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How Much Do Hearing Aids Cost?

At Boots Hearingcare, we believe our service is second to none. We understand that when it comes to hearing better, the expertise, care and advice you get is just as important as your hearing aids. Below you’ll see a list of our most popular hearing aids by the world’s leading brands – alongside their prices for both one and two hearing aids.

Access up to €1000 off a hearing solution

Those who are eligible for the Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI) Treatment Benefit Scheme can access up €1000 off a pair of hearing aids.  This means that the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection will cover half the cost of your hearing aids up to the value of €500 per hearing aid.

The Treatment Benefit Scheme is available to insured workers, the self employed and retired people who have the required number of PRSI contributions.  You can check out the requirements by visiting welfare.ie.

To check your eligibility book in for a hearing assessment at your local Boots Hearingcare clinic.

Claim tax relief on your hearing aid purchase

Did you know, if you medical expenses that are not covered by the state or private insurance, you may be able to claim tax back on some of those expenses. These can be your own health expenses, those of a family member or any individuals, as long as you paid for them.

You can claim after the year has ended. You should wait for your P60 statement to arrive before claiming. If you are being jointly assessed, you must also wait for the P60 statement of your spouse of civil partner.

This can be through your tax return form, For more details can be found on revenue.ie
Product & Price Range Options Situation Benefit
Technology Level Price for Two (with PRSI Grant) from Rechargeable Wireless Connectivity At Home     Socialising Active Lifestyle Music & TV    
Platinum €2,800.75
Gold €2,630.75
Silver €2,425.50
Bronze €1,995.00
Essentials + €1,595.00 Selected
Essentials €0 Selected Selected

Premium and Essential ranges

Hearing aids in our Premium range are packed with the best and latest technology and features including rechargeable batteries, Bluetooth connectivity and automatically adjust to the environment you're in. These range from our top end Platinium models through to Bronze levels.
Our Essentials range is for customers who don't feel they need the very latest technology but still want a great value hearing aid. All the hearing aids in our Essentials range come with a two-year warranty. 

Our Technology Levels



Our most advanced hearing tech, for those who want the most from their hearing aids. Adaptable in all settings, ensuring clear speech and comfort in noise.



Cutting-edge solutions for those who require their hearing aids to keep up with their active lifestyle.



Entry level solutions to compliment your lifestyle and needs. 

All our hearing aids come with

Money back guarantee

for all hearing aids

Lifetime of free aftercare

included with every hearing aid

Expert Audiologists

Over 20 years experience


All prices shown below include the Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI) Treatment Benefit Scheme grant. 


What factors affect the cost?

It is worth comparing hearing aids, as prices vary between our Essentials range and Premium models.

There are lower cost entry-level models like the Coselgi M1, these will give you a good level of hearing and make it possible to enjoy the sounds you may have missed. Even the basic models offer a wide variety of functions at a very reasonable price. However, if you prefer a wider range of features such as being rechargeable, music streaming and appreciate a better sound quality, you might be better off with a slightly more expensive hearing aid.

The price of an individual hearing aid is influenced by various factors. These include:

  • Technical features
  • Functions
  • Type

It's your individual needs and hearing ability that determine which type of device is best for you. An audiologist can help you choose the right model and to try it out.

Do I need a hearing aid for both ears?

Generally speaking, if you have hearing loss in both ears it's advisable to use a hearing aid in both. This is because with two functioning ears, the brain is able to distinguish the tiniest differences in sound, making it possible to attribute sounds precisely to your environment. An appropriate hearing aid should therefore be used in each ear in order to ensure problem-free hearing.

The price of your hearing aid is determined on a case-by-case basis on a range of factors including the personal needs of the individual and the level of hearing loss. If you would like more information you can book an appointment online with one of our audiologists.