How to Make Huge Savings on Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

How a Woman Saves 75% on the Cost of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses

How to Make Huge Savings on Daily Disposable Contact Lenses


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If you wear daily disposable contact lenses you could make huge savings with this tip.  One of our friends saves 75% on the costs of her daily disposable lenses.


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Necessity was the Mother of Invention


Discovered when one of us went away for the weekend but forgot to take a pair of daily disposable contact lenses for the following day.  Used by friends who are suffering cash flow problems at the moment – so could be useful to you too.


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You’ve driven more than 100 miles to stay in a hotel for two nights and luckily before you’ve thrown your daily contact lenses away, you realise that you haven’t brought any for the next few days.  You are without your glasses too.  What do you do?


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There’s a town nearby and the shops aren’t shut yet.  The Receptionist assures you there’s at least one Optician open in the town.  You head there, intent on buying a couple of pairs.  Problem is you don’t know your prescription and the Optician isn’t available to test your eyes so you can’t buy any.  What do you do?


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Get to a chemist and buy contact lens solution and contact lens case (if it isn’t sold in with the solution).  Simply treat your daily disposables as if they were weekly or monthly disposables.  Not ideal but better than not being able to see anything!


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One friend of ours swears by this method and uses it all the time.  She told her Optician last time she saw him and he told her that, as long as she ensures that the case is clean and uses fresh soak solution every time, that there shouldn’t be a problem.  As she only wears contact lenses when she goes out and rarely goes out for more than a few hours, she has found that she can use the same pair 4 and even 5 times.  She figured that the lenses are made to last 18 hour in the eye so she could actually make them last longer.  She’s reduced her contact lenses’ bill by more than 75%!  Not a bad tip eh?


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WARNING & DISCLAIMER:  If contact lenses split or fray around their edges they can be harmful to the eye.  Always use a sterilised case and new solution when you take them out to soak them.  Do not wear contact lenses for more hours than recommended.


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