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Free 1 Month Trial of Daily Contact Lens (Precision1) with Eye Test Booking at Selected Optometrists (Save up to $94) @ Myalcon

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For those who are due for their annual eye test and want a freebie, then look no further. For a limited time (and while stocks last) when you book an eye test at participating optometrists, you can redeem a full month of daily contact lenses (yes full month). That equals to 2 boxes of 30 lenses*. Simply fill in the form (password needs to be created for some reason). Note some places like OPSM charge a contact lens service fee (approx. $50) whereas other places do not, so best to call them up and confirm!).

According to OPSM each box of 30 costs $47, so a potential value of $94

*One (1) free box for monocular customers

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    Trial maybe?

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    Looks good. I'll see how I go

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    keeps saying invalid data when trying to generate voucher

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    The conditions state, in fine print:
    "For first time contact lens wearers only"

    Thus it's not applicable for those due for their annual eye checkup if you already have contacts.

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      I have glasses and contacts.

      I'll take my glasses to the appointment

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      Maybe just go to a different optometrist? I took that line to mean people who hadn't tried this brand before.

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      This is a debatible statement. I haven't had this particular type of contact lense before (I had j&j true eye and oasis) and was able to get the free trial via opsm but had to purchase a month's supply first. So effectively two months worth for the price of one. My feedback is they are good lenses softer than j&j but harder to remove from the eye. I'll stick with precision. I trialed total dailies too, much the Same for me

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    I'm already a contact lens wearer but also due for my annual checkup. Have used up all quota for optical with private health so this may work out well as they usually insist on a fitting when changing types.
    Some optometrists don't bulk bill for eye exams, something to check. Specsavers do and are good with free trial lenses anyway (often drop for some to tide me over if I'm waiting for an order to arrive etc.

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      Interestingly when I checked for Canberra none of the many specsavers came up in the list, only chain store was OPSM and the others were all local optometrists or local chains (Canberra region not like SS or OPSM etc). Could be that there may be no way to get this "free" as OPSM charges a service fee and local stores might too.

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        Same, all charged a fee between 50-100 in the city. Apparently Costco is a provider but not sure if they charge for the test

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    Where does it say you get 2 boxes?

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      Dailies for a month is 30 per eye and each box has 30, thus 2 boxes. Unless you’ve got one eye then you only get 1 box :P

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