Are you looking for ways to save money on your contact lenses? Here are four tips that can help. Don’t forget to check out Bausch and Lomb.
Tip #1: Buy in Bulk When There’s a Deal
One of the easiest ways to save is to buy in bulk when there’s a deal. For example, if one box usually costs $30 and then it goes on sale for half off, buying two boxes would be smart because that equals out to less than what you originally paid per box.
In addition, if you don’t use both boxes within their expiration dates (or get sick from them), this also makes sense financially since expired contacts aren’t going to work as well or at all! You’ll likely end up wasting more money by not purchasing in bulk when there’s a deal.
Tip #2: Try Lens Subscriptions
Another way to save money on your contacts is by using a subscription. Some eye care centers will allow you to subscribe for one year, which means they’ll automatically refill or re-order the contact lenses when necessary (you pay at most once per month).
This makes it super easy because there’s no need to remember how many months are left in your current box of contacts; if they run out before the end of the year, your eye doctor’s office takes care of ordering more!