As a result of global inflation, it’s become more difficult for people to make ends meet. The high costs of living has made people become very prudent. For contact lens wearers, lenses are an indispensable part of daily living. But have you ever thought about how your purchase decisions could affect your savings and expenses in the long run? We’ve curated a special blog for you to suggest some tips on how you can save money in the long run through smart and careful purchases. These tips may be very basic, but they could assist you in saving money in the long run!
Make use of our discounts!
Here at Savelens, we are always thinking of ways we could bring the most affordable prices to our customers. And providing discounts is one of the ways we can achieve this! We always have many discounts available for new and returning customers!
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We offer a special price for customers wanting to buy contact lenses in bulk. Simply check out our website for more details! Sometimes we do a special discount on bulk deals. So subscribe and follow our newsletter and social media to be informed on this!
We currently offer FREE shipping for all orders above $120! (Please note this offer is subject to change without notice.)
Here at Savelens we offer an exclusive Points program! You could earn 1 point for every $5 spent. You could also earn extra points by leaving product reviews and through occasional special point deals. After you collect points, you could then redeem them at checkout! You could redeem $0.10 for every 1 point you have! Find out more.
Did you know that at Savelens we have a refer a friend program? Both you and your friends could get a 20% off coupon through referral links! Find out more. Make the most of these discounts and offers to save on your contact lens purchases!
We understand that when customers make a purchase, they not only take into account the price but also factors such as fast delivery, customer service…etc. But here at Savelens, we offer an exclusive price match program to offer you the best deal possible! Find out more.
Comparing Products: Is It Time to Consider Switching?
Contact lens costs can also differ based on the brand and type of lenses you choose. Generally, a one-month supply of daily disposable contact lenses (excluding coloured, toric, and multifocal lenses) costs around $30. We’ve curated a series of images to compare the costs of lenses and how much money you could save by switching products.
Comparison: Standard Daily Contact Lenses
Here is a comparison of popular daily contact lenses. (Base prices as of August 2023). Browse our selection of daily lenses here.
In this comparison, the lowest price is $0.76 per lens while the highest is $1.16 per lens. The price difference between these lenses would be a whopping $292 for a year’s worth. You could easily save that by switching to the cheaper option. The price of contact lenses varies due to the differences in materials used and other functionalities. Eye conditions vary from person to person, just like prescriptions. Therefore, we recommend you to consult with an optometrist and choose contact lenses based on your eye conditions and prescriptions.
Comparison: Circle Colour Contact Lenses
Here is another comparison of popular circle colour contact lenses. (Base prices as of August 2023). Browse our selection of colour lenses here.
Circle contact lenses have coloured rims. These lenses can make the pupils look larger whilst maintaining a natural look. In this comparison, the lowest price is $1.39 per lens, and the highest is $1.56 per lens. The price difference between these lenses would be $124.10 for a year’s worth. That’s how much you could’ve saved by switching to the cheaper alternative. (Please stick to your prescribed lenses from the optometrist to avoid uncomfortable experiences.)
In this blog, we introduced some tips on how to reduce the cost of contact lenses. We hope this was helpful to you, and that you will make the most of our deals to get the best value for your money.