Walmart Offers Big Savings on Back-to-School Eye Care9:25 PM
My husband, daughter and I all wear glasses, and my daughter and I wear contacts, as well. Since we don't have eye coverage through my self-employed health plan, we are on the hook for all costs associated with exams and filling prescriptions. Therefore, it's important that I get the best value in eyecare (not the cheapest, but the best VALUE.) I want quality lenses and frames, as well as an affordable price.
Thankfully, I tried out the vision center during a recent trip to Walmart, and I was able to get in and out within 45 minutes as a new customer. My doctor was friendly and fast, and I ordered the contacts that I usually get from the Walmart store, but was able to have them delivered directly to my home via 1800Contacts. (My other eye center would make me take a special trip to pick them up.)
Reordering is also very easy, as I get email reminders from 1800Contacts when my contact lens supply is running low. I can order as few or as many boxes as I want, depending on my budget, as well as enjoy free shipping!
I haven't tried them for frames and lenses yet, but based on the info I've received, I'm sure to take my daughter there for her back-to-school pair. With their sale going on right now, you can get complete pairs starting at just $29 (marked down from $38), and this includes their 12-month guarantee and scratch-resistance.
I know that our eye care isn't something to skimp on, but I really do hate paying full price for anything. Walmart helps us out by offering the brands we look forward to, at significantly discounted prices.
*I am a participant in the Walmart Moms program. Walmart has provided me with compensation for my time on this post. Participation in this program is voluntary. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.