Costco, Sesame partner to offer low-cost care to Costco members

Health & Wellbeing

Self-pay healthcare marketplace Sesame announced its teaming up with Costco to provide the wholesaler’s members virtual and in-person healthcare at a discounted price through Sesame’s network of providers. 

Sesame’s direct-payment healthcare marketplace provides consumers access to telehealth and in-person services, including mental health consultations and urgent care visits. The service is offered to individuals without health insurance or those with high-cost deductibles. 

Through the partnership, Costco members will have access to virtual primary care for $29, virtual mental health therapy for $79, 10% off all of Sesame’s services, and health check-ups for $72, which includes a standard lab panel and virtual follow-up consultation with a healthcare provider. 


Last year, Sesame added $27 million in a Series B round, just one year after it scored $24 million in funding.

In 2021, the telehealth marketplace added an online pharmacy to its platform, dubbed SesameRx, with prescriptions starting at $5 with free delivery. 

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