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[PerfectLens.ca] Daily Contacts For Less

PerfectLens.ca has some daily contacts on sale. There is also a 15% off promotion when using the code: CDAT

Examples of Contacts on sale are:
1 Day Acuvue Moist 30 Pack on sale for $23.80
1 Day Acuvue Moist 90 Pack on sale for $70.50
1 Day Acuvue TruEye 30 Pack on sale for $32.50

There are many others on sale too. Check out the link:
https://www.perfectlens.ca/productlist/ ... -Lenses-SN


Free shipping is automatically applied to all orders over CAD$89.00.
Shipping is free or $2 for express.

Don't forget about Rakauten too. You could receive a 4% cashback.
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gcr has 12% cb for new customers, 5.5% for existing customers
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Is shipping free without a minimum? For me it's showing free shipping over $89
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If you have an Amex, my order from a few days ago got a $5 credit from PerfectLens so I guess they qualify for the Shop Small promo.
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There is a UK Dailey contacts cheap site I forgot name lol 100 bux for 6months supply
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the only site that doesnt have toric lenses
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traktion wrote: the only site that doesnt have toric lenses
Yeah, I don't get it. It hasn't had any Toric lenses for as long as it has existed.
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mikka2017 wrote: There is a UK Dailey contacts cheap site I forgot name lol 100 bux for 6months supply
Daysoft.ca, been using them for a couple years. Switched from acuvue oasis. Cheaper, less hassle and the fell great. 16-18 hours no issues.
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Please don't buy Acuvue Moist, they are the worst dailies ever. For me, they dry up after 3-4 hours and they sit very loose on the eye and have fallen out on multiple occasions. I have had more success with Everclear Elite.

I really liked Acuvue TruEye for dailies.

I switched by to my bi-weekly Acuvue Oasys, which I have been wearing for over 10 years without issue. Before then, I used Acuvue Advance before it was discontinued. Other brands I've tried O2 Optics
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battsup wrote: Daysoft.ca, been using them for a couple years. Switched from acuvue oasis. Cheaper, less hassle and the fell great. 16-18 hours no issues.
ya lol that site! cheap contacts!
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battsup wrote: Daysoft.ca, been using them for a couple years. Switched from acuvue oasis. Cheaper, less hassle and the fell great. 16-18 hours no issues.
Is the site and contacts legit for sure? I wear Dailies Total 1 and I always get them from Clearly Contacts, but even though the cost is less than the optometrist, it’s still quite expensive. On that site, $104 for 6 months seems a little too good to be true lol.
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battsup wrote: Daysoft.ca, been using them for a couple years. Switched from acuvue oasis. Cheaper, less hassle and the fell great. 16-18 hours no issues.
Ugh, yet another site that doesn't deal with toric lenses.
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Watchdogz wrote: Is the site and contacts legit for sure? I wear Dailies Total 1 and I always get them from Clearly Contacts, but even though the cost is less than the optometrist, it’s still quite expensive. On that site, $104 for 6 months seems a little too good to be true lol.
I've been using them for years.. they're great. They have two styles classic and silk. I use to wear the oasis and bought the silk style and my eyes didn't like the solution so I emailed them and they re-sent my order in classic at no cost. They're customer service is pretty good from my experience.
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ProfessorChaos wrote: Please don't buy Acuvue Moist, they are the worst dailies ever. For me, they dry up after 3-4 hours and they sit very loose on the eye and have fallen out on multiple occasions. I have had more success with Everclear Elite.

I really liked Acuvue TruEye for dailies.

I switched by to my bi-weekly Acuvue Oasys, which I have been wearing for over 10 years without issue. Before then, I used Acuvue Advance before it was discontinued. Other brands I've tried O2 Optics
Contact lenses are very much YMMV. I use Acuvue Moist every day without any issues whatsoever.
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battsup wrote: Daysoft.ca, been using them for a couple years. Switched from acuvue oasis. Cheaper, less hassle and the fell great. 16-18 hours no issues.
thanks for the website. they actually had rfd under who referred you drop down lol
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bringit wrote: I've been using them for years.. they're great. They have two styles classic and silk. I use to wear the oasis and bought the silk style and my eyes didn't like the solution so I emailed them and they re-sent my order in classic at no cost. They're customer service is pretty good from my experience.
Read the reviews for daysoft.com... seems they recently changed the packaging and contact lense materials and they are horrible.. was definitely intrigued but appears I will stay with the Clariti dailies..
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Anyone with a slight astigmatism wear normal lenses instead? I wore Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism and they are so uncomfortable it's unbelievable. I wore the cheap contacts from Hubble (completely normal lenses) and they fit and feel better. Is this bad for me?
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jronald wrote: Anyone with a slight astigmatism wear normal lenses instead? I wore Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism and they are so uncomfortable it' unbelievable. I wore the cheap contacts from Hubble (completely normal lenses) and they fit and feel better. Is this bad for me?
Not an optometrist but if you can see fine and don't drive at night then normal contacts probably would be fine for mild astigmatism. I have very mild astigmatism (0.25) that I can't even get correction for that low of an index.
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jronald wrote: Anyone with a slight astigmatism wear normal lenses instead? I wore Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism and they are so uncomfortable it's unbelievable. I wore the cheap contacts from Hubble (completely normal lenses) and they fit and feel better. Is this bad for me?
These questions should be answered by an eye doctor (likely an optometrist) and not by RFD. Ordering online has its risks. Most of the time if you order through your doc there are usually rebates that makes pricing comparable.

There's also a reason why a lot of online companies don't dispense toric lenses. Fitting toric lenses is more than entering your prescription. Each lens fits differently and is designed differently.

Please support your local businesses especially during this hard time!!!!!
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battsup wrote: Daysoft.ca, been using them for a couple years. Switched from acuvue oasis. Cheaper, less hassle and the fell great. 16-18 hours no issues.
Their prices are almost too good to be true. Are they as comfortable as Oasys? I've been using Total1's as well and my benefits covers a lot of it, but I have to play a balancing act between Total1's and AquaComfort Plus in order to stretch my benefits year to year. Would be nice to use something a little more affordable and be able to get a couple of pairs of glasses with the benefits instead.

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