[Now Free After Reimbursement From Insurance] In Stock: Pack Of 2 iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests For $18.81-$19.80 From Amazon

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Update: Alive again, the US Government announced that up to 8 monthly home COVID tests per person will be reimbursed by insurance companies starting today. Read this post to see the full details and contact your insurance provider to for reimbursement details.

Update: DEAD!

In Stock: Pack Of 2 iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests For $19.80 From Amazon

Also in stock are Pack Of 2 On/Go at-Home COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Self-Tests for $24.49.

At home COVID-19 antigen rapid tests have been sold out online.

  • FDA Authorized 15-Minute Self-Test: The test is a 15-minute self-test to detect whether or not an individual has COVID-19. The test can be completed in the comfort of your own home without the need to ship your sample to a lab.
  • The iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is a lateral flow assay intended for the qualitative detection of nucleocapsid protein antigen from SARS-CoV-2.
  • Easy to Use with Zero Discomfort: Test can be done by inserting 1/2 to 3/4 inch of a simple non-invasive nasal swab. Step-by-step instructional videos are available in our app (Installation of app is optional).
  • For Ages 2 and Above : The self-administered test is recommended for individuals aged 15 years and older. Adult-collection is required for testing children 2-14 years old.
  • Manage Group Testing Via Mobile App: The iHealth Test app allows the administrator of a small group to monitor and track the group members’ test results as needed at school, work or an event.
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What is the true accuracy of these tests? Are there reports of false negatives?
Are these legitimate enough to show before I go to Israel?


The iHealth® COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test when conducted by a lay user correctly identified 94.3% of positive samples. Additionally, the iHealth® COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test correctly identified 98.1% of negative samples.


For comparison, the BinaxNow tests are apparently 84% sensitive to positives, and 98.5% for negative.


I don’t think you can use this for travel. The FAQ on their website says regarding accuracy:

“Based on the results of a clinical study where the iHealth® COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test was compared to an FDA authorized molecular SARS-CoV-2 test, iHealth® COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test correctly identified 94.3% of positive specimens and 98.1% of negative specimens.”

I tried to post this with the link to the FDA study that confirms these stats but I think it was auto-removed.


Google is your friend…. direct from the source

“not a home test kit”


Bronx Mama

I haven’t seen these *out* of stock those week. And the Abbott Binaxnow tests have been available this week for $14/2 through Walmart from 3-7 AM Eastern.


ships in 9 days

will go to urgent care center instead


some states starting offering at home kits free of charge (got today sms from state)


Hi, I think it may be worth posting a reminder to all of those that took advantage of the Kohl’s rebates black Friday deal that the deadline is coming up.


Lots of mixed reviews on these around missing components, anyone have experience?

Dave Hanson

Showing dead again for me, delivery Jan 10.


I just bought them again. They are great for “peace of mind” prior to walking into an affair or a family event or being with family. The price break makes sense. NOTE: These are not “legally” accepted anywhere as proof of anything (ie. no for Israel)


+1. Just hope they are accurate.


“Usually ships within 12 days.”

To be eligible for reimbursement through insurance, does the order need to be placed after January 15 or is it enough for the order to ship after January 15?


When ordered on 1/8, it said 12-15 days to ship. Received 1/10.

Liam K. Nuj

How would the insurance know and why should they care when it was ordered? If the invoice says January 15th or later, then that is the purchase date. Period.
Personally, I would rather get them from a source that supplies them with no out-of-pocket charges and they bill the insurance company. Does that setup exist yet?


It depends on your insurance company. Some of them have established a pharmacy chain as their preferred provider. Then you can go there and show your insurance card and it’s like a prescription with no copay. Of course that only works if the stores in your area have enough tests in stock and mine do not.


RE: You may want to stock up now if you need them, even though they are not currently covered by insurance.

If you order now Amazon won’t ship and charge you before a few days. (They say 12 days to my address). so you might get the refund

Bronx Mama

How is it free after reimbursement if reimbursement? Is the reimbursement not $12?


I believe rapid tests are acceptable for travel to Israel however even if gets you on the flight you still have another test when you land so its not worth taking chances with a rapid that supposedly can have false results (more then the pcr tests)


Anyone got any money from insurance


…Your claim is in progress. A claim typically takes 14 days to process. We will then send you a claim determination in the mail…


Is medicaid also covering these?

steven rothman

They are NOT covered by Medicare

Good Luck!

Amerigroup said on their website that you could get free tests only if you order from them. They don’t give any info on submitting a claim to be reimbursed for tests that you bought yourself…