks OP!!!
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#53
i just called my insurance and they said it is covered 100% - but only if bought though approved vendor (not diaper.com)
so i called diaper and they were able to cancel my order... so, i would encourage u all to call yr insurance.. just in case...
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#54
Under Obamacare, most insurance companies are required to cover a pump. You might want to check with your insurance company before you buy.

But if you are going to buy one, I have this pump and it's excellent Smilie
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#55
wife puts baby to boobie no out of pocket expense for 1.5 years! Slicker..stay at home mom
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#56
I had my baby in April, and BCBS said I needed to have the doctor write a prescription, which she did at the hospital, and they sent a lactation consultant to my room with it, who also showed me how to use it.

I use this tote model daily, although I would rather have gotten the backpack version, because I hate over the shoulder bags that slide off. But it works great, and this is an amazing price.

I"ve never had to replace the face plate, but I do recommend checking under it regularly for mold. I've never had that, but I've read articles about it being an issue.

Also, I highly recommend this set of spare parts: http://www.amazon.com/Medela-Brea...tyle+parts

Cheapest set of spares, and I really recommend spare parts for tired working mamas who may not always want to wash the parts every night. They are fine for top shelf dishwashers too. Plus, the extra bottles are sooo nice. I ended up getting 2 sets of those.

And if you are looking for bags, I pour into the Lansinoh and Up and Up Target bags, because they are the best for freezing because they lay flat. Medela's bags suck because they take up way more freezer space since they are bottom heavy.

Oh, and for new pumping mamas, stick your parts in a ziploc bag in the fridge at work to save on having to wash between pumps Smilie
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#57
IMHO Honeysuckle bags are even better than Lansinoh and cheaper at 300 for $45!

Quote from Aerienne View Post :
I had my baby in April, and BCBS said I needed to have the doctor write a prescription, which she did at the hospital, and they sent a lactation consultant to my room with it, who also showed me how to use it.

I use this tote model daily, although I would rather have gotten the backpack version, because I hate over the shoulder bags that slide off. But it works great, and this is an amazing price.

I"ve never had to replace the face plate, but I do recommend checking under it regularly for mold. I've never had that, but I've read articles about it being an issue.

Also, I highly recommend this set of spare parts: http://www.amazon.com/Medela-Brea...tyle+parts

Cheapest set of spares, and I really recommend spare parts for tired working mamas who may not always want to wash the parts every night. They are fine for top shelf dishwashers too. Plus, the extra bottles are sooo nice. I ended up getting 2 sets of those.

And if you are looking for bags, I pour into the Lansinoh and Up and Up Target bags, because they are the best for freezing because they lay flat. Medela's bags suck because they take up way more freezer space since they are bottom heavy.

Oh, and for new pumping mamas, stick your parts in a ziploc bag in the fridge at work to save on having to wash between pumps Smilie
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#58
YES first check with your insurance. Mine (Blue Cross Blue Shield) pays 100% and is NOT subject to deductible once the new plan year from employer starts. I think these are supposed to covered 100% for all women under the new health care laws but it is tied to the renewal of your policy. I have to wait until after March 1 to get mine. I also know it has to come from a covered durable medical equipment provider like Airway Oxygen (here in Michigan) and with a written prescription from your doctor.


Quote from loxpp View Post :
always check with your doctor first to see whether your insurance policy covers it.

mine covered 90%
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#59
Thanks! My insurance doesn't renew until April and I'm having a baby end of this month.. cost of this pump is what it would have cost me to rent one until insurance covered one.
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#60
Quote from loxpp View Post :
always check with your doctor first to see whether your insurance policy covers it.

mine covered 90%
Did you bought this before delivery or after? I was wondering if I can buy now and then can be reimbursed from insurance company? at what point doctor writes the prescription.

TIA.
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