WHETHER you’ve been struggling with your hearing, or just want to give yourself a health check, having a periodic hearing test is always a good idea.

Boots Hearingcare offers a quick and free 15-minute hearing check in stores across the UK, and when you book you’ll be able to collect an extra 200 Advantage points.

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  • Book a free Boots Hearingcare check here

The practical and simple check is the fastest and easiest way to find out how well you’re hearing.

During the straightforward free check up, a Boots Hearingcare expert will test a number of things to give you a good indication of whether you have any hearing issues.

The expert will first check the health of your ears, and then carry out a few simple tests to see how well you are hearing.

You’ll also be offered advice on how you can hear better.

If there are any signs of hearing loss, the Boots Hearingcare expert will invite you back for a longer and more thorough 75-minute test.


If you do plan to book a free test, Boots Hearingcare are currently offering customers an extra 200 Boots Advantage Card points.

To claim all you have to do is present this code: 200INFMAY22 to your audiologist on the day of your appointment. The Advantage points will then be added directly to your card.

The amazing offer is only valid until June 30.

In addition to extra Advantage Card points, Boots is also offering 15% off its bestselling hearing aids.

The offer, which is on until June 17, includes savings on the Phonak Paradise 90 and Phonak Virto Titanium 90 models.

If you don’t already have a Boots Advantage Card, you can sign up for one for free online or in store.

The reward card enables shoppers to collect points with every Boots purchase as well as a number of additional perks and savings all year round.

Book a free Boots Hearingcare check here and collect 200 Boots Advantage points.

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