Save on Contacts!
Buy contact lens annual supplies and save!
When you purchase a year’s supply of disposable contact lenses from an authorized yourlens.com eye care professional, you not only save money, you get peace of mind knowing that you’re buying contact lenses from a licensed eye care practitioner qualified to answer questions regarding eye health and the proper care and handling of contact lenses. You’ll save 10% and more when purchasing annual supplies of disposable contact lenses direct from your eye doctor through yourlens.com. Add to that a generous manufacturer’s rebate, often resulting in a discount of 20% or more.
What if I buy annual supplies and then switch brands?
Should a new contact lens design or material come along that’s more suitable to your vision correction needs, an authorized yourlens.com eye care practitioner will swap out your annual supplies and only charge you if your new contacts are more expensive than your last.
Isn’t buying contact lenses from my eye doctor more expensive?
Contact lens wearers look more at value than price when purchasing contact lenses, especially since the Internet is saturated with retail contact lens sellers, each one of them telling you that they are going to give you the best deal. When buying contacts from a yourlens.com doctor, you get ALL the discounts you can possibly get (discounts that big retailers either don’t tell you about or don’t know about), your lenses get delivered directly to your home or office and on many brand name contact lenses, you get FREE shipping if you buy annual supplies.
Do all annual supplies come with FREE Shipping?
Some brand name contact lens manufacturers offer FREE shipping for annual supplies and your authorized yourlens.com contact lens doctor knows which qualify. In addition to FREE shipping on annual supplies, your licensed eye care practitioner will also include manufacturer’s rebates, and pass savings along to you that result from contact lens pricing at the wholesale level.
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Look for value, not contact lens price
All too often contact lens wearers are concerned about price, not value. And although it may seem like you save money when buying cheap contacts online from contact lens discount websites, you may not be getting the best value.
Overall contact lens value is impacted by availability, customer service, convenience, value added eye care products and services offered by your eye care professionals and price. Over the years, consumers say they buy contact lenses direct from their doctor for five main reasons:
1. Personalized Service – Customer service offered by eye care professionals is superior to that of a big box retailer or online contact lens retailer
2. Professionalism – Your eye care specialist is a licensed healthcare practitioner intimate with eye health and who operates in a clinical environment, not a retail outlet.
3. Convenience – You can buy contact lenses online anytime from a yourlens.com authorized eye care specialist. Sign up for Autoship and have contacts delivered direct to home or office.
4. Value – A yourlens.com contact lens eye doctor delivers value through competitive pricing, superior service and technologies that make ordering contact lenses easy.
5. Trust – You may spend a few dollars more when purchasing contact lenses from your doctor, but it’s worth the peace of mind, safety and health of your eyes in purchasing vision correction products from a licensed eye care practitione – You may spend a few dollars more when purchasing contact lenses from your doctor, but it’s worth the peace of mind, safety and health of your eyes in purchasing vision correction products from a licensed eye care practitioner. The added service you receive from your doctor which include trial lenses, ease of contact lens return/exchanges and 24/7 emergency assistance are things you can never receive from a discount online retailer.
How do I know I’m getting a good ‘value’ on contact lenses?
The word value means different things to different people. In the contact lens world, value is a combination of price, ease of ordering, fast delivery and friendly service. Eye care professionals selling contact lenses through yourlens.com are typically above-average practitioners with a breadth of knowledge and experience in fitting contact lenses and in watching over the eye health of contact lens wearers.
In addition, if your eye care professional sells contact lenses through yourlens.com, you can either order directly from them, or choose to order contacts online by yourself. You can also sign up for AutoShip through yourlens.com, which automatically delivers contact lenses based on compliance. For example, if you wear 1-2 week disposables and you don’t want to purchase annual supplies, AutoShip delivers contact lenses at pre-determined dates so you don’t run out. It’s the ultimate in contact lens ordering convenience!
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How to get the best price on contact lenses
With so many places to buy contact lenses both online and off, it’s not easy to decide where to buy contact lenses. Deals, discounts, websites all claiming to sell contact lenses at the lowest price—it’s enough to make your head spin.
Make it easy on yourself; buy contact lenses direct from your eye doctor. If your eye doctor doesn’t sell contact lenses, then find one who does on yourlens.com.
A yourlens.com eye doctor will show you how to get the best value--and often best price--on contact lenses, especially if you prefer buying contact lenses online. By leveraging discounts they receive from contact lens wholesalers, and by optimizing manufacturer’s rebates for consumers, yourlens.com eye care professionals compete with online retailers at the price level while delivering superior customer service, convenience and overall value.
There are plenty of contact lens retailers online that mail lenses direct to you, but most of them are not your eye doctor, are they? They know little about you and you know little about them. An eye doctor, on the other hand, is intimate with your vision correction needs, is knowledgeable regarding contact lens materials, designs, proper care and which brand of contact lens is most suitable for your individual condition.
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