Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Breast Pump

 

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Aeroflow Breastpumps. All opinions are mine alone.

We all know the benefits of breastfeeding.  Whether you’re a working mama, or you stay home, a breast pump is one of the big ticket items on every mom-to-be’s wish list.  But, have you researched how much one costs?  Yikes!

After breast feeding two babies of my own, I’m going to let you in on a little secret, mama.  Don’t buy a breast pump – get one for free.

Under the Affordable Care Act, health insurance providers are required to cover the cost of breastfeeding support and supplies: Yes, that means that pumps are free!  

I’ll be the first to admit, it can be a little overwhelming when you begin researching how to get your free breast pump.  That’s why I’m so glad I discovered Aeroflow.  They are a totally free service that helps you easily qualify for a free breast pump with close to zero work on your part.

3 Easy Steps to receive your free breast pump:

  1. You complete the Aeroflow qualification form
  2. Aeroflow contacts your insurance and verifies coverage and reimbursement (you sit back and relax)
  3. Aeroflow contacts your healthcare provider and requests a breast pump prescription, then submits necessary paperwork to your insurance (you continue to sit back and relax)

That’s it!  Then your free breast pump shows up at your doorstep!

If you have any questions, one of Aeroflow’s breast pump specialists will be able to help you out.

Ready to get started?  Head on over to Aeroflow’s website and start shopping.  They sell all the best brands and latest models of breast pumps – from Medela to Lansinoh.  Once you’ve found the model of your dreams, it’s time to fill out your qualification form.

 

Easy, isn’t it?  If you have any questions, go ahead and ask me in the comments below.  Becoming a new mama is stressful enough, buying a pump shouldn’t contribute to your stress!

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15 thoughts on “Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Breast Pump

    1. Definitely still get your free one! Pumps aren’t made to last forever, so you’ll be grateful to have a backup!

  1. This is really cool that you can receive a breast pump like this. I never would have thought this was possible.

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