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Buy Daily Contact Lenses Online



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.




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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.


Pro tip: Right after your contact lens exam, it's almost always worth it to get a year's supply of your current prescription. Regardless of whether you're buying daily disposable contacts, monthly lenses or even multifocal contacts, buying in bulk will help you save money.


ContactsDirect does not have BBB accreditation and has an F rating. At time of publication, the average customer review rating is 1.17 out of 5 stars, with customers writing that they had issues with returns and refunds and issues with product quality. However, there are not many comments about contact lenses.


There are many different types of contact lenses. Daily use lenses are lenses that people use and discard daily, while a person wears long-term lenses for longer periods, for example, every 2 weeks or monthly. The lenses that a person selects can affect the price and the number of boxes they need to order.


A person should have more frequent eye exams if they are at risk of vision issues, such as people with a family history of eye disease, people who use contact lenses, people with diabetes, or people who have had eye injuries or surgery.


If a person has eye pain, blurred vision, floaters, or other changes to their vision, they should schedule an appointment with an eye doctor. They should also contact a doctor if their contact lenses irritate their eyes or cause pain.


You should not reuse daily (one day/single use) contacts. These lenses are only intended for a single use and should be discarded after they are taken out. Single use contact lenses are not meant to be cleaned nor stored for any period of time after opening.


Daily (single use) contact lenses are not meant to be cleaned and should be discarded after every use. Single use contact lens materials are not intended for prolonged exposure to cleaning/disinfecting solution and some materials may even break down when exposed to these cleaning solutions for the duration of a cleaning cycle (approx.. 6 hours). Do not clean daily (single use) contact lenses other than rinsing them with all-in-one cleaning solution to aid in insertion if desired.


Yes, by law-and for your safety-you can only purchase the brand of lens your eye doctor prescribed using a valid prescription. Some lenses do have a generic alternative, however, and you can contact our Customer Service Team for more information.


Yes. When you order contact lenses, you must have a current contact lens prescription which specifies the power of the lenses, the size of the lens, the type and brand of lens. See also How to Read a Contact Lens Prescription.


The most common types of soft contact lenses are Daily Disposables, Weekly Disposables, and Monthly Disposables. The classifications determine how long the lenses can be worn before they need to be replaced. Your exact contact lens replacement schedule will be determined by your eye doctor.


Designed to be an easy direct replacement contact lens for 'branded' contact lenses for example Focus Dailies Aquacomfort Plus and 1 Day Acuvue Moist.Crystal Aqua Daily contact lenses have all the benefits of a recognised brand, comfort, convenience, reliability but at up to 50% cheaper.Our customers rate Crystal Aqua Daily 4.7 out of 5 with 82.6% of reviews awarding them 5 *


Qualis HA daily contact lenses have been designed with all day comfort in mind, they contain a Hyaluronic moisturising agent embedded in their core, which provides powerful wetting properties, giving the wearer increased comfort levels from insertion to removal, so are recommended for contact lens wearers who suffer from dry eyes.Qualis HA have also been designed with a modified edge for increased comfort when blinking, this edge design is also credited for increasing the ease of insertion.40% of our customers reviews award them 5*


Focus Dailies All Day Comfort contains Ciba Visions patented lightStream technology creating an ionic surface which helps prevent build up of protein, helping the contact lenses remain fresh and clear throughout the day. The materials Nelfilcon A with added PVA and a high water content of 69% allows plenty of oxygen to get through to your eyes.Our customers rate Focus Dailies All Day Comfort 4.8 out of 5 and 86.4% of reviews award them 5*


Crystal Hydro Daily is designed with the advanced material Etafilcon A and contain UVA and UVB protection along with a handling tint.Crystal Hydro Daily are a great low cost replacement for your existing daily lensesOur customers rate Crystal Hydro Daily 4.7 out of 5 with 80.5% of reviews awarding them 5 *


Crystal 1 Day offer aspheric optics for great focusing, a moisturising agent for all day comfort, multi back curves to provide a great fit, superb handling, an easy to open packet, UVA & UVB protection, CE and ISO approved for maximum safety, making them an easy direct replacement for existing daily lenses on the market.Our customers rate Crystal 1 Day 4.6 out of 5 with 79.1 % of reviews awarding them 5 *


Daily Aquacomfort Plus Alcon`s Daily Aquacomfort Plus contain triple action moisturising system for increased comfort, along with a cushioning agent to provide instant comfort. With a wide fitting range going up to +8.00 and -15.00 they allow more people to experience the comfort and convenience of daily disposable contact lenses.Our customers rate Daily Aquacomfort Plus 4.5 out of 5 with 71.5% of reviews awarding them 5 *


1-Day Acuvue Trueye by Johnson is a world first for incorporating a new generation silicone into a daily lens, the result is a contact lens that lets almost 100% of the oxygen in the air get through to your eye.This advanced lens combines the benefits of more oxygen transmission (98%) with the highest UV protection (96% of UVA and 100% UVB blocked) creating a contact lens that can be worn comfortably and safely each day and then be thrown away.Our customers rate 1 Day Acuvue TruEye 3.9 out of 5 with 49.2% of reviews awarding them 5 * 041b061a72


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