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Where Do I Buy OTC Hearing Aids In-Store?

Published: November 3, 2022

Updated: November 3, 2022

Over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids are finally here, offering an easier and more affordable way for those suffering from hearing loss to get some relief. It can be confusing, and even daunting, to know where you can purchase OTC hearing aids from, and what to look for when buying OTC hearing aids in-store. Let’s take a look at where you can buy Lexie Hearing devices in-store.

Where can I buy Lexie Hearing OTC hearing aids in store?

With the launch of OTC hearing aids on Monday, October 17th, you can now purchase a hearing aid designed to assist with perceived mild-to-moderate hearing loss in-store! You do not need to visit a hearing healthcare provider for an examination, prescription, or fitting, making these devices, such as the lineup from Lexie Hearing, more accessible for millions of Americans. 

Previously, most people suffering from perceived mild-to-moderate hearing loss would not have sought treatment or relief, as the cost of the hearing aids and those associated with visiting a healthcare professional were too much. OTC hearing aids that are now available in-store offer more affordable options as they eliminate the costs involved in visiting healthcare providers. So where can you buy Lexie Hearing OTC hearing aids from in-store?


Walgreens offers the Lexie Lumen OTC hearing aid online and in-store, as well as the Lexie B2 hearing aids Powered by Bose, online only. You can purchase the Lexie Lumen OTC hearing aid in-store nationwide by visiting your nearest selected Walgreens. Expert tip: Call your local Walgreens beforehand to make sure that they have stock of the Lexie Lumen OTC hearing aid in-store. 


CVS offers the LexieB1 and Lexie B2 self-fitting OTC hearing aids. You can purchase these hearing aids in select CVS stores, or you can purchase them directly from their website. 


Walmart offers the Lexie Hearing B1 and Lexie Hearing B2 self-fitting OTC hearing aids in select Vision Centers. You can also purchase these hearing aids directly from the Walmart website. 

Top tip: give your nearest Walmart a call to make sure they do stock hearing aids, and that they have stock on-hand. 

Best Buy

Best Buy offers all three Lexie Hearing devices, namely the Lexie Lumen OTC hearing aid, the Lexie B1 self-fitting OTC hearing aids Powered by Bose, and the Lexie B2 self-fitting OTC hearing aids Powered by Bose, and sells them directly on the Best Buy website. 

Why choose Lexie Hearing?

While OTC hearing aids, sold online or directly in-store, do not need a prior examination or prescription from a qualified hearing healthcare provider, it is important to have as much support with your OTC hearing aids as possible. Lexie Hearing prides itself on offering exceptional on-demand support for you to use. We help you to set up your hearing aids, troubleshoot any problems you may be having, and answer any other questions related to them. 

Lexie Hearing offers affordable pricing options across our range of products, with cost-effective upfront pricing as well as a subscription payment plan, because we believe that everyone, everywhere should have access to affordable hearing healthcare. The free Lexie app is also available for you to manage your device, and adjust your hearing aids to various environments, as well as make other adjustments that are best suited for you. 

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Written by Robert de Wit


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