2 thoughts on “An Easy Way to Save Money on Contact Lenses”

  1. I used to wear contacts but about 5 or 6 years ago I had laser eye surgery. The surgery might not be practical (or possible) for everyone, but you’ll eventually make a return on your investment since you no longer have to pay for contacts and solution. I probably haven’t broke even yet, but no longer having to worry about contacts and glasses has been priceless. 🙂

  2. Speaking of rebates… Cashing in a rebate, if available from the retailer or lens manufacturer, on top of the flexible spending and/or insurance claim is even better. So you can pay $150 or so for a year’s supply of contact lenses, tax free with funds from a flexible spending account. File a claim with your insurance carrier to recoup some of the cost. Then send off a mail-in-rebate to the lens manufacturer for another $25 – $50. …almost like tapping into a tax free savings account with no penalty!

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