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COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test (10-Pack Holiday Deal!)

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Get results for COVID-19 in 15-30 minutes from the comfort of home with this 10-pack of antigen tests.

✓ FREE Shipping

✓ FSA / HSA accepted

✓ Arrives in 2-3 days

✓ 10 tests to cover you and your loved ones

  • Test yourself for COVID-19 from the comfort of your own home with Boomerang's Rapid Antigen testing kit.
  • Nasal swab test
  • Get results in 15-30 min.
  • Kit includes 10 tests

This easy at-home kit comes with two tests, and is meant to be used twice over two to three days, with at least 24 hours and no more than 36 hours between tests. Within minutes of your first test, you’ll have rapid results, but using both tests will give you the accurate reading you need.

✓ FDA authorized

Please note, all sales for COVID tests are final.

Your sample is collected through a nasal swab.

You may have COVID-19 if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

The following is from our article RT-PCR vs. Rapid Antigen Tests: Which One Do You Need?

Thanks to an influx of funding and new innovations in testing methods, COVID-19 tests are now more accessible than ever. That means you now have options when it comes to which kind of COVID test you want to take, and how you want to take it.

So…how do you decide which test to take? What’s the difference between an RT-PCR test and an antigen test? Is one test better than the other? And should you take an at-home COVID test, or do you need to go to a doctor’s office to get accurate results? Today, we’re breaking it all down for you!

What’s an RT-PCR test?

RT-PCR tests are often called the “gold standard” of COVID testing, because this testing method is both highly sensitive (which means it can detect the virus even in very small amounts) and highly accurate.

RT-PCR tests work by looking for the presence of genetic material (specifically RNA) from the SARS-CoV-2 virus—the virus which causes COVID-19.

Since their invention in 1983, PCR tests have been used to diagnose all sorts of infectious diseases, including HIV and tuberculosis. So while the RT-PCR test for COVID-19 is relatively new, the technology behind these tests has been trusted by doctors for over 30 years—and it’s incredibly good at detecting SARS-CoV-2 in our bodies.

But that doesn’t mean there haven’t been new innovations in PCR testing! In the early days of the pandemic, doctors often needed to use long nasal swabs to collect nasopharyngeal samples in order to properly perform a RT-PCR test. (If you had one of these tests…you probably remember the discomfort.)

But luckily, today’s RT-PCR tests can accurately analyze samples from throat swabs, saliva samples, or lower nasal swabs—all of which you can perform on your own, without a doctor’s supervision.

Here at Boomerang, our at-home RT-PCR test uses a simple, gentle lower nasal swab that causes zero discomfort, and only takes about 30 seconds to complete.

 

What’s an antigen test?

Not to be confused with antibody tests (which can determine if your body has previously battled COVID), antigen tests scan your sample for a certain protein produced by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Antigen tests are commonly called “rapid tests,” because you’re able to get results within minutes, thanks to their finely tuned technology. Yep, much like PCR tests, antigen tests have also been trusted and used by doctors for years—in fact, if you’ve ever taken a rapid test for strep throat, you’ve taken an antigen test!

But in the wake of the COVID pandemic, antigen tests have also gained a reputation as a second-class test. This is because antigen tests aren’t as sensitive as PCR tests—meaning, if there’s not enough SARS-CoV-2 virus present in your sample, an antigen test may be more likely to miss it.

That’s why, if you’re using a rapid antigen test, medical experts recommend serial testing—taking one test, and then taking another within 24-36 hours. By testing two different samples, you’re giving this testing method more chances to find the SARS-CoV-2 virus in your system.

Here at Boomerang, we always want you to get the most accurate results possible. That’s why we include two antigen tests in every order of Boomerang’s at-home antigen rapid test kits, to help make serial testing a breeze.

 

When should I take a PCR test vs. an antigen test?

PCR Pros: If you’ve been exposed to someone who has COVID, but are not yet showing symptoms, an RT-PCR test may be a better option for you. Because this test is so sensitive, it’s often able to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus earlier. However, for the most accurate results possible, you should still wait for at least three days after exposure before taking any type of COVID test.

An argument for antigen: If you are already showing symptoms of COVID, an antigen test will also work very well. Antigen tests tend to be more accurate when your sample contains a higher viral load—and symptoms are often a good indicator that you’re actively shedding the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Testing to leave quarantine: If you’ve had a confirmed case of COVID and completed your CDC-recommended quarantine period, a rapid antigen test can tell you if you’re still actively shedding the virus. RT-PCR tests are actually so sensitive that they’re not recommended for this purpose, as they can detect SARS-CoV-2 in your body even after you’re no longer contagious.

Testing for travel: If you’re testing before you travel, make sure you know which type of test your destination requires. While many countries now accept any form of negative test, some are still requiring a negative RT-PCR test for entry.

The bottom line: Medical experts agree: Testing is always better than no testing! So if you suspect you’ve been exposed to COVID, or if you’re experiencing symptoms like coughing or fever, use the COVID test you have on-hand. Once you have a set of results from either type of test, you can decide what kinds of next steps you need to take.

 

Are these tests still accurate if I use an at-home kit?

When used properly, at-home RT-PCR and antigen tests are just as accurate as taking the equivalent test at a doctor’s office!

Whether you’re at home, or at your doctor’s office, your RT-PCR test will be sent to an accredited lab for processing. (And here at Boomerang, your test will always be sent to a CLIA-certified lab, so you know you can trust that process.)

And at-home rapid antigen tests rely on the same FDA-authorized technology as any rapid test you’d take at a clinic. So as long as you follow the provided directions, you can be confident that either one of your at-home COVID tests will give you the most accurate results possible.

If you’d like to have at-home testing kits ready for any possible future COVID exposures, you can purchase at-home RT-PCR tests and rapid antigen test kits right here through Boomerang.

FAQ | COVID-19 Antigen Test Kit

Q: How many tests come with this kit?

A: This test kit includes 10 antigen tests.

 

Q: How accurate is an antigen test?

A: Antigen tests are believed to be about 75% accurate in detecting people with COVID-19.

 

Q: Is the test painful?

A: Antigen tests use a nasal swab technique that only causes mild discomfort during the collection process.

Test Description

Get results for COVID-19 in 15-30 minutes from the comfort of home with this 10-pack of antigen tests.

✓ FREE Shipping

✓ FSA / HSA accepted

✓ Arrives in 2-3 days

✓ 10 tests to cover you and your loved ones

  • Test yourself for COVID-19 from the comfort of your own home with Boomerang's Rapid Antigen testing kit.
  • Nasal swab test
  • Get results in 15-30 min.
  • Kit includes 10 tests

This easy at-home kit comes with two tests, and is meant to be used twice over two to three days, with at least 24 hours and no more than 36 hours between tests. Within minutes of your first test, you’ll have rapid results, but using both tests will give you the accurate reading you need.

✓ FDA authorized

Please note, all sales for COVID tests are final.

Sample Collection

Your sample is collected through a nasal swab.

Related Symptoms

You may have COVID-19 if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Related Articles

The following is from our article RT-PCR vs. Rapid Antigen Tests: Which One Do You Need?

Thanks to an influx of funding and new innovations in testing methods, COVID-19 tests are now more accessible than ever. That means you now have options when it comes to which kind of COVID test you want to take, and how you want to take it.

So…how do you decide which test to take? What’s the difference between an RT-PCR test and an antigen test? Is one test better than the other? And should you take an at-home COVID test, or do you need to go to a doctor’s office to get accurate results? Today, we’re breaking it all down for you!

What’s an RT-PCR test?

RT-PCR tests are often called the “gold standard” of COVID testing, because this testing method is both highly sensitive (which means it can detect the virus even in very small amounts) and highly accurate.

RT-PCR tests work by looking for the presence of genetic material (specifically RNA) from the SARS-CoV-2 virus—the virus which causes COVID-19.

Since their invention in 1983, PCR tests have been used to diagnose all sorts of infectious diseases, including HIV and tuberculosis. So while the RT-PCR test for COVID-19 is relatively new, the technology behind these tests has been trusted by doctors for over 30 years—and it’s incredibly good at detecting SARS-CoV-2 in our bodies.

But that doesn’t mean there haven’t been new innovations in PCR testing! In the early days of the pandemic, doctors often needed to use long nasal swabs to collect nasopharyngeal samples in order to properly perform a RT-PCR test. (If you had one of these tests…you probably remember the discomfort.)

But luckily, today’s RT-PCR tests can accurately analyze samples from throat swabs, saliva samples, or lower nasal swabs—all of which you can perform on your own, without a doctor’s supervision.

Here at Boomerang, our at-home RT-PCR test uses a simple, gentle lower nasal swab that causes zero discomfort, and only takes about 30 seconds to complete.

 

What’s an antigen test?

Not to be confused with antibody tests (which can determine if your body has previously battled COVID), antigen tests scan your sample for a certain protein produced by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Antigen tests are commonly called “rapid tests,” because you’re able to get results within minutes, thanks to their finely tuned technology. Yep, much like PCR tests, antigen tests have also been trusted and used by doctors for years—in fact, if you’ve ever taken a rapid test for strep throat, you’ve taken an antigen test!

But in the wake of the COVID pandemic, antigen tests have also gained a reputation as a second-class test. This is because antigen tests aren’t as sensitive as PCR tests—meaning, if there’s not enough SARS-CoV-2 virus present in your sample, an antigen test may be more likely to miss it.

That’s why, if you’re using a rapid antigen test, medical experts recommend serial testing—taking one test, and then taking another within 24-36 hours. By testing two different samples, you’re giving this testing method more chances to find the SARS-CoV-2 virus in your system.

Here at Boomerang, we always want you to get the most accurate results possible. That’s why we include two antigen tests in every order of Boomerang’s at-home antigen rapid test kits, to help make serial testing a breeze.

 

When should I take a PCR test vs. an antigen test?

PCR Pros: If you’ve been exposed to someone who has COVID, but are not yet showing symptoms, an RT-PCR test may be a better option for you. Because this test is so sensitive, it’s often able to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus earlier. However, for the most accurate results possible, you should still wait for at least three days after exposure before taking any type of COVID test.

An argument for antigen: If you are already showing symptoms of COVID, an antigen test will also work very well. Antigen tests tend to be more accurate when your sample contains a higher viral load—and symptoms are often a good indicator that you’re actively shedding the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Testing to leave quarantine: If you’ve had a confirmed case of COVID and completed your CDC-recommended quarantine period, a rapid antigen test can tell you if you’re still actively shedding the virus. RT-PCR tests are actually so sensitive that they’re not recommended for this purpose, as they can detect SARS-CoV-2 in your body even after you’re no longer contagious.

Testing for travel: If you’re testing before you travel, make sure you know which type of test your destination requires. While many countries now accept any form of negative test, some are still requiring a negative RT-PCR test for entry.

The bottom line: Medical experts agree: Testing is always better than no testing! So if you suspect you’ve been exposed to COVID, or if you’re experiencing symptoms like coughing or fever, use the COVID test you have on-hand. Once you have a set of results from either type of test, you can decide what kinds of next steps you need to take.

 

Are these tests still accurate if I use an at-home kit?

When used properly, at-home RT-PCR and antigen tests are just as accurate as taking the equivalent test at a doctor’s office!

Whether you’re at home, or at your doctor’s office, your RT-PCR test will be sent to an accredited lab for processing. (And here at Boomerang, your test will always be sent to a CLIA-certified lab, so you know you can trust that process.)

And at-home rapid antigen tests rely on the same FDA-authorized technology as any rapid test you’d take at a clinic. So as long as you follow the provided directions, you can be confident that either one of your at-home COVID tests will give you the most accurate results possible.

If you’d like to have at-home testing kits ready for any possible future COVID exposures, you can purchase at-home RT-PCR tests and rapid antigen test kits right here through Boomerang.

User Reviews

FAQs

FAQ | COVID-19 Antigen Test Kit

Q: How many tests come with this kit?

A: This test kit includes 10 antigen tests.

 

Q: How accurate is an antigen test?

A: Antigen tests are believed to be about 75% accurate in detecting people with COVID-19.

 

Q: Is the test painful?

A: Antigen tests use a nasal swab technique that only causes mild discomfort during the collection process.

How it works

1. Order your test

Choose from a variety of tests that support women's health, men's health, dietary health, and sexual health.

2. Register your kit online

After receiving your kit in the mail, you'll return to our website to register your unique ID with our lab's system.

3. Mail your sample back

Each test comes pre-paid shipping for quick return to our lab and you can track its journey every step of the way.

4. Receive your results

You'll be notified by email when your digital test results are available for review through our lab's secure portal.
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We're a lab

We are not a marketing company that outsources the science. We own our labs allowing us to provide quicker results and more accurate information throughout testing.

Real human help

Talk to a real person who works on site where testing is taking place. We value communication and are happy to help you throughout the testing process and beyond.

Get more than results

We believe in providing you with positive, actionable ways forward so you can take control of your health and do something empowering with the test results you've received.

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Rated 5 out of 5
November 16, 2022

This was so easy to use, I'm glad I found it! I had enough to keep testing while I had Covid, so I would know when I was finally negative, and tests left to spare, to give to friends and family.

Nicole M

Arrived quickly, good deal.

Rated 5 out of 5
November 15, 2022

Found this deal on Google just in time before the holidays. I'm hosting my family this year and wanted to make sure I have tests for everyone since cases are rising again. Arrived in 2 small boxes and had 5 tests inside each. Arrived in 3 days. Probably going to order a few more so I don't have to think about it again any time soon.

Adam A

Family Gathering Prep

Rated 5 out of 5
November 11, 2022

I’m having the entire family over this year for the holidays and although we’re all careful, i chose to be cautious and get a couple 10 packs just to make sure anyone with symptoms or concerns does a little prescreen before joining us for the festivities. I’ve used these test before, they are reliable and accurate. I just received them today and I ordered them over the weekend. Only took a little more than 24 hours to get my package. Overall extremely satisfied with their service. I will definitely be using boomerang again!

Albert

Easy to use & great deal

Rated 5 out of 5
November 3, 2022

These antigens are easy to understand and use. Plus the price is too good to pass up!

Jenny
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