Difficulty hearing can be frustrating and expensive. Smart Choice Card members will receive a FREE hearing test and discounts of 15% to 35% on over 70 models of hearing aids at over 4,000 retail locations. Save 40% to 60% on over 100 makes and models of hearing aids through the mail order service.
Want to save big on hearing aids? We hear you! You’ll get a free initial screening and save 35% off the suggested retail price (MSRP) at thousands of retail locations nationwide.
- Two-year supply of hearing aid batteries and two-year warranty, with a one-time replacement for loss or damage*
- Unlimited follow-up care for cleaning and checkups with purchase
- 100% Service Satisfaction Guarantee during the first 60 days
- Patient financing options
*Members must pay for all repairs not included in the warranty.
Discounts cannot be combined with any other promotional offer, discount, rebate, health insurance benefit or value-added discount plan. Unlimited follow up visits will be provided at no cost to the member; however, any costs for repairs no longer under the manufacturer’s warranty will be at the expense of the member.
Hearing Aids FAQ
Q. How many times per year can I use my hearing discount?
A. There is no limit on the number of times you may use your discount card for any benefit.
Q. Will my spouse use the same membership card?
A. Yes. Your membership includes your spouse and legal dependents.
Q. Is the discount the same at all participating locations?
A. Over 3,000 locations nationwide offer a 35% discount and a free hearing screening.
Q. Do you offer more than one brand of hearing aids?
A. Yes. We offer six different brands of hearing aids.
"Nearly a fifth of all Americans 12 years or older have hearing loss so severe that it may make communication difficult." Archives of Internal Medicine, 2011
"Approximately 17% (36 million) of American adults report some degree of hearing loss." National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, 2010
"Only 1 out of 5 people who could benefit from a hearing aid actually wears one." National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, 2010
"Half of all cases of hearing loss are avoidable through primary prevention." World Health Organization, 2014
"Over 5% of the world’s population (360 million people) has disabling hearing loss." World Health Organization, 2014
"Hearing loss is a major public health issue that is the third most common physical condition after arthritis and heart disease." Hearing Loss Association of America, 2014
"More than 7 million Americans who need hearing aids cannot afford them." Miracle-Ear Hearing Foundation, 2014