Payment and Insurance Reimbursement

Rapid Antigen Test – Results same day, usually within 15 minutes – $175.
PCR Test – Results typically within 2 days of receipt* – $225.
Both Rapid and PCR tests – $295 ($105 savings)

We will provide you with a receipt for your test, which you can provide to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. While we cannot guarantee such reimbursement, typically insurance companies will provide some reimbursement for COVID testing, which they will pay directly to the patients. Each insurance company's policy on reimbursement is different, and may reimburse different amounts for the cost of the test. We will provide you with the needed receipt on-site at the time of your test.

If you have exposed family members you may bring them with for testing. If they're in the same vehicle as you, they'll receive $25 off their test.

No Appointment Needed
Drive-ups welcome.

*PCR test: In partnership with Doctor's Data Lab, we will provide you with a self-collection kit and a pre-paid express shipping label. Collect your sample on your own, and drop in the mail. After arriving at the lab, you'll receive your results typically within 2 days.
Insurance claim forms
Insurance claim forms
While we do our best to provide next day results, there are circumstances that may prevent us from providing your results with next day service. In such event we will do everything to provide your results to you as soon as possible. We believe in the accuracy of the results, but cannot guarantee the results and there may be false positives and negatives. The FDA granted Emergency Use Authorization and Notification ("EUA") for the SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR Saliva Test on March 24th, 2020. For more information on the SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR Saliva Test, please visit the FDA website. Rockettesting is an administrative and testing company and not a medical provider. As with any tests there may be delays in results or false negative or positive results. Should you have any symptoms of COVID or any other symptoms you should follow current CDC guidelines, contact your medical provider or call 911.