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Trying to save money by wearing your daily contacts for a week at a time? That’s bad for your eyes. If you’re tired of paying through your eyeballs for contact lenses, we’ve found a solution. Hubble Contacts will give you your first box of contact lenses free when you sign up for a monthly subscription. At just $33 for 60 contact lenses, that’s only about a buck a day. And you get 15 sets—that’s 30 bonus lenses—free.
Why are contact lenses so expensive, anyway? Hubble says in the US and Canada, just four manufacturers control 95 percent of the contact lens market. So the big companies can set prices at will, without much fear of competition.
Hubble wants to disrupt the contact lens market by offering subscriptions to keep its production costs down, so they can offer a lower retail price to you. After a year-long worldwide factory search, Hubble chose St. Shine, an FDA-approved contact lens manufacturer with more than twenty years of experience, to produce its lenses. St. Shine produces billions of high-quality contact lenses for the worldwide market each year, from its facility in Taiwan. They use state-of-the-art injection molding to craft them from high-grade methafilcon-A hydrogel material with 55 percent water content, UV protection, and a thin edge. They then perform a battery of quality control tests and regular inspections to assure their integrity. St. Shine lenses are worn safely around the world, from New York to Tokyo. So you know you can trust them.
Sign-up is a snap. Just provide your prescription details on hubblecontacts.com, and Hubble will verify that information with your eye doctor. Once that’s confirmed, you pay just $1 to cover shipping and handling, and your first free box of contact lenses are on the way post-haste. Hubble will bill you $33 (plus $3 shipping) every 28 days after that. You can change the frequency of your subscription at any time you like, and cancel if you’re not satisfied.
Here’s another sweet perk: All Hubble lens packaging is 100 percent recyclable. So you don’t have to feel guilty about changing out your lenses every day. Hubble currently offers lenses in powers ranging from -0.50 to -12.00 and +0.5 to +6.00.
At barely a dollar a day, so you can finally afford to wear fresh lenses as much as you like. With Hubble, you no longer have to choose between your eyes and your wallet. And, you get a free box to boot. Looks like the choice is clear.
GET IT: Get a free box of contact lenses when you sign up for Hubble today
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