Order your breast pump through insurance anytime during pregnancy
Working with 1,400+ insurance plans, Edgepark allows moms to order a breast pump through insurance anytime during her pregnancy. How do we do this? We process your information, hold your breast pump, and ship it once your insurance says you are eligible. If anything changes after you place your order, call us or modify your order online. It’s easy!
“I loved their service! I got an amazing pump and I'm so greatful for it! They shipped super-fast and were super understanding about shipping fast because I SERIOUSLY needed to have a pump! Thank you Edgepark!”
“I would highly recommend this company over the other online options available! I received my pump completely free in just a week's time after filling out the application. They did all the work for me, which is a huge stress off my shoulders. Best part, I got the exact pump I wanted packaged securely with tracking on the delivery.”
"I've used this company now for 2 different pregnancies and never had any issues! This last time around I had my breast pump literally the day after submitting my order!"
"I am so happy I found you guys! You were the only company to provide the pump I really wanted! Got my Freemie a week after ordering. Easy process EVER."
"Have used [Edgepark] twice to order breast pumps. Both times the process went smoothly, received my pump in a reasonable time frame, no issues at all. Would recommend."
"Just got mine today. Super simple! I called Wednesday afternoon and they answered all my questions. My pump was on my doorstep today! Less that 48 hours."
"No hassle experience with [Edgepark]! Filled out the form and within a few days I had shipping confirmation. Lucky that they sent it early before my due date as my little one came two weeks early! The pump arrived the day I got home from the hospital!"
"I was not eligible for a breast pump when I called my insurance company and asked - they threw me in every direction and gave me the run around. I was pretty bummed! I saw an ad for edge park and decided it was worth a try. I filled out the form that took 5 min and within a week I had a pump on my doorstep (one of my choice! Medela) I HIGHLY recommend edge park to everyone. Thanks for all your help!"
"Got my breast pump yesterday. So fast and efficient! Thank you! As a new mom it was nice to have one less thing to worry about!"
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the advantages of ordering my breast pump through Edgepark vs. a retail store?
Eliminate the hassle: Edgepark handles contacting both your health insurance provider and your doctor on your behalf.
Choose the breast pump that's right for you: We offer a variety of options available to each insurance plan.
Order anytime: You can place your breast pump order anytime using our convenient, online form.
At what point in my pregnancy can I order my breast pump?
You can order your breast pump anytime during your pregnancy and up to one year after birth with Edgepark.
Some health insurance plan policies may dictate when we are able to ship your breast pump. We will hold your order and ship when your plan allows it.
What is Edgepark's Return Policy?
Edgepark is committed to delivering caring and quality service for mothers everywhere. We hope that you're happy with your purchase, but if you need to make a return, please read the following policy.
Edgepark Breast Pump Return Policy:
Edgepark accepts breast pump returns within 30 days of delivery if the seal is intact, the box is unopened and ONLY for the following reasons:
You received a different product than originally ordered
The product was not delivered successfully
Other specific instances related to delivery of the breast pump or integrity of the packaging (box or seal not intact, damaged in transit, etc.)
Edgepark will only cover return shipping costs for the above-mentioned reasons.
Due to the nature of the product, returns based on a change in product preference will not be accepted.
How to Return Your Breast Pump:
Step 1: Contact Edgepark Customer Care after receiving the breast pump to initiate a return. Obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization number and the return shipping label.
All returns must be authorized by Edgepark with an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number. This number must be written on the outside of the package when you return it. Returns without an RMA will not be accepted.
Edgepark Customer Care is available at 1-800-321-0591 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST.
Step 2: Ship the breast pump to Edgepark within 30 days of receiving the RMA number.
We recommend using a secure shipping method to send the item, so it can be tracked. We are not responsible for items lost during shipping and cannot process the return until we receive the item.
Step 3: If applicable, Edgepark will issue a refund in the original payment form following receipt of the product, warehouse inspection, and approval of saleable condition.
Orders cancelled after the item has shipped are subject to standard return policies.
Breast Pump Defects:
Breast pumps are not to be returned to Edgepark if there is a pump defect, or any issue related to successful functioning of the product. These concerns must be handled directly with the manufacturer. Click here to access a complete list of manufacturer contact information.
Do I want an open system or closed? A lightweight pump? What breast shield size do I need? With so many breast pump options on the market, deciding what breast pump is best for you can feel overwhelming.
We're here to help you get started. Our breast pump guide walks you through:
What to consider when choosing a breast pump
Comparing features like size, battery life, and suction for all of the top brands
Since 1928, Edgepark has grown to become an industry leader in home delivery of insurance covered products, including electric breast pumps.
Our expertise enables us to make it easy to order a free breast pump through insurance by:
Offering some of the top breast pump brands available through insurance, like Medela, Spectra, Freemie and more
Contracting with a large network of insurance plans
Handling all the paperwork
About The Affordable Care Act
In 2010, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) adopted guidelines, known as the Affordable Care
Act (ACA) or Obamacare, requiring health insurance providers to offer breastfeeding support, supplies, and
counseling to lactating women. This means that you may be eligible to receive a free breast pump through
The coverage and patient out of pocket costs varies between health insurance carriers and plans. To find out what
breast pumps are covered through your health insurance plan, complete our online ordering form.
Questions? We're Here to Help
We're available by phone Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST