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About 1800 Contacts
1-800 Contacts was founded by current president Jonathon C. Coon in 1995, along with business partner John F. Nichols, a certified optician. Nichols used his legal right to recommend contact lenses and streamlined the process on a national scale by allowing eye patients to simply phone in their prescription and have lenses delivered through the mail.
Aggressive advertising and the branding of the 1-800 number led to rapid growth and in 2002 the company purchased regular retailer Lens Express. Around this time they also started taking orders over the internet, becoming one of the first contact lens businesses to do so.
From the period between 2008 and 2013 1-800 Contacts was partnered with Wal-Mart, which promoted their service within Wal-Mart stores.
In 2012 the company was acquired by WellPoint Inc, who sold it on to Thomas H. Lee in 2014.
1800 Contacts Sells
1800Contacts.com functions like most online stores with a basket and checkout system. The only unique requirement is that you must provide a valid optician's prescription. You simply have to enter your eye doctor or their clinic's name, and the city and state that it operates. 1800Contacts will then verify the details before sending out your contact lenses.
You will also need to refer to a copy of your prescription so you can enter the correct information for your eyes, such as the lens power.
1-800 Contacts stocks a comprehensive range of contact lenses for all common prescriptions. These include Toric & Astigmatisms, Multifocal & Bifocal, and Color & Enhancing. Furthermore they stock a wide variety of brands including:
Acuvue, Air Optix, Avaira, Biofinity, Biomedics, DAILIES, Extreme H2O, FreshLook, Proclear, PureVision, and SofLens, as well as manufacturers like Alcon, Bausch & Lomb, CooperVision, and Johnson & Johnson.
You can also buy eye care solutions, drops, and vials to maintain eye health and to keep lenses moist.
Depending on the 1800 Contacts coupon you use, you may be able to apply it to any order or specific items such as Acuvue Contacts.
Pricing is competitive and they will match any verifiable lower price you find elsewhere (excluding sales and offers).
1800Contacts.com accepts FSA flexible spending and most vision insurance policies. Regular payments can be made with all major credit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
To redeem a 1800 Contacts coupon code simply click the link here at Coupofy and copy the code over to the promo box, which you should see just prior to payment.
Since most people need regular boxes of contact lenses 1800Contacts.com allows you to buy in bulk or set up a recurring order. Because of regulations the service is only available to US customers and select international locations.
Standards shipping (5 to 7 business days) is free, but you can also pay extra for 3 Day ($14.99), Next Day ($19.99), and By Noon ($24.99).
Returns are accepted on all sealed and unopened boxes of lenses, no questions asked. So if your prescription changes you won't have to waste any money. Return shipping is absolutely free with the provided label.