You use the code GLOSSYBOX at checkout. It’s for new vision direct customers.
Seemed worth it to me too. Sadly, I haven’t had a code and no luck getting help either.
Me. You don’t get the current box you get a lucky dip from old boxes. I got a Huda highlighter pallette, floss gloss, shower foam and some other items I forgot. Well worth it but apparently not popular on here. I spent like £12 on 3 months supply of contact lenses and a Glossybox. It’s a deal for me :) I also went through a cash back website.
Did anyone take up this offer and get their Glossybox code?
You'll have to make an appointment
Posted 4th May 2020Posted 4th May 2020
4,000 free packs of daily disposable contact lenses to people working for the NHS, police and fire service, social care staff and teachers.FREE£8.99
Hopefully should helpa few members how to claim info on link and/or info below. Vision Direct is giving away 4,000 free packs of daily disposable contact lenses to people worki… Read more
If you are a member of Costco, they do deals on contact lenses now and again. I buy mine - Johnson and Johnson daily contact lenses for astigmatism - when they do the buy 3 months get a month free deal (£107). They do deals on other contact lenses too.
1 box left, 1 box right. Usually people have slightly different vision in each eye, so slightly different strength contacts for each. And yes you need a contact lense prescription. Normally free with a free trial I think at Specsavers. I think the company are supposed to check your prescription is up to date (within 2 years) but don't think they do.
I tried them, they are okay but not so great quality. Much thicker, very uncomfortable, itching all day!
Don’t forget 8% Quidco !!
Can anyone recommend a company that does Toric lenses cheaper than the Specsavers etc.
This isn’t comparable if I want to trial lenses before buying a large quantity; the least you would pay for the Acuvue Moist 5 pairs would be £4.05 plus £2.98 postage, total £7.03. This deal lets you try 5 pairs for just postage of £2.98, which equates to being over 50% cheaper.
Google Accuve Moist. Result shown below. 30 lenses for £12.15 from Vision Direct 10 lenses £4.05 (5 pairs) Free orders over £49... I buy 5 boxes at a time for free next day delivery, otherwise £2.98 Postage if under £49. Image below.
Do you mind sharing where you can get the Acuvue Moist for this price from please?
Not able to add code, as 'special price applied' shows on summary basket where you would normally enter codes, which does not allow further discount codes. This 'free trial' costs £2.99 for 5 pairs, and I pay £4.05 for 5 pairs of Acuve Moist. So a 'saving' of £1 is not tempting me to try them.
Boots do a free contact lens trial. You also get an assessment to evaluate the best contacts for you. To me this sounds a better (and safer) option.
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Posted 12th Nov 2018Posted 12th Nov 2018
UP TO 45% OFF! Cyber sale on ALL contacts and eye care @ Vision Direct. Expires soon.
Avoid lenses like these, Daysoft, etc. Made from Hydrogel, a material designed in the 1960's. Poor comfort, very poor oxygen transmissibility, high risk of problems, ulcers, etc. If you value your eyes, look for lenses made from Silicone Hydrogel. Much better comfort, vastly improved oxygen transmissibility, many are UV protecting, much less risks to your eyes. Pretty much all modern contact lenses (eg Coopervision, Acuvue, etc.) available at reputable opticians will be made from Silcone Hydrogel. Very good deals in Specsavers, Vision Express, etc. as mentioned above (also available affordably online). As with everything, you get what you pay for...
That's fair, probably not the best opening line! I guess what I meant was there is not always a saving buying online. Unless your wife's eye test and contacts check combined cost less than 31.44. Most opticians charge more than that as far as I know. So once again for me buying daily disposables online would cost me more than buying from specsavers if I total up everything. However, I can see some contacts probably are cheaper online, but I feel the majority of contacts are pretty reasonably priced in the all inclusive packages with the major players on the high street.
I got all that, but I was quoting your opening line, "I cant understand why people buy online" and cited a reason. That aside, apart from the free pair of glasses up to £45, I dont see what the wife misses out on. She has her annual eye-tests for glasses & contacts done by a local independent optician who she's used for years. The only real difference being she chooses to buy her daily disposables online instead, and save money in the process. I suppose her shout would be "I cant understand why people dont buy online" Lol, each to their own. The bottom line being as long as you are happy with your eyes, regardless of what route you go down, that's all that really matters. Her eyesight must be tip top, she misses nothing. (annoyed)
Posted 10th May 2017Posted 10th May 2017
Acuvue Moist Contact Lenses - £12.45 at Vision Direct£12.45
Vision Direct have these contact lenses on sale at the moment. Seems a brilliant price from a reputable retailer. £12.45 per box of 30. Free delivery when you spend over £50. 12 … Read more