Contact Lens Free Trials
We know that contact lenses are just as expensive as they are necessary! To help you save money on contact lenses, we’ve put together a list of contact lens free trial programs. Most of these will require a doctor’s visit to get a new prescription for the free trial brand, but once you get that new prescription we hope you’ll come back and use it with us!
Acuvue Free Trial
Acuvue lenses are the most popular contact lenses in the world for a reason! With over a dozen different varieties of contact lenses, Acuvue has something for everyone. Whether you are looking for dailies, weeklies, or monthlies, Acuvue has you covered. And if you have an astigmatism or need multifocal lenses, don’t worry; Acuvue has those too!
To claim your free Acuvue lenses, head over to their MyAcuvue website and fill out the free trial form. After you complete the form, Acuvue will give you a certificate for free trial lenses that you can redeem at your local eye doctor.
CooperVision Free Trial
Like Acuvue, CooperVision is a popular manufacturer with options for all contact lens wearers. While CooperVision is best known for their Biofinity brand of monthly lenses, they also make daily disposable contact lenses like Clariti 1-Day.
CooperVision is currently offering free trial lenses on all of their major brands. To get your free CooperVision trial lenses, just complete this form at CooperVision’s website. Once you complete the form, CooperVision will send you a certificate for the trial lenses of your choice, which you can redeem at your local eye doctor.
Alcon Free Trial
Alcon may be best known for their multiple color contact lenses, but they also offer a number of daily and monthly lenses as well. Unlike Acuvue or CooperVision, Alcon has separate free trial programs for each of their different lenses. Below, you can find links to get a certificate from each of the programs. Like other manufacturers, Alcon requires you to redeem the free trial certificate from a local eye doctor.
- Freshlook Colors: if you’re looking to change your eye color, then you should try Aclon’s Freshlook Colors free trial.
- Precision1 Dailies: Alcon’s brand new Precision1 Dailies were designed specifically for brand new contact lens wearers. If that’s you, then take advantage of their Precision1 Free Trial today.
- Air Optix: Prefer a monthly lenses instead of a daily lens? Alcon’s Air Optix has multiple options for everyone’s prescription, so check out their Air Optix Free Trial.
Bausch and Lomb Free Trial
Bausch and Lomb makes the popular BioTrue contact lens solution that so many of us use. They also make several brands of contact lenses, including BioTrue OneDay, PureVision, and Ultra. Like Alcon, Bausch and Lomb has separate free trial programs for each of their popular brands of lenses.
- BioTrue OneDay: If you prefer a daily disposable contact lens, sign up for a free BioTrue OneDay trial.
- PureVision: If biweekly lenses are more your thing, Bausch and Lomb offers a free trial of the PureVision biweekly lens.
- Ultra: For those of us who prefer a monthly lens, there is a free trial of the popular Ultra brand of contact lenses.
Contact Lens Reviews
If you aren’t sure which contact lens free trial is right for you, check out our contact lens reviews. These reviews are full of information about the different contact lens brands on the market today. Especially if you are wearing contact lenses for the first time, it is helpful to go to the doctor’s office prepared with different options. And once you get your free trial and prescription, be sure to fill your future orders right here at Sight Supply!