With advertisements promising that you can save up to 70% off of your contact lenses, it’s hard not to buy online. And whereas your doctor may bill you, chances are the online service won’t. They want their money and they want it now.
In order to have something to compare those online prices to, you’ll need to check with your doctor and find out how much it would cost for you to get contacts through him; what kinds of contacts are available; how long can you wear the contacts for; and how much it’s going to cost to maintain them or are they throwaways?
Now that you’ve got something to work with from your doctor it’s time to go on line and compare. If 70% off is a true, honest to goodness offer; maybe a quick cash advance would be a way to get those contacts in your hands. Now it’s time to go online and compare again. All the fine print that every cash advance store or online source posts is worth reading; so do it carefully.
For both online research projects, seek out customer reviews. They can be extremely helpful.