You can get free contact lenses to try from just about every manufacturer. It’s called a free trial—a chance to “try before you buy.”
CooperVision® is no different in that regard. You can get a free trial of any of our contact lenses. What’s different is who we are and our approach to serving contact lens wearers like you.
We appreciate that no two eyes, no two patients and no two days are ever the same. You’re unique. And we understand our contact lenses are just one of many valuable ingredients in your daily life. That’s why we craft world-class lenses for both mainstream and challenging vision corrections, and we look for ways to make it easier for you to find the lenses that best fit your life.
Click to get your e-coupon for a free trial* of any CooperVision® contact lenses. Then schedule an appointment with your eye doctor to redeem the coupon.
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You can use our tool to find an eye doctor if you need one. Your eye care practitioner will help ensure you select the CooperVision® lenses that best fit your life and vision correction needs.
Do you trust your eye doctor to care for your vision and the health of your eyes? It’s essential that you do. You should have that same level of trust in your contact lenses, which is why you can choose CooperVision® contact lenses with confidence. CooperVision® is a global leader and innovator in the soft contact lens industry. Since 1980, we’ve been making contact lenses for astigmatism, nearsightedness, farsightedness, and presbyopia, all with your health and comfort in mind. Whether you’re new to contacts or a long-time wearer, this is really a no-brainer. Try CooperVision® contact lenses for yourself—then decide. It’s a small investment in time that could improve your vision and your life.
*By prescription only. Eye exam may be required. Free trial does not include eye exam or fitting fees. Offer valid with participating eye care practitioners in the U.S. only.
Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice, nor is it intended to replace the recommendations of a medical professional. For specific questions, please see your eye care practitioner.