Free Samples Are For Everyone!

Free Samples by Mail Are Possible

Those who want contacts have more options than ever before! Colored contacts without prescription are now available, and you can get them in an easy, time efficient way and they can be delivered right to your home. Free samples of contact lens are available and is the best way to try before you buy.

This article will explain what, exactly, these kinds of contact lenses are and how you can get them sent to your house, no charge. Please read on.


woman-eye-chartThere’s No Risk

Free samples of contacts allow you to try a pair of contact lens without any risk. Contact lenses can be quite expensive and makers of lenses know that people who have never worn them before might feel apprehensive about first trying them because they’re worried about putting them in and taking them out or how they’re going to feel. Giving someone a pair to try helps get people over that hurdle – plus, you get used to putting them in and taking them out rather quickly.

Since free samples of contacts are available, there is no need to spend your hard-earned money on a brand you’re not sure about. This is yet another advantage to you.

There is no limit to the number of free pairs of contact lens you can obtain, however, you can only get the brand and type that is selected in the offer that you sign up for. Sometimes samples will arrive in the mail, and other times a certificate will be sent in lieu of the certificate. The certificate must be taken to an ophthalmologist / eye doctor. When you visit them, the free sample will be provided to you.

Are They Different or the Exact Same Thing?

People wonder if these trials or free samples are different from regular contacts. No, they’re not different. They are the exact same thing!

The way it works is, the companies that make them want you to try them. They want you to experience them and how they work and feel. They don’t make different kind to give away – they’re the same thing… yes, the same kind you might pay $100 a box for. They’re good for 30 days, just like regular contacts. Because they’re the same, people realize how good of a deal this offer really is!

Where to Find Contact Lens and Free Samples

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Of course you can always visit an eye doctor in your are to purchase contact lenses. The area in which you live will determine the amount that you will pay for your lenses. Always compare prices to ensure that you are getting the best prices for them.

Contact lens companies offer free trials in hopes you will like the product and continue using it. There is never an obligation to purchase contact lenses. You can take advantage of any offers that interest you by visiting the website of your favorite manufacturer, or completing a simple Google search of free contact samples to find a huge array of offers.

No Prescription Needed? Really?

Here’s the Truth…

There has never been a better time for contacts. If you have been putting off getting contacts, you can now easily make the transition.

There are a few kinds of contacts – the regular ones that people wear to correct their vision and then the kind that are colored, which are more for cosmetic purposes. This kind does not correct your vision at all and it’s why people call them “non prescription contacts” but the truth is that, by law, in order to get a pair of contact lenses, you will need to see an eye doctor and get a prescription. This is even if they do not correct your vision. This is because contact lenses are classified as being medical devices by law. It’s the law in places like the United States, in Canada as well as in the United Kingdom.

Think of the time and money that you will save when you order contacts! Ordering no prescription contact lenses could be one of the best decisions that you will ever make.

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How to Get Them – The Steps:

Getting them is super simple. Just find companies that make contact lenses, go to their websites and look for their free offers. Do what they say and you’ll have them sent to your house in just a short amount of time. It’s usually just a matter of filling out a form and giving them your address. They might send you some advertising in the mail but they’re also giving you something for free, so that’s not really a hassle and you might even get coupons or valuable offers, so it’s really to your advantage to do this.

  1. Find companies that give away free contact lenses samples. You can do this by searching around or finding links to these offers.
  2. Fill out the forms on their website (there are no forms like this here as we do not manufacture contact lenses).
  3. You should get something to print out or something may be emailed to you or sent in the mail.
  4. Make an appointment with your local eye doctor. You’ll have to pay for this but you get a prescription and the exact measurements for your eyes, so this is important.
  5. At the appointment, give them what you got from step #3 above – the printouts/coupons/certificates.
  6. The doctor will order the contacts for you.
  7. They will arrive at the doctor’s office or they will be sent to you in the mail.

Again, these companies WANT to send them to you, so why not do it? Try them out – in fact, make SURE you try several brands. See which brand you like the best and then you can eventually start ordering that brand, knowing you’ve made the best decision for your eyes.

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Comments

  1. Shawna Overman says:

    I am so interested in trying out a free pair of colored contact’s but every site i go to say you need a prescription, but i know i have great vision, in the day time and the night time. I can read street signs forever away and so on and so on. Can someone please HELP ME!!!!

    Sincerelly Yours
    Shawna

    Thank you!!

    • Contact Lens Guru says:

      It’s not because of you but because of the laws in places like here in the United States. Don’t take it personally. :-) People with perfect vision still do need to get a prescription for contact lenses because they are considered to be medical devices by law. You do put them into your eyes, so it makes sense. What happened was, there were a lot of manufacturers making these really cheap colored contact lenses. People were getting them at places like beauty salons and novelty stores, they would put them in and then have severe eye infections. Some people even went blind. The government had to step in and regulate the sale of contact lenses – of any kind – if they help your vision or not.

  2. would like to try the free trial of a color contacts,,, have some now although they are prescription and would like to cange the eye color contacts!!! Jus for a change!

    • Contact Lens Guru says:

      Hi Peggy,

      Trying different colors of prescription contact lenses is a lot of fun. If you have light colored eyes, like blue, then it’s easy to go darker. If you have dark colored eyes, like brown, then you can still change eye color but you will want to use opaque contact lenses because they will block out your natural eye color, allowing them to look lighter. Have fun!

  3. Send me some!!!!

  4. I would like to get a free pair of non prescription colored contact lenses. Will you please help?

  5. So every place I have gone to that asked for a perscription, what if I already have a prescription for glasses?

    • Contact Lens Guru says:

      To get contact lenses, you need a contact lens prescription if you live in the USA, Canada or the UK. One for glasses won’t work – it’s not the same thing at all.

      • Even if I want non-prescription colored contacts?

        • Contact Lens Guru says:

          Yes, even for ones that don’t give you any vision correction – which is what I assume you mean when you say “non-prescription colored contacts.”

  6. mary Lytie says:

    can u please send me some free samples so I know what I want for color. I have natural light grey eyes and I would like to go with a light blue or gray! if I like them I promise you I will be sure to order right away!! I don’t wear prescription nothing as I can see just fine. mary l suamico, WI. thanks and hope to hear from you soon!!

    • Contact Lens Guru says:

      Hi Mary, we don’t send them out but please review our articles here which explain exactly what to do. Thanks!

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