Spectra S1 Breast Pump Kit Giveaway open to US ends 10/20

As a breastfeeding and pumping Mom, I’m excited that most insurance companies will now cover a brand new breast pump for expecting and new parents! That’s right! There’s no need to spend hundreds of dollars out-of-pocket for a new pump. I remember footing nearly $300 for my first pump and I ended up not liking it. Fortunately, a new, name-brand breast pump can be yours and there are services out there that will do all the work for you – including billing insurance and shipping the pump to you for free.

Edwards Health Care Services is one of these organizations and they believe that all women should have access to breastfeeding equipment. So, they make the process of obtaining a breast pump simple. All you have to do is fill out their online form or give them a call. One of their Breast Pump Concierges will take care of verifying your insurance, getting a prescription from your doctor and communicating with your insurance company on your behalf. Once they verify the order with you, they’ll ship the breast pump for free right to your door. Easy, right?! (Enter to win a Spectra S1 Breast Pump plus Tote and Cooler Below!)

Edwards Health Care Services is offering one lucky reader a Spectra S1 Double Breast Pump with tote and cooler! The S1 with tote and cooler is a “deluxe” pump and would incur an upgrade fee when ordered through insurance, but they want to ensure you have everything you need to get started on the right foot. You can learn more about Spectra pumps by following their Facebook page.

breast pump for free

Here is some information about the Spectra S1:

The S1 Hospital Grade Double Electric Breast Pump with inbuilt rechargeable battery is available. Providing all the features of the S2, with the addition of an inbuilt rechargeable battery. This means that you are now able to benefit from the efficiency, power and performance of a hospital grade breast pump, without compromising on portability.

  • Super quiet
  • Closed system – hygienic for you and baby
  • Night light & timer
  • Everything you need for double pumping
  • Powerful, adjustable suction
  • Letdown mode and fully adjustable program to best suit your body
  • Slow-flow teats suitable for newborn feeding
  • Inbuilt rechargeable battery

Open to the US only, ages 18 and up. Ends at 10/20/16 at 11:59 PM EST.
Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below. Good Luck!

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janie vezina
janie vezina
4 years ago

i didnt know pumps are covered on insurance plans

Emilie M
Emilie M
4 years ago

I had no idea that most insurance companies will cover the cost of a breast pump for you! I will definitely be applying through myehcs.com before my little boy is here in December.

Amy Hall
Amy Hall
4 years ago

I didn’t learn anything but having two kids in less than two years and struggling with breastfeeding I’m pretty well versed already. I do know this is a great pump!

Allie Reno
Allie Reno
4 years ago

I never knew my insurance would cover a pump!

stephanie Leitch
stephanie Leitch
4 years ago

I learned how a prescription for a breast pump from my OB will allow my insurance enough information to cover the cost of a brand new pump! Very awesome.

4 years ago

I learned requirements now include health insurances to add breast pumps as a covered benefit. 🙂

4 years ago

I learned the EHCS covers a lot of breast pumps!

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