Citrus Park, Tampa, Florida Phonak Paradise Hearing Aid Pricing

It’s not uncommon for patients to do research on hearing aids before coming in for an appointment. Lately, patients have been coming in asking about the new Phonak Audeo Paradise. Paradise is Phonak’s newest line of hearing aids, and offers their most natural sound quality yet. Thanks to Bluetooth connectivity and smart-technology, these hearing aids can double as ear buds, a phone headset, and can even activate the voice assist on your smartphone! Accessories are also available, at an additional cost, for streaming television, understanding speech more clearly, and aggressive reduction of background noise. Listed below is pricing for Phonak Audeo Paradise hearing aids offered at Gardner Audiology in Citrus Park, Tampa, Florida. 

Phonak Paradise 90 Phonak Paradise 70 Phonak Paradise 50 Phonak Paradise 30
$2600 $2200 $1800 $1200
(per aid) (per aid) (per aid) (per aid)

Included with this pricing, patients receive: doctor fitting with an additional 90 days of follow up visits, a 3-year manufacturer repair warranty with loss and damage insurance, and a risk-free trial period. Phonak Audeo Paradise is currently only available in the receiver-in-canal (RIC) style. Pricing will be honored at Gardner Audiology in Citrus Park, Tampa, Florida through March 31, 2021. 

If you are interested in Phonak Audeo Paradise or other Phonak hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology in Citrus Park, Tampa, FL at 1-800-277-1182 or email to schedule an appointment. 

Purchasers are required to complete a short post fitting questionnaire.

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