Sam's Club Hearing Aids

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About Sam's Club Hearing Aids

Sam’s Club has zero-cost hearing tests from state-licensed professionals. Anyone aged 19 and older qualifies for a free hearing test at one of the company’s more than 450 Hearing Aid Centers. The company sells a variety of hearing solutions from Lucid Hearing. Sam’s Club hearing aids include free adjustments, programming adjustments and cleanings.

    Pros & Cons


    • Free hearing test
    • State-licensed employees
    • Low pricing
    • Offers repair services
    • Over 450 locations nationwide


    • Must be a member to purchase
    • Not all Sam’s Club locations have Hearing Aid Centers
    • Limited selection

    Bottom Line

    You can schedule a free hearing test at one of more than 450 Sam’s Club locations. The licensed professionals on staff help you pick the best pair for your needs. The over-the-counter hearing aids start at $199 a pair. The company also offers free adjustments and cleanings on all hearing aids.

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    I am happy to say I am using Lucid hearing aids I purchased at Sam’s Wholesale. I had Unitron aids for over 10 years. Lucid is superior in so many ways. Lucid offers features and ...

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    I just purchased my second set of Lucid Hearing aids from Sam's Club. The representative has been extremely helpful. These replaced a set I bought at Sam's Club five or six years ...

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    What is Sam’s Club Hearing Aids?

    Sam’s Club offers hearing aid services at over 450 of its nearly 600 stores. You can schedule an appointment online for a free hearing test with a state-licensed hearing professional. If you need a hearing aid, this professional can help you select the best product for your needs.

    Sam’s Club also helps with the initial programming and fitting, so you don’t have to figure it out alone. If you need further adjustments or repairs, you can take your hearing aids back to Sam’s Club for assistance.

    The company has several different types of Lucid Hearing products. It also offers bulk sets of hearing aid batteries in multiple sizes.

    Sam’s Club Hearing Aids products

    Sam’s Club has five different hearing aids for sale. You can purchase over-the-ear or in-the-canal devices. It also has a variety of battery sets available.

    Here’s a look at each hearing solution Sam’s Club offers:

    • Lucid Hearing OTC 10076 Engage Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid Pair: Select Android or iPhone with this pair of hearing aids to stream Bluetooth calls directly into your ear. It has a clear sound without compression or modification.
    • Lucid Hearing OTC 10081 Enrich Hearing Aid Behind-The-Ear (single): Consider this over-the-ear model if you only need one hearing aid. It can fit comfortably on either ear. You can select between three different listening modes depending on your environment.
    • Lucid Hearing OTC fio Rechargeable In-The-Canal Hearing Aid Pair: The batteries in this set are rechargeable, so you won’t have to buy batteries as often. It charges with a USB-C cable, which is included. These small hearing aids aren’t as noticeable in your ear. The set features four programs to help you hear what you want.
    • Lucid Hearing OTC 10078 Enrich Pro In-The-Canal Hearing Aid Pair: A low-cost, entry-level hearing aid featuring noise suppression and dynamic feedback canceler, it has two listening modes and an eight-channel digital processor.
    • Lucid Hearing OTC 10082 Enrich Pro Behind-The-Ear Hearing Aid Pair: If you prefer an over-the-ear design, this hearing aid pair features two listening modes, a dynamic feedback canceler and advanced noise reduction. It has audible alerts to notify you of a low battery or program change.

    How much do Sam’s Club Hearing Aids cost?

    In 2022, Sam’s Club expanded its hearing solutions by launching over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids starting at $199 a pair. The company's low prices help low-income consumers with hearing impairments.

    To give you a better sense of how much you’ll have to pay, here’s a look at the current prices at the time of publishing:

    Product nameProduct price
    Enrich Hearing Aid Behind-The-Ear (Single) $179
    Enrich Pro In-The-Canal Hearing Aid Pair $199
    Enrich Pro Behind-The-Ear Hearing Aid Pair $279
    Engage Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid Pair $499
    fio Rechargeable In-The-Canal Hearing Aid Pair $799

    Sam’s Club Hearing Aids FAQ

    Do you need a Sam’s Club membership to buy hearing aids?

    Yes, you need to be a member to make a purchase from Sam’s Club. This rule applies to all products the company offers, including hearing aids.

    Does Sam’s Club offer free hearing tests?

    Yes, you can get a free hearing test at any Sam’s Club Hearing Aid Center if you’re 19 or older. You do not need to be a member to take the test.

    What is the return policy for Sam’s Club hearing aids?

    While you can return most items you purchase at Sam’s Club, the company asks that you contact the club you bought the hearing aids from to inquire about returning them. A Lucid Hearing representative told us the return policy is 90 days, but you’ll want to verify that with your local club.

    Does Sam’s Club repair hearing aids?

    Yes, the licensed professionals at Sam’s Club can help with repair services.

    Are Sam’s Club Hearing Aids good?

    If you’re worried about your hearing, schedule a free hearing test at one of more than 450 Sam’s Club locations. The licensed professionals on staff can help you sort through your options and pick the best device for your needs. Once you purchase, the staff can help you fit the hearing aid and make any programming adjustments, so you don’t have to do it alone. You must have an active Sam’s Club membership to purchase these hearing aids. In addition, Hearing Aid Centers aren’t available in all of Sam’s Club's almost 600 locations, so you may need to travel to find one offering hearing care services.

    Sam's Club Hearing Aids Reviews

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    Reviewed March 26, 2023

    My husband purchased his hearing aids through Sam's Club in Wichita, KS and that is where we met Morgan. He loves his hearing aids and Morgan has been so helpful to him in explaining everything and showing us how to take care of them. We highly recommend seeing Morgan and wearing these hearing aids!! You will be so happy you did!!

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    Reviewed Oct. 25, 2021

    Sam's closed the hearing aid store where I purchased the hearing aids. I cannot get anyone to answer when I call other stores in our state. Now I have 2 nonfunctioning hearing aids, which were very expensive compared to Costco.

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      Reviewed Feb. 27, 2021

      We had always had a great experience with the former audiologist, on time & responsive. I can’t even say how much this wanted to make me pull my hair out. We had an appointment at 2:00. We were there at 1:55, not even acknowledged until 2:20. At that point she said I’ll be with you soon. Still another 7-8 minutes before we could talk to her. So disorganized, made me crazy. By the time we finally left there it was 4:35. Another person who had a 4:00 appointment was then waiting & the audiologist never even acknowledged her. I will never go back there.

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      Reviewed Feb. 13, 2021

      These hearing aids are very good and allow me to hear well. They also cancel out the Tinnitus many seniors suffer from. They were very reasonably priced and there was a "6 months same as cash" option. Additionally, at least until COVID hit, I could take them in any time I was there and they would clean them, replace worn parts at no charge. After 2 years, they gave me a new hearing test and reconfigured the hearing aids to compensate. Very good service and attention to customer.

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      Reviewed Feb. 4, 2021

      In the couple of months I have used these hearing aids the batteries die quickly. Usually an hour but sometimes 4 hours. Rarely longer than the four hours. Exchanged once at Sam's and still same issues. Representative of Lucid advised battery issues is a common problem with other customers as well.

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      Reviewed Jan. 28, 2021

      The local agent has been mostly fair, but his management has not. My 93-yr old father purchased an expensive set of aids 3 years ago on a payment plan, and unfortunately they were lost. Even though he paid for the expensive loss/damage waiver, Sam's gave no credit for the loss. Dad tried to purchase new ones this month, and the same finance group said they would not allow it. This is a black-eye not only for Sam's but for Walmart as well.

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      Reviewed Nov. 3, 2020

      Bought hearing aids for over $3500.00 and had to constantly go back for repairs. Sam’s Club is 45 each way for me. It was inconvenient to have to use my time and gas for a faulty product. Go to Costco.

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      Reviewed Sept. 19, 2020

      I am happy to say I am using Lucid hearing aids I purchased at Sam’s Wholesale. I had Unitron aids for over 10 years. Lucid is superior in so many ways. Lucid offers features and quality much better than I had experienced. I really can’t say enough about the audiologist at Sam’s Club. Most thorough hearing exam I have ever had. She spent a lot of time fine tuning my prescription to give me the best hearing! She used the accessory parts that were just right for fitting aid to my ear. The Lucid company and engineers have developed an excellent hearing aid. It is wonderful to hear this clearly again. Now able to have conversations and hear my grandbabies is PRICELESS!

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      Reviewed June 20, 2020

      I am very happy after meet with ** at Sam`s Club Port St. Lucie (10900 S US Hwy 1, Port St. Lucie, FL 34952)! She took excellent care of myself, on teaching me ways how to to improve my hearing. She`s very knowledgeable, and experience audiologist.

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      Reviewed May 7, 2020

      I got my Liberty SIE 96s hearing aids 3 years ago. When purchased I got the 3 year extended warranty. I got this because the salesperson said that in the next 3 years, I could bring them in and exchange them for a new pair. He even said that at the end of 3 years, I could bring them in and exchange them. This cost $399.90. Normally, I never buy extended warranties.

      At the end of my 3 year period, I went in to exchange them for a new pair. The salesperson (not the same original salesperson) there said.. "No, that's not how that works. You can't exchange these." So, I said, "Then, the salesperson lied to me regarding how this works." The salesman kind of shrugged his shoulders. I asked if I could get my money refunded. The salesman.. Laughed at me... And said, "No... You can't." I said, "In that case, I don't think that I can purchase anything else from you, or ever recommend you." He said, "You can't take it out on me, I didn't do a damn thing..." It's so nice to be cursed at from the employees.

      So, buyer beware on the warranty, and the attitude of the salespeople there. I don't know if all the employees attitudes are like this or just this one. The hearing aids are OK, it was my first pair ever. This place will never see my business again. Shame on me in believing the salesperson and not reading the fine print regarding warranty.

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        Sam's Club Hearing Aids Company Information

        Company Name:
        Sam's Club Hearing Aids
        Year Founded:
        2101 S.E. Simple Savings Drive
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        United States

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