A lot of people want to know what an allergy test costs and it can be confusing. There are so many variables to take into account.
How Much Does Insurance Impact the Cost of an Allergy Test?
The first variable is what is the contract your doctor has with your insurance company? The second variable is how much does your particular insurance plan cover? And then you have to think about your deductible, because even if it covers X amount, you may have to hit your deductible before it covers it. So it can be really confusing.
Skin Prick Allergy Test Cost
The good news is in terms of ballparks if you're getting a skin prick allergy test at a local physician's office, it's going to cost somewhere between $300 to $500. Sometimes it can be more, but in general, that's a good range.
Allergy Blood Test Cost
If you're getting allergy blood testing done at a local lab like Quest Labs or Labcorp, in general, it can be anywhere between a hundred bucks of a copay all the way up to a thousand dollars, or more!
At-Home Allergy Test Cost
And then there are finger prick home allergy tests, and those tend to be more affordable because your doctor can work directly with the lab instead of going through insurance.
Wyndly offers at-home allergy testing with insurance for $49, and testing without insurance for $249.
What Doctor to See for Allergy Testing
Ultimately, you want to work with a doctor you trust and you want to try to figure out your allergies using both an allergy test, but also a consultation with a doctor to figure out if that test result actually makes sense with your allergy history.
Take Our Allergy Assessment
If you want long-term relief from your allergies, Wyndly can help. At Wyndly, our allergy doctors will help you identify your allergy triggers and create a personalized treatment plan to get you lifelong relief.
Take our quick online assessment today to get one step closer to an allergy-free life!