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Easy Ways to Buy An Owlet

It is our mission to empower ALL parents with the information they need to know their babies are okay. In order to accomplish this mission, our product needs to have both affordable prices and be accessible. Every day we are exploring new options to make this possible and are working hard to make technology that is normally thousands of dollars, less expensive and appropriate for in-home use on an infant for $299.

While we’re extremely proud of the work we’ve done so far to make the Smart Sock 2 more affordable than other products that use pulse oximetry, we understand there’s still a lot of work to be done and we’re continually working to make our products less expensive to produce while maintaining the quality and reliability. Here are a few immediate ways we are trying to help ALL parents experience the peace of mind Owlet provides.

Learn more about them below!

Payment Options – Buy Now, Pay Later – Starting at $25 per month for 12 months

Owlet offers the option to buy now and pay later through Affirm. Simply go through the checkout process like normal until you get to Payment Method. Once there, select ‘Affirm Monthly Payments’ and you’ll be directed to Affirm’s site to apply. Learn more about this payment option and financing through Affirm here: https://store.owletcare.com/pages/affirm-faq

Buy the Smart Sock using HSA / FSA funds

Did you know that you can now use your FSA or HSA funds to purchase an Owlet? It’s easy! Simply visit our website and add products you would like to purchase to your cart. Once finished, proceed through the checkout process like normal and use your FSA or HSA card in place of your debit/credit card. 

Discount Owlet Smart Sock – Certified Refurbished

Keep an eye on our website — as inventory allows, we sell Certified Refurbished Smart Sock 1’s for a 30-50% discount (price ranges from $149.99 – $199.99). Affirm and gift cards can be used in conjunction with refurbished monitors too! To see if we have any refurbished monitors in stock, check out our website.

Add Owlet to Your Registry

Are you signed up for a registry? The Owlet Smart Sock 2 is now sold in major retail stores, like buybuy Baby, Babies R Us, and Amazon.com, where you can add it to your registry! You can also easily add the Owlet using the online Babylist Baby Registry here.

Gift Cards – Help From Friends

Did you know we offer gift cards on our website? Amounts from $5, $15, $25 and up are available, which is a great way for your friends and family to contribute, even in small amounts. Find them here.

Foundation Support

If you find none of these options seem appropriate for your circumstances, you can seek support from one of many foundations who raise funds to purchase Owlet Smart Socks for families in need. Many of these foundations have an application process and quantities are limited. To help, Owlet matches many foundations one for one.

The Future (Insurance, Subscription & More)

Owlet has submitted a 510(k) application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), seeking clearance for a medical version of the Owlet Smart Sock. This would open the door to have the Smart Sock covered by insurance and give doctors the opportunity to prescribe them to patients. We are also looking into a subscription model where parents can essentially rent their Owlet device.

Have an idea to make Owlet more affordable? Comment below! Please remember Owlet does not offer coupon codes or discount codes. If you are aware of any site claiming to offer a discount, let us know.

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30 comments

  1. Are there a list of foundations we can apply to? I’m expecting my first child in March and she has been diagnosed with a congenital heart defect. We are a low income family. Hoping this can be covered by insurance eventually:)

  2. Hi. I put an owlet on my amazon registry and it qualifies for the 15% completion discount, however my friends and family got owletcare gift cards at my shower. Can I somehow get a 15% from owlet to use my gift cards but get my amazon price???

  3. I saw a post about a quote for triplets I had previously gotten a hold the islet team and said they don’t offer this as a triple thing bc u would have to individually buy each unit idk who has 7-800$ to individually buy them and then also have to have 3 diff devices to run it otherwise u have to sign in and out which then u wouldn’t be able to keep track of your baby.. is this something that’s been worked on or is this still the same and u have to buy individual units??

    1. Hi Kim! With the nature of pulse oximetry, you would need to buy an individual Owlet for each child. Our team is working on a fix for viewing multiple babies in the app, though! However, regardless of which baby profile is open, you’ll still receive push notifications from the other profiles. The base stations will also continue to function as the primary notification system (meaning they’ll notify you if you don’t have the app open or even if you don’t have the app). We hope that helps!

  4. Hi I have a baby boy and he has healthy issues my doctor recommended this but we don’t have the money for it is there anyway I could get help with getting one.

  5. Are there any stipulations that make this an approved purchase with an HSA? For example, does it need to be suggested/prescribed by a doctor or need to be used for any certain illness or medical condition? Or is it where anyone for any reason who buys it can use their HSA or FSA? Thanks so much!!

  6. How can I get financial assistance for my purchase? We are a one income household with no insurance and don’t qualify for affirm.

  7. I am on the monthly payment plan for the Owlet. Can I replace my credit card info with my FSA card information to make the remaining payments?

  8. is this considered an acceptable purchase when using HSA? I know HSA/insurance does not always cover certain purchases when using HSA.

  9. Hello! I bought an Owlet in August. Can I file a claim with my medical Flexible Spending Account now to be reimbursed for that?

  10. I am a foster mom who takes drug exposed newborns. Therefore, I am not their insurer, and no HSA applies, and of course the county won’t reimburse me for anything like this. Is there a list of foundations I can apply to? I applied to one that I saw online, but all I seemed to accomplish was more facebook ads, and no response to my application.

  11. Do you know when you should hear back about insurance possibly covering some/all of it? Our baby is due in February and I plan on getting one, but I’d rather wait if it could go towards our deductible. 🙂

  12. I would like to get one of these for my son who is in the nicu born at 23 weeks it would give me some piece of mind but I can’t afford it can my insurance pay or it or how can I go about getting one?

    1. Hi Amber! At this time, it’s highly unlikely that your insurance would cover the cost. However, in the post above, we have a few suggestions that may help. Best wishes from the Owlet Team!

  13. I purchase an owlet sock and base 6 weeks ago – can I use HSA funds to self-reimburse for that, or is this only for new purchases?

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