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This week Target is offering a $35 gift card back when you purchase a Medela Pump & Style Breast Pump.  That in itself is a great deal and makes the pump $234.99 after the gift card.

However, if you have had a baby in the last year or are expecting one soon then your health insurance is now required to supply breastfeeding equipment for you at no charge!  This means a free breast pump under most plans.

Target has set up a program that will help bill your insurance for you, plus answer any questions you have.  Head over here and find out if this pump is covered under your plan.  If it is… then you have a free breast pump and a $35 Target gift card!!

Note: all plans have different rules and procedures so please find out what is covered before buying.

    • Rachel

      Just a note that not ALL insurance companies are now required to supply breastfeeding equipment for you at no charge. I went through the process to get one and was told that my insurance plan was “grandfathered in,” so the free breast pump (along with many other perks of ACA) don’t apply to us. Frustrating!

      • Dawn G

        didnt apply to me either. They would have covered one if I was discharge and baby was in icu but otherwise no coverage.

      • Vanessa Joy Gonzales

        Ditto about being “grandfathered” in… affordable health care my rear