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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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#61
My insurance requires you to go through an approved medical supply company so I would call and ask what they require.

Quote from savemybucks View Post :
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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#62
Quote from kgentry View Post :
IMHO Honeysuckle bags are even better than Lansinoh and cheaper at 300 for $45!
Nice, I've never heard of that brand before. Up and Ups are technically cheaper (60 at $7.99 means 300 for about $40), but the comments are more favorable on the Honeysuckles.

Oh, and if you're a big producer of milk, consider donating. Lots of NICUs will take it, and some programs will actually reimburse you for your breast pump Smilie

Agreed on calling the insurance company first.
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#63
Gotcha. I've never tried up and up, just the lansinoh. I'm on my second set of 300 honeysuckle bags and haven't had a single one leak.

Quote from Aerienne View Post :
Nice, I've never heard of that brand before. Up and Ups are technically cheaper (60 at $7.99 means 300 for about $40), but the comments are more favorable on the Honeysuckles.

Oh, and if you're a big producer of milk, consider donating. Lots of NICUs will take it, and some programs will actually reimburse you for your breast pump Smilie
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#64
It doesn't look OOS for me. (The original deal)
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#65
Nice...we're planning to have our 3rd this year, and we borrowed the same pump when we had our twins about 3 years ago. Worst case...with their 365 free returns policy, we can borrow someone else's and return this one later. Regardless...it's a good deal.
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#66
we asked the doctor when in labor, she said it's OK to get one via insurance.. it was not until we were in the postpartum room that the guy actually delivered the pump to us. we didn't pay upfront but did get a bill 1 month later, which is appox. 10% of the pump's retail price

Quote from savemybucks View Post :
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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#67
Quote from Muckrak3r View Post :
I don't always drink breastmilk, but when I do, I prefer Medela.
almost all of us drink breastmilk for some time in our life unless you're Tarzan.
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#68
ordered one. Back in stock! with delivery date of tomorrow. Thanks OP
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#69
I contacted my health insurance company (Blue Cross & Blue Shield) and they said that they would only cover a MANUAL breast pump. This will effectively make them in compliance with Obamacare/ACA, but result in not having to cover many claims because a manual pump is so cumbersome.

Has anyone with Blue Cross & Blue Shield heard differently? Rep for your insight.

Otherwise, are there any Amish slickdealers that would like a gratis MANUAL breast pump care of my greedy insurance company?
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#70
I'm on a birth board and several people have gotten them covered through BCBS but I think your policy is dependent on your employer. Mine fell under durable medical equipment which is covered 100% with my policy.

Quote from MachuPicchu View Post :
I contacted my health insurance company (Blue Cross & Blue Shield) and they said that they would only cover a MANUAL breast pump. This will effectively make them in compliance with Obamacare/ACA, but result in not having to cover many claims because a manual pump is so cumbersome.

Has anyone with Blue Cross & Blue Shield heard differently? Rep for your insight.

Otherwise, are there any Amish slickdealers that would like a gratis MANUAL breast pump care of my greedy insurance company?
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#71
wow nice one about $70 less than what we paid. grrrrr

oh and repped.
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#72
Got one for my wife, repped! Our second is due in May and our last pump is worn out (got 2 years of use). I will check with insurance but if not I believe this can be submitted as a FSA claim with a doctors note.
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#73
Quote from kgentry View Post :
I'm on a birth board and several people have gotten them covered through BCBS but I think your policy is dependent on your employer. Mine fell under durable medical equipment which is covered 100% with my policy.
I called BlueCross and BlueShield and they confirmed that they will only cover a MANUAL pump. According to the manager that I spoke with this is an across the board policy, unless your employer specifically chose to cover electric breast pump - but alas mine did not. If there is a workaround (e.g. getting a script documenting medical necessity, etc.) I would appreciate the insight.

Repd.
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#74
Quote from MachuPicchu View Post :
I called BlueCross and BlueShield and they confirmed that they will only cover a MANUAL pump. According to the manager that I spoke with this is an across the board policy, unless your employer specifically chose to cover electric breast pump - but alas mine did not. If there is a workaround (e.g. getting a script documenting medical necessity, etc.) I would appreciate the insight.

Repd.

Just go to BCBS and use find provider tool. Enter your zip and check "Medical Suppliers", it will show a list according to your area and insurance type. Collect the Medical supplier list and choose the appropriate ones (ie leave out the prosthetics suppliers). Call the suppliers and give your insurance detail and ask for a breast pump. This route was more helpful for me than calling BCBS! HTH!
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#75
excellent was just looking for one! +1
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