Probably one of the best known contact lenses company, 1-800-Contacts keeps up to 10 million contact lenses in stock and ready to ship; they also sell cleaning solution as well. Because of the easy to remember phone number and web site under the same name, customers are more likely to call; this is owed to the reason that a customer does not have to go through the hassle of hunting down how to get in touch. The company says because they are a mail-order company with a centralized shipping facility in Utah, the money they save is passed on to their customers in the form of contact lenses at a discounted price. They accept orders by phone, fax, and online, with most orders processing within forty eight hours.
The online site for 1-800 Contacts provides contact information and provides a way to access their customer service twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. They also provide customer testimonials. Also to be found on their site is their return policy, a way to check your order status, and an FAQ. To make ordering contacts easier for a first time customer they have a complete section dedicated to customer resources including a buyer's guide, how to read your prescription, and other resources. They do advise that if you can not find your contacts online, they may only be available through a phone order.
The majority of contact lenses are available through 1-800-Contacts:
Acuvue, Air Optix, Aqualens, Aqualite, Avaira, BioCurve, Biofinity, Biomedics, Cibasoft, ClearSight, Cooper, Dailies AquaComfort, DuraSoft, Edge III ProActive, Expressions, Extreme H2O, Flextique, Focus, Frequency, FreshLook, Hydogenics, Illusions, Mediflex, Natural Touch Colors, Night & Day, O2 Optix, Optima, Perspecta, Polysoft, Precision, Preference, Proclear, Proflex, Prosite, Provision, PureVision, Silver, SofLens, Softcon, Softmate, Sterling Optical, Target, Torisoft, UltaFlex, Versaflex, Vertex, WildEyes, and Zero