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As long as you are happy that your current prescription is correct, you can buy contact lenses online without a prescription from NextdayLenses.com. We know some people are reluctant to provide their Optician's contact information because they don't want their Optician to know they're ordering their lenses for a cheaper price online.


Not sure whether the Acuvue Oasys 1 Day 1 Day 90 Lenses are for you Why not come into your nearest 1001 Optical store or contact customer service Our team of experts will be happy to assess your lifestyle and check your eyes, and then give you helpful advice on how to use and care for these contact lenses.


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Not sure whether the Acuvue Oasys 1 Day for Astigmatism 1 Day 90 Lenses are for you Why not come into your nearest 1001 Optical store or contact customer service Our team of experts will be happy to assess your lifestyle and check your eyes, and then give you helpful advice on how to use and care for these contact lenses.


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Not sure whether the Acuvue 1 Day Define with Lacreon 1 Day 30 Lenses are for you Why not come into your nearest 1001 Optical store or contact customer service Our team of experts will be happy to assess your lifestyle and check your eyes, and then give you helpful advice on how to use and care for these contact lenses.


1001 Optical is proud to sell Johnson & Johnson Acuvue Oasys 1 Day for Astigmatism 1 Day 30 Lenses contact lenses. Johnson & Johnson is an industry leader when it comes to comfortable contact lenses. These 1 Day contact lenses are ideal for both those newly looking for an alternative to glasses, and those who have been using contacts for years.


1001 Optical is proud to sell Johnson & Johnson Acuvue 1 Day Moist for Astigmatism 1 Day 30 Lenses contact lenses. Johnson & Johnson is an industry leader when it comes to comfortable contact lenses. These 1 Day contact lenses are ideal for both those newly looking for an alternative to glasses, and those who have been using contacts for years.


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Not sure whether the Acuvue 1 Day Moist for Astigmatism 1 Day 90 Lenses are for you Why not come into your nearest 1001 Optical store or contact customer service Our team of experts will be happy to assess your lifestyle and check your eyes, and then give you helpful advice on how to use and care for these contact lenses.


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Warby Parker doesn't just sell affordable and stylish eyeglasses -- the company sells contact lenses too. You can pick from Scout, Warby Parker's own contact lens brand, or get contacts from Acuvue, Biotrue, Air Optix, Dailies and other major brands.


A three-month supply of Scout daily contacts (a total of 90 lenses) starts at $47, which is a good deal for daily contact lenses. Depending on where you shop and the brand you use, prices online can vary from $60 to $200. You can get a six-day trial pack of Scout contact lenses to see if you like them before committing to a full supply.


Lens.com's prices are often lower than other shops for prescription contact lenses. It has an impressive selection of brands -- including Acuvue, Air Optix, Dailies and Biofinity Toric for astigmatism -- plus it takes returns and covers the cost of shipping unopened boxes back.


Like Lens.com, you can text or email your contact lens prescription, which speeds up the ordering process. 1800Contacts also offers discount contact lenses for students and free shipping on all orders, and allows you to update your prescription through an online test (only available for adults between 18 and 55 years old). You can also buy colored contact lenses from 1800Contacts. If you need to exchange your unopened lenses for any reason, 1800Contacts will cover the shipping cost.


A popular source for cheap contact lenses among my fellow CNET editors is ContactsDirect, because it often sends out coupon codes to customers. It has a wide selection of lens type options, including multifocal lenses, colored contacts, soft contact lenses for dry eyes and toric lenses for astigmatism.


Last but not least is GlassesUSA.com, which sells both contact lenses and glasses and will price-match other sellers. Like every other retailer on this list, GlassesUSA.com has all of the popular lens brands, including Acuvue, Biofinity and more, and offers free returns and free shipping on prescription lenses.


Buying contact lenses online is just as safe as buying them from your eye doctor, as you get the same lenses you'd find at the optical shop. The process requires a little extra effort than getting them from your eye doctor, but you'll be rewarded with savings.


To get started, you'll need your contact lens prescription (more on that below). Simply search for the brand and model of contacts from your prescription at any of the stores above to find your specific lenses. Disposable contacts are sold in boxes, and most online shops give you a deal if you buy a six or 12 month supply, rather than one box at a time.


During the checkout process, you'll enter your prescription information to select the correct lenses and then submit verification of your prescription. Most stores allow you to upload an image or PDF of your prescription, or you can opt for the company to contact your doctor to verify it. This process can take as little as a few minutes or up to a few days if the store contacts your doctor. Once that process is complete, your order will be finalized and cleared to ship directly to you.


Yes. Contact lenses are medical devices that require a prescription for you to purchase them -- either online or in person. Before you start shopping, you'll first need to get an eye exam and contact lens prescription from your optician or optometrist. An eye doctor can help you determine the best prescription lenses for your specific needs, whether that's daily contacts, soft lenses, hard lenses, lenses for astigmatism or multifocal lenses.


Your eye doctor will also help you decide which brand of contact lenses will work best for you, and your prescription will include the brand name. That means you cannot buy a different brand if you find a better deal, but you can request a new prescription for a specific brand, at your doctor's discretion.


All of the stores on this list require a valid prescription to dispense your contact lenses, and they won't ship your order without one. Keep in mind that most contact lens prescriptions are only valid for one to two years (depending on your eyes and age), so if your prescription is expired, you'll need a new one to shop.


Disposable contacts will cost you more money in the long run over a pair of glasses. For example, Acuvue Oasys, one of the most popular brand of soft lenses, average around $25 to $40 for a box of 12 lenses at the stores above. That box of 12 is enough for three months (one lens per eye, thrown away every two weeks). That adds up to around $160 per year for contacts. 59ce067264






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