Looked at the solutions I use, even with the discount they are much more expensive than elsewhere.
All Contact Lenses Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Worked fine for me, but having said that the first time I tried the new total was incorrect. Logged out and back in and it updated correctly
Or just do yourself a favour and use Daysoft - about £13.50 a month delivered for 32 pairs.
No point buying the voucher from Groupon as i tried to order some contact lense direct from them the total came to £32 inc delivery than i went to Groupon to get the voucher for £15 when i add that voucher code to smartbuyglasses webisite they change price to £21.90 payable. Therefore it will cost more to use the voucher £15+ 21.90 = £36.90
Xan't grumble at that; thanks for posting mikepcon
That didn't take long lol £15.99 is a crap price. £14.75 at Tesco and (IIRC) Specsavers.
Price has increased to £15.99 per box
just ordered mine, missed it last time. ive just made a new thread on this oops!
I didn't get charged. sooo..... idk.
Just look up on their website what contacts they offer, pick a brand and input your contact lens prescription.
Do you need to be on Prescription Glasses in order to be able to cash this Deal in or something?, or ..... As the link at: https://lens123.co.uk/collections/lenses/products/free-trial-pack On their web site it says: "Free Trial Pack £0.00 Enter Prescription (Contact Lens Brand and Powers) R & L" Or, am I missing something?.
Code not working?
feel good are cheap as are lenson esp for bulk orders vision direct also I also use https://www.lenstore.co.uk/request-your-appointment too as you get free sight test and contact lenses aftercare from vision express if you buy lenses on line with them wearing toric dailies means mine cost a bit more so i shop around and stock up with whoevers cheapest
I always use Feel Good Contacts. £26 delivered for a three month supply of lenses (monthlies). Fabulous customer service and speedy delivery in the four years I've been using them. Plus, Specsavers allow a free trial of their lenses every 12 months, so I use them to check over my eyes for free. Winner!
Used to be a strong believer in these but have now moved on to a different brand. Comfort-wise they were pretty much equal to start with but I found these tended to make my eyes feel dry sooner.
Hmmm, try getting a straight answer from them though, such as "how did you manage to release batches of lenses with incorrect pH if you conduct stringent tests?"...
the silk ones burn
£3-£3.50 is normal price, hubby has been using this for years.
Same price in Asda has been that price for a long time. That is for hard lenses
I bought the last bottle of this in Chelmsford a couple of weeks ago, so not sure if they are clearing stock, definately worth scanning though because shelf edge was still full price. Last time I looked in home bargains the solutions appeared to be only for soft lenses , I've not looked in savers though so I would be interested too , the solutions for hard lenses are always more difficult to find and certainly at a decent price.
Are you talking about soft contact lens or hard contact lense solution? There's a noticeable difference between the two types so as a wearer of hard lenses it would be good to know. thanks in advance
Check out either Savers or Home Bargains for the best value contact lens solution - it's £1.99 for 360ml and works exactly the same as the posh branded stuff for me!
if you go throuh the home page you can find a store locator https://www.wearlenses.co.uk/freetrial/free-trial.cshtml#/storelocator
god almighty I tried, specsavers tried charging me £35 for contact lens fitting test etc, had to order the lenses etc, took 2 months and lots of hassle. not free since you need to pay optician
You have to to print out a voucher, take it to your opticians and u get 5 free ones by the looks of it. Optician has to be running promotion but couldn't see a list of ones that were. cba.
I just made an appointment with Specsavers for my glasses and contact lens check up (feel my prescription has changed since the last one two years ago). I did have a contact lens assessment last time, but they tell me this newer contact lens appointment isn't free and will cost £20 as it's not covered by the NHS (sight checks are free in Scotland, for spectacles, at least, afaik).
Isn't this normal at opticians? I'm with Tesco and has about 2 month trails of different lenses to find the 'right ones' didn't pay anything but the £25 assessment fee once a year?
first the assessment is not free and second their cheapest lenses are awful quality, tried and tested
Despite concerns over its safety, from the Opometrist, according to the packaging this 'optivive' all-in-one contact lens solution is produced for TJ Morris Ltd (aka Home Bargains) by the UK based 'East Midland Pharma Ltd' - and according to their website 'East Midlands Pharma are the largest private label supplier of eye care products to the UK retail sector' . - It seems they produce 'own label products for Asda, Wilko, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Aldi, Morrisons etc - So I'd bet all the supermarket own-brand contact lens solution are made in the same place, with same safety - just sold at different prices! However, I just went into Home Bargains today and found they appear to have stop selling this - But did have a lot of Saline , branded Vizulize (Also a brand name used by EMP Ltd, who don't appear to list optivive anymore' - So hopefully the lens solution will re-appear shortly under another name and won't have to go to next cheapest place (Wilko) I'd previously used. Although it seems 'Savers' may also do lens solution at a similar price to home bargains (rather than prices people are trying to sell this for on ebay)
Bausch & Lomb recalled for being potentially hazardous.
Brand is 'Optivive'
I've been getting it for a while from HB now.. it is always this price
very good solution, no difference between this and overpriced "good" brands one also same ingredients. its listed on ebay for £8 delivered ( you can have a look :)- http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/like/141760862974?lpid=122&chn=ps&googleloc=9046187&poi=&campaignid=620865095&device=c&adgroupid=27378760866&rlsatarget=pla-181484330946&adtype=pla&crdt=0 I have been using solo care aqua before, which is £9/360ml bottle, honestly I SEE no difference between them ;)
Yes, that was at my most recent yearly contact lens check up
Did you have a re-test for them?
Thanks for this, got some Dailies AquaComfort Plus which my optician recommended over my usual DaySoft ones. Found the latter less comfortable towards the end of the day so this is me making the switch after the trial box :) TCB will be a bonus if it tracks but they don't have this code listed on their site so might not!
Also 11% TCB!
Strange, just tested it on FreshLook One Day Subtotal £43.92 total Promotion -£5.27 Delivery £2.98 Total £41.63
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