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Shop Now - No Prescription Needed

Buying contact lenses online has never been easier with SaveOnLens.
No prescription required, no customs delay, no tax.

As North Americas's most trusted online contact lens provider, we fully understand our customers' wishes and do all we can to make your life easier. Whatever the reason, if you know your prescription and it still works for you then you may buy contact lenses without sending the prescription details. While SaveOnLens don't always have to be in possession of the prescription, we do reserve the right to verify such details with you or your eye care practitioner especially if you do not know your prescription.

You may get your contact lenses from SaveOnLens.com by either one of the following ways.

1. Order your contact lenses online from SaveOnLens with the prescription on the side of your contact lenses box or on the script from your eye care practitioner.

We strongly advise you to only use this option if you are sure the prescription is still working for you, and you are ordering the contact lenses prescribed by your eye care practitioner. SaveOnLens.com suggests regular eye care. Frequent eye tests can detect not only changes in your vision, but also early signs of disease, such as dry eyes or diabetes. Self-prescribing contact lenses could cause damage to your eyes, and we would always recommend that you speak to your eye care practitioner if you want to try different contact lenses.

2. We can verify your prescription with your eye care practitioner. Just email us your eye care practitioner's info., and we'll do the rest. Most eye care practitioners welcome us to do so.

 
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