According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Americans spend approximately $15 billion dollars each and every year on various types of corrective eyewear. That’s a pretty hefty price tag! If you’ve been to the eye doctor recently, you can probably relate. Whether you’re getting glasses or contact lenses, the trip certainly isn’t cheap. So, how can you get contact lenses free samples and savings? I’m glad you asked! Here are some tips.
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Contact Lenses: Free Samples
Whether you have vision insurance or not, contact lenses free samples are always welcome. There are a couple of ways you can get contact lenses free samples. For starters, be on the lookout for promotional offers and giveaways not only from contact manufacturers but also retailers (online and offline) such as this great freebie for a free 30 day supply of contact lenses. Stay up-to-date on what contact manufacturers are dreaming up as you may be able to get contact lenses free samples of new products that the manufacturer is looking to get out into the market.
Also don’t be afraid to ask your eye doctor if they would throw in contact lenses free samples so you can try them out or if you are making a purchase with them. If you do decide to buy your contact lenses from your eye doctor make sure you ask for any rebate offers that may be available. In this savings chart article I share how I was able to save money on contact lenses with a mail in rebate.
Contact Lenses: Savings
Finding contact lenses free samples can be a bit of a challenge; however, finding savings isn’t too difficult. To start with, recognize that your doctor may not be the cheapest source for contact lenses. Head to the Internet and do some comparison shopping. When comparison shopping on sites like 1-800-contacts, make sure that you get the complete price (the price for the product, shipping, and processing) and be on the lookout for anything that simply sounds too good to be true as it may be a scam. Another option to get contact lenses savings is to buy in bulk. Most of us only go to the eye doctor once a year meaning our prescription won’t change any more frequently. Some retailers offer discounts if you purchase contact lenses for a year at a time.
Getting contact lenses free samples and savings can be a bit of a time consuming process involving lots of Internet research; however, the effort is definitely worth it. Stop spending your hard earned money on contact lenses. Use the tips in this article to find contact lenses free samples and savings.
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