Boots Hearing Aids

Boots hearing aids prices

The average price of hearing aids at Boots is £2,645 although the complete range spans from £985 to £3,695 for two. Their prices include free aftercare and a number of other benefits.

Boots has a wide range of hearing aids on offer from their Digital Value selection which is lower in cost, to their Premium range at a higher price.

The price range depends on the level of sophistication of the hearing aid. The more technical features, the higher the price. Of course, needing a hearing aid for each ear will also cost double than only needing one.

Do Boots offer finance?

Boots offer interest-free payment plans to help you spread the cost of your hearing aid over 12, 18, 24 months. This may ease the financial burden of your hearing loss and free up your choice of hearing aid to meet your exact needs.

Their plans start at £27 a month and are interest free. The shorter the plan, the more you can repay each month. The more expensive the hearing aid, the longer it may take to repay.

As a guide, if you were to finance two of their most expensive hearing aids at an overall cost of £3,695, on a 24 month plan, you would repay £138.56 a month. With all payment plans, it’s important to read and understand all the terms and conditions.

What hearing aid manufacturers do Boots offer?

Boots offer a range of hearing aids from top digital hearing aid manufacturers Starkey, Phonak and Widex. There are about four or five different models from each manufacturer on offer at Boots to ensure that a varying range of hearing loss level and budget restrictions are met.

Boots’ range of Starkey, Phonak and Widex hearing aids come in different types depending on the severity of your hearing loss. They also vary in the amount of features they have to suit different lifestyles and what you will need them for.

Boots categorise their hearing aids into standard, advanced and premium to help you determine which level you need for your hearing loss.

What types of hearing aids do Boots offer?

Of each of these manufacturers, Boots stock a variety of different hearing aid types to suit your level of hearing loss. These include, Behind The Ear (BTE), Receiver In The Canal (RIC), In The Ear (ITE), In The Canal (ITC), Completely In The Canal (CIC) and Invisible In The Canal (IIC). You can find out more about these hearing aids by visiting our types of hearing aids page.

What are the best hearing aids that Boots offer?

Boots have approximately 40 hearing aids on offer, and within their overall collection is a smaller, more premium range as listed in this table. They are considered the best of the selection due to their sophisticated features and discreet style and are built by reputable manufacturers. Some also have wireless technology that connects to smartphones.

Hearing aid model Manufacturer Type Overview Price per pair
Starkey Halo 2 Starkey Receiver in-the-canal (RIC)
  • iPhone compatible
  • Wireless
  • High tech
  • No buzzing or whistling
Phonak Belong 90 Phonak Receiver in-the-canal (RIC)
  • Rechargeable option
  • No whistling
  • Advanced speech clarity in the car, noisy environments and wind
  • Reduction in listening effort
Phonak Belong 70 Phonak Receiver in-the-canal (RIC)
  • Rechargeable option
  • No whistling
  • Advanced speech clarity in the car and noisy environments
Phonak Belong 50 Phonak Receiver in-the-canal (RIC)
  • Rechargeable option
  • No whistling
  • Advanced speech clarity
Phonak Belong 30 Phonak Receiver in-the-canal (RIC)
  • Rechargeable option
  • Advanced speech clarity

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Do Boots offer any warranties or guarantees?

Boots offer warranties on all their hearing aids but the length of each will depend on the type of hearing aid you buy. The higher the price, the longer the warranty.

The hearing aids in their digital value range come with a warranty of two years. Hearing aids in their exclusive and premium range come with warranties of five years.

Boots also offer guarantees on their hearing aids. If you cannot feel the benefit of your hearing aid within 60 days of purchase, you can return it and receive your money back.

Do Boots have any offers?

In addition to their interest free payment plans, Boots hearing aids are also covered by their Advantage Card points system. As this will be a substantial purchase, you could accrue a large number of points to spend in Boots stores nationwide. You are entitled to receive a service every six months for all of their hearing aid types.

What do Boots customers think?

An online survey carried out by Which? showed how customers felt about their experience of buying hearing aids from Boots.

Review source Score Date
Online Survey by Which? 75% September 2016

This score was slightly lower than their 2015 results which gave a 79% overall score.

Boots compared to other hearing aid retailers

In their September 2016 survey, Which? also reviewed other leading hearing aid retailers in the UK including Amplifon, Specsavers and Hidden Hearing. Against these retailers, Boots came in second, with local retailers topping them with 83% customer satisfaction, and Specsavers in third place with 68% customer satisfaction.

Compared to Specsavers, Amplifon, Hidden Hearing, Bloom and Scrivens, Boots’ competitive edge seemed to lie in their range of products and pricing.

Overall, customer feedback given in the Which? survey about Boots was positive, with the retailer receiving four out of five stars for appointments, staff, service, pricing, product range and facilities. Boots customers told Which? that it was easy to get an appointment and they provided excellent aftercare services.

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