Signia hearing aids cost between $1,540–$5,945 per pair. Technology levels, which determine how many sound adjustment features your hearing aids have, are the biggest cost factor—higher technology levels have higher prices.
Styletto, Pure, and Silk hearing aids start at the lower price range, while Motion and Insio hearing aids start higher. Signia Active hearing aids cost between $2,530–$5,445 per pair. And if you have one-sided or asymmetrical hearing loss, a Signia CROS AX system is about $1,925 for the transmitter, plus the cost of the single hearing aid on the other ear. Prices may vary by retailer.
How to buy Signia hearing aids
An audiologist must prescribe hearing aids for you to purchase from Signia. If your audiologist determines you have hearing loss, you can purchase them at your hearing care clinic. Pricing, warranty, and return policies depend on your hearing clinic’s terms.
Once you purchase your hearing aids, you’ll wait for them to ship to your clinic. Then, you’ll book an appointment with your licensed hearing professional to program and fit them to your ears.
You can also consider purchasing hearing aids through companies like Yes Hearing, a discount network provider offering hearing aids for up to 40% off retail price. If you’re interested in shopping with Yes Hearing, you can book a consultation on its website, purchase your hearing aids through the consultant, and have them delivered to your door by a Yes Hearing specialist, who will help you program and fit the new devices to your ear.
Private insurance coverage varies between policies and states. Most states don’t require insurance companies to cover the cost of hearing aids, but some do. Have your audiology clinic call your insurance company to verify your benefits and find out the coverage terms. If you’re covered, you’ll likely still have to pay a percentage of the cost out of pocket.
Original Medicare doesn’t cover hearing care, and Medicare Part B will only cover a diagnostic hearing exam. Medicare Advantage (Part C) might cover part of your hearing aid cost, but similar to private insurance policies, it depends on your policy terms.
Medicaid hearing aid coverage depends on your state. Contact your local Medicaid office to learn about hearing aid benefits in your location.
If you’re a veteran, you may be eligible for coverage through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). You can contact your local VA facility to see how you can apply, as VA health care programs typically cover most, if not all, of your cost. Signia offers its full range of AX-compatible devices for veterans, so ask about Signia at the VA location near you.
Learn more by reading our article on hearing aid insurance coverage.
Most prescription hearing aid companies defer their financing options to the retailer. Ask your audiology clinic about payment plans to lower the initial cost barrier. Most clinics have financing options with 12–24 months of 0% deferred interest through companies like HealthiPlan, CareCredit, and Wells Fargo. You might pay interest on your payments, and this may not be a cost-saving option in the long run. With other plans, you’ll need to pay interest on your payments, which may not be a cost-saving option in the long run.
Flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA)
Some employers let you contribute part of your pre-tax paycheck to FSAs or HSAs to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses. When you start contributing, you should receive a debit card in the mail, which you can use for any eligible medical expense, including hearing aids.
It’s important to note FSA funds do not roll over year to year and must be used by the end of the year, but HSA funds will roll over and can collect interest.